Linux Test Project September Release Announcement

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“The Linux Test Project test suite, ltp-20040908, has been released. The latest version of the testsuite contains 2100+ tests for the Linux OS. Our web site also contains other information such as: test results, a Linux test tools matrix, technical papers and HowTos on Linux testing, and a code coverage analysis tool. We encourage the community to post results, and patches, new tests, or comments/questions to to our mailing list. Changelog follows…

  • Modified to call is now deprecated and will be removed early next year.
  • Modified tst_tmpdir to ensure 777 permissions on test directory.
  • Changes to ltp-aiodio.part3 for testcase run parameters
  • Changes for 2.6.X so only delete modules is run, query and create are obsolete
  • Updated runtest scenario with the latest SCTP tests.
  • uncommented swapon() tests.
  • added new paging tests, mincore and madvise
  • Change to fix aio-stress problem will io errors on a short read during the random read portion
  • Change to only print out a pass/fail instead of # of iterations pass/fail
  • Added IA64 specific code for shmt09.
  • Change to not do/dev/ptmx group write on arm arch.
  • Applied patch from Ling, Xiaofeng to allow the test to use TDIRECTORY correctly.
  • Corrected test 1 to show EPERM error pointed out by Ling, Xiaofeng.
  • Change to close fileHandle prior to cleanup to correct testcase failure in NFS filesystems
  • Change sleep time from 1 second to 10 seconds to allow system to pass
  • Change to define RUSAGE_BOTH if not defined, RH removed from user space and other distros still support.
  • Add arm arch to the ALIGNED typedefs
  • Changes from Ihno for llseek01.c to check TEST_RETURN vs TEST_ERRNO
  • use ltp functions in f00f test for better output parsing
  • Fix Makefile to link open_files into the bin directory
  • Get rid of extra = of “must be Root user” check
  • Change the awk $4 to an $NF to support debian only returning 3 terms
  • Change to tcpdump to check IFNAME define”