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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
  
=== Kautobuild ==
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=== 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.
 
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.
 
* Kautobuild for ARM - http://armlinux.simtec.co.uk/kautobuild/
 
* Kautobuild for ARM - http://armlinux.simtec.co.uk/kautobuild/

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