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Code Cleanups by Darrick Wong, Mike Frysinger, Jacky Malcles, Jane Lv
See ChangeLog Below
- Removed an invalid errno value check.
- Fixed the setting of LTPROOT for the bin directory, not just the
- descend into timers subdir when cleaning
- This patch amends pounder to build kernel 2.6.18 instead of 2.6.15.
- dynamically calculate TST_TOTAL rather than hardcoding it
. shmctl01.c, shmctl02.c, shmctl03.c
- Fix from Jane Lv to move large arrays off the stack and into global
- This patch makes the pounder control program handle SIGHUP by killing children
- The readme file has been updated for nfs
- Disable this test case for kernels below 2.6.17 and not 2.6.16.
- This is a patch that allows pounder to record the contents of sysfs when it
starts, thus enabling us to take a better snapshot of the system state when
pounder starts. It also adds "lspci" into the PCI Device Tree heading per
- Since 2.6.17, _syscall* isn't exported into the user space any more, so all
the test cases using _syscall* will fail to be compiled This patch
remove _syscall5 from llseek.c and convert to syscall provided by libc.It
also includes some cleanups and makes the build cleaner and removes the
scsimain.c, llseek.c, scsimain.c
- Backed out the "fix" in Bug 1592647, b/c I don't think the testcase is
- touchup code a little to make the expected behavior of test4 more obvious
- The random syscall generator has a bug on x86-64 where it only generates
random bits for the upper 32 bits of the syscall argument, and then truncates
the upper 32 bits anyway! This patch replaces the rand() weirdness with a
function that generates N bytes of random data instead. It also adds a -z
flag in case one *wants* the zero-arguments behavior; Max Asbock and Russ
Weight requested it because zero is a quick way to find kernel code paths
that don't check userland pointers.
CHANGELOG, randasys.c, random_syscall
- Applied fix for Bugs item #1592647
- A patch by Jacky Malcles (The IA-64 architecture sets SHMLBA to 1MB and) The
value of the pointer address passed to shmat being set in such a way that
rounding down to the nearest multiple of SHMLBA results above the current
- Made a change to a comment above the change for 1.11 mc_cmds
Disabling the ping test for now. The test can pass without this additional
check and can cause failures on some distros.
A patch by Suzuki Kp, that removed the definition of HZ from user space for
Bug # 28023.
- Comment out set -x to remove debug output