April 12, 2006

The Linux Test project ltp-20060411 released

Anonymous Reader writes "The Linux Test Project test suite has been released. The latest version of the testsuite contains 2400+ tests for the Linux
  OS. Our web site also contains other information such as:
  test results, a Linux test tools matrix, technical papers and How To's on Linux testing, and a code coverage analysis tool.

  Release Highlights:

        *Code Cleanups by Jacky Malcles, Jane Lv, Joe Pearson, Nick Pollitt and Thomas Gleixner, Joy Latten,
            and Lin Feng Shen

        *Test cases fcntl127 and fcntl128 were fixed by Robert Williamson

        * A fourth scenario file was added for ltp-aiodio.sh by Jacky Malcles

        * Feature added to Pounder21 that enables the sysrq key at the beginning of each pounder run by Darrick Wong,

We encourage the community to post results to ltp-results@lists.sf.net, and patches, new tests, or comments/questions to ltp-list@lists.sourceforge.net

See ChangeLog Below

-Applied a patch by Jacky Malcles that added a fourth scenario for ltp-aiodio.sh
-Fixed ld01 from failing on Assertions 1-7 for bug 22167
-Applied a fix for Lin Feng Shen to eliminate white spaces that caused mail02 to fail
- A fix created by Jacky Malcles that eliminates warning messages when complied on 64 bit platform
-Applied a patch to re-enable writing on arm per by Joe Pearson / Nick Pollitt
-Applied three patches by Joy Latten to the security test suite
-Applied patches from Robert Williamson to fix fcntl127. This test
should now be positive test versus negative...based on the properties of
  the open() call in the setup()
-Applied Patch from Robbie Williamson that fixed fcntl128. This testcase was changed the test to expect no errors. The fcntl() call should succeed regardless
-Applied a patch from gettimeofday01 to gettimeofday02 to fix the occasional failure
-Applied a fix to madvise02 by Jacky Malcles to eliminate the need for a special execution of the testcase for ia_64
-Applied a patch fixes the test 4 of mincore01.c that failed in 32 bit on a 64 bit kernel.
-Patches applied to pread02 to fix broken white spacing
-Applied a patch from Jane Lv for pread03.c. This fixed a missed step to initialize the read buffer array.
-Applied Patches submitted by Thomas Gleixner to initialize interval values to prevent setitimer01 and 02 from failing
-Applied updates from Darrick Wong for Pounder for Pounder21. Documentation was added to get pounder up and running quickly
-Feature added to Pounder21 that enables the sysrq key at the beginning of each pounder run"

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