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Here is a quick list of different test systems (and test projects) for Linux:
 
Here is a quick list of different test systems (and test projects) for Linux:
  
This information has also been posted to the OSDL test-tools wiki.
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== Test Projects ==
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Clearly, a number of open source projects in this realm exist.  This page intends to collect descriptions and links to these projects
  
See: http://developer.osdl.org/dev/test_tools/index.php/Test_Projects
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=== Test Automation Tools ===
  
There was a testing summit held at [[Linux World]] in San Francisco in August of 2006.
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* [http://test.kernel.org/autotest Autotest]
The minutes from the meeting are at:
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* [https://testing.108.redhat.com/ Red Hat Test Project]
http://lists.osdl.org/pipermail/test-tools/2006-August/000000.html
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As a result of the meeting, a mailing list and wiki were created.
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=== Test Suites ===
These resources are intended to be used to coordinate the efforts
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of the disparate testing projects in Linux. The list info is at:
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https://lists.osdl.org/mailman/listinfo/test-tools
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The wiki is at:
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* [http://ltp.sourceforge.net/ Linux Test Project]
http://developer.osdl.org/dev/test_tools/index.php/Main_Page
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== automated kernel compilation tests ==
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=== Static Analysis ===
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* [http://tree.celinuxforum.org/CelfPubWiki/Sparse Sparse]
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* [http://smatch.sourceforge.net/ Smatch]
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== Automated kernel compilation results ==
 
Here are some locations where automated tests of kernel compilation can be viewed:
 
Here are some locations where automated tests of kernel compilation can be viewed:
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=== L4X ===
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* http://l4x.org/k/ - Jan Dittmer's page showing the build status and kernel size of the defconfigs of many architectures.  Running since 2004 or 2005
 
* http://l4x.org/k/ - Jan Dittmer's page showing the build status and kernel size of the defconfigs of many architectures.  Running since 2004 or 2005
* http://lists.simtec.co.uk/pipermail/kautobuild/ - Simtec's archive of build results for ARM and MIPS platforms, for every kernel version.  It uses defconfigs for multiple boards, and reports compile errors/warnings, module size, kernel size etc.
 
 
 
== old page content ==
 
This content was moved to the OSDL test-tools wiki at:
 
http://developer.osdl.org/dev/test_tools/index.php/Test_Projects
 
  
It is preserved here only temporarily. (TRB - Aug, 2006)
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=== Kautobuild ==
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Kautobuild is Simtec's automated system to build and store results for ARM and MIPS platforms, for every kernel version.  It uses defconfigs for multiple boards, and reports compile errors/warnings, module size, kernel size etc.
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* Kautobuild for ARM - http://armlinux.simtec.co.uk/kautobuild/
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* mail archive version of results is at: http://lists.simtec.co.uk/pipermail/kautobuild/
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* Article about the Simtel site is at: http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS4646877354.html (2006)
  
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=== ABAT ===
 
ABAT - https://sourceforge.net/projects/abat/
 
ABAT - https://sourceforge.net/projects/abat/
 
  - does a download/build/boot regression test for several mainline kernel trees, as soon as new versions are available
 
  - does a download/build/boot regression test for several mainline kernel trees, as soon as new versions are available
 
  - test results matrix is available here:
 
  - test results matrix is available here:
 
     - http://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/mbligh/abat/regression_matrix.html
 
     - http://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/mbligh/abat/regression_matrix.html
 
Linux Test Project
 
- http://ltp.sourceforge.net/
 
 
CELF's Proposed Test Lab
 
  - [[Open Test Lab]]
 
 
[[K Auto Build]]  - http://armlinux.simtec.co.uk/index.html
 
  - [[KAuto Build]] project for ARM architectures
 
  - Article about the site is at: http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS4646877354.html
 
 
There was a testing summit held
 
 
I wanted to report that there was a testing summit held at
 
[[Linux World]] in San Francisco a few weeks ago.  I represented
 
the CELF test lab effort at the meeting.
 
 
[[Category:Community]]
 

Revision as of 21:19, 25 June 2008

Here is a quick list of different test systems (and test projects) for Linux:

Test Projects

Clearly, a number of open source projects in this realm exist. This page intends to collect descriptions and links to these projects

Test Automation Tools

* Autotest
* Red Hat Test Project

Test Suites

* Linux Test Project

Static Analysis

* Sparse
* Smatch


Automated kernel compilation results

Here are some locations where automated tests of kernel compilation can be viewed:

L4X

  • http://l4x.org/k/ - Jan Dittmer's page showing the build status and kernel size of the defconfigs of many architectures. Running since 2004 or 2005

= Kautobuild

Kautobuild is Simtec's automated system to build and store results for ARM and MIPS platforms, for every kernel version. It uses defconfigs for multiple boards, and reports compile errors/warnings, module size, kernel size etc.

ABAT

ABAT - https://sourceforge.net/projects/abat/

- does a download/build/boot regression test for several mainline kernel trees, as soon as new versions are available
- test results matrix is available here:
   - http://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/mbligh/abat/regression_matrix.html