Lava testing not specific to a pack/board/release
david.gilbert at linaro.org
Mon Nov 7 15:56:47 UTC 2011
On 7 November 2011 15:07, Paul Larson <paul.larson at linaro.org> wrote:
> Hi David, first off, thanks for bringing this forward. We really appreciate
> getting additional tests into lava, especially those that the engineers
> really care about.
> Is this test part of an existing test suite? For instance, ltp? If so, then
> we just need to make sure we are running the right version of ltp to pick it
No, it's a new test that came out of me working through a bug.
> If it's a whole new test suite, then we have 2 routes we could go. In the
> short term, I'd look to help you look at at creating a wrapper so that
> lava-test can run it. Ignore the json sections you posted below, that's not
> something you need to mess with for this step, and in fact, is just
> something we will need to add to the daily template that gets run on all
> images. So it isn't anything you need to worry about at all. The test
> wrapper is just a small bit of python code that will tell lava-test how to
> install the test, run it, and parse the results. Most of them are pretty
> Long term, I believe both the kernel and dev platform teams are working on
> some test suites to go into lava that will be for the express purpose of
> sanity and regression tests in linaro images.
> Could you point me at where I might find these pthread tests right now so
> that I can have a look?
Sure; it's the one in comment #1 of :
It's basically a run and as long as it completes within the timeout (and ends
with the right line of text) then it passes.
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