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2017-02-17cleanup: fix a few shellcheck errors in automated/Daniel Díaz
Change-Id: If34415c681906aefc6b5b42401ed995e5cdeda11 Signed-off-by: Daniel Díaz <>
2017-02-17automated: utils: add upload-to-artifactorial.shChase Qi
Change-Id: I969b285e1b3e092acbee0ca425f5bb1f81a97354 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-02-17automated: sh-test-lib: add create_out_dir()Daniel Díaz
Some error checking and renaming can happen here for all other scripts to peruse. Change-Id: I7286cf2909c59fc41935658d0a970b9c4b7ec795 Signed-off-by: Daniel Díaz <> Signed-off-by: Milosz Wasilewski <>
2017-02-17android boottime2: update on boottime measurementsYongqin Liu
change ANDROID_BOOT_TIME to include 2 parts: the time from init started to the time surfaceflinger started, and the time from surfaceflinger started to the time boot finished also changed some variable names so that the script is easier to read Change-Id: I80168df5e18fd8a161f99f4d86c91344f4d5e522 Signed-off-by: Yongqin Liu <>
2017-02-16android boottime2: change on INIT_TO_SURFACEFLINGER_START_TIMEYongqin Liu
change to not include INIT_TO_SURFACEFLINGER_START_TIME in TOTAL_BOOT_TIME, only output it as a separate measurement Change-Id: I7704b95d419fb9e9e8186fb7cca4b5b31c406037 Signed-off-by: Yongqin Liu <>
2017-02-15android boottime2: collect time from init start to surfaceflinger startYongqin Liu
CONSOLE_SECONDS is the time from kernel start to init started, and the TIME_VALUE is reported by surfaceflinger service which is the time from surfaceflinger started to UI booted up. There is still the time from point init started to the point service surfaceflinger started point not collected. This change is to collect that time, and add it into the total time. Change-Id: I4dbd8a3ca4d2afb536b65cc9bc245ce30dc06b99 Signed-off-by: Yongqin Liu <>
2017-02-14android boottime2: add description about the scriptYongqin Liu
especial about what boottime information we measure, and how we get that boottime measurement Change-Id: Ia4096e258e196232ad6aecd4c14041c38eeede3d Signed-off-by: Yongqin Liu <>
2017-02-07automated: linux: add lshw testChase Qi
Change-Id: Iec4efd0a4d4e9dede50505b7284d6221b83a7433 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-02-06automated: linux: support sysbench compiling on oe-rpbChase Qi
Change-Id: Ibc1e125dc56c4a5b6b73da368b668bafc2c9fb97 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-02-06automated: use '*' instead of 'unknown' for unsupported distrosChase Qi
When dist_name() fails to detect distribution ID, it sets ${dist} to 'unknown'. install_deps() doesn't support 'unknown' distros, and it doesn't support some known distros like oe-rpb either. Using wildcard able to cover these two cases. Change-Id: I619e06d9dbc911c9629d6d6a7f1622c40ed1f234 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-02-03automated: smoke: no need to be rootNicolas Dechesne
This test case works without root privileges, so let's remove this check. Running as standard user , with this patch, I am getting: --- Printing result.csv --- name,test_case_id,result,measurement,units,test_params smoke-tests-basic,pwd,pass,,,SKIP_INSTALL=False smoke-tests-basic,lsb_release,pass,,,SKIP_INSTALL=False smoke-tests-basic,uname,pass,,,SKIP_INSTALL=False smoke-tests-basic,ip,pass,,,SKIP_INSTALL=False smoke-tests-basic,lscpu,pass,,,SKIP_INSTALL=False smoke-tests-basic,vmstat,pass,,,SKIP_INSTALL=False smoke-tests-basic,lsblk,pass,,,SKIP_INSTALL=False Change-Id: I3dfce348eadf9a9a4a4dfa8321af080984cd4447 Signed-off-by: Nicolas Dechesne <>
2017-01-26automated: sh-test-lib: add check_root() when neededNicolas Dechesne
In a few lib functions , we are running commands which require root. so let's call check_root() whenever it's needed, to avoid adding the check in the test scripts themselves. For example , in many test case we use check_root() mostly because we want to install packages with install_deps(). Let's add a call to check_root() in install_deps() directly, since installing packages *always* require root. Then we can remove un-needed checks from the test case themselves. Change-Id: Ifd76dacf85f21825f2e47cd224a3725c69eba899 Signed-off-by: Nicolas Dechesne <>
2017-01-26automated: use pattern matching for rpbFathi Boudra
avoid to hardcode the rpb variants. use "oe-rpb" as a distribution value instead of "oe-based". Change-Id: I8f1ccf35a1b82718f662bd79480cb2c7dc41c1b8 Signed-off-by: Fathi Boudra <>
2017-01-26Merge "automated: always convert dist to lower case"Fathi Boudra
2017-01-25automated/openjdk: fixed shellcheck warningsMilosz Wasilewski
Change-Id: I52acc71b65f6bbb635f498c9b8453a5676afe9b8 Signed-off-by: Milosz Wasilewski <>
2017-01-25automated: always convert dist to lower caseFathi Boudra
Change-Id: I5ab1e600776e83a56167e22b35b0e0520f85214a Signed-off-by: Fathi Boudra <>
2017-01-25automated: switch to using ID field for distroNicolas Dechesne
Let's standardadize all test cases to use lowercase distro ID field from /etc/os-release, instead of the 'pretty' (capitalized) name that we used so far. This is an invasive change, all test scripts were modified with this command: $ sed -i -e 's|Debian\(.*\))|debian\1)|g' \ -e 's|Ubuntu\(.*\))|ubuntu\1)|g' \ -e 's|CentOS\(.*\))|centos\1)|g' \ -e 's|Fedora\(.*\))|fedora\1)|g' \ -e 's|Unknown\(.*\))|unknown\1)|g' And the remaining instances were fixed manually. dist_name() function was updated to always report lowercase distro name. Also when /etc/os-release is not available and that we use lsb_release output, we convert the old capitalized name into the new lowercase ones. Change-Id: I1f1ce0932ab04476567f0338e902656470267a74 Signed-off-by: Nicolas Dechesne <>
2017-01-25automated: sh-test-lib: add support for /etc/os-release fileNicolas Dechesne
/etc/os-release is a standard file in most distro now, [1] and [2]. Let's use it as the default mechanism to detect the distro at run time, and keep the old mechanisms as fallback. Also * defines 'oe-based' name for any known OE based releases, so that we can adapt test cases accordingly. * convert the ID name found in /etc/os-release into the one we used to have in lsb_release (e.g. Ubuntu vs ubuntu, ... ). [1] [2] Change-Id: I1c9e11b449f8532450c8343bc29eb0aeec58c229 Signed-off-by: Nicolas Dechesne <>
2017-01-25automated: test-writting-guidelines: fix typosNicolas Dechesne
Change-Id: I1db92f144f8b6ae3b3453278365416af0bcd8a89 Signed-off-by: Nicolas Dechesne <>
2017-01-25automated: sh-test-lib: do not source /etc/lsb-releaseNicolas Dechesne
If /etc/lsb-release file exists , then it will be sourced in dist_name() so any variable defined in this file will override/pollute our existing environment. Since dist_name() is called in the context of the test script, we might end up polluting our test environment with unneeded variable, or even worse we might override variables that we have set in our test scripts... Instead of sourcing the file in the current env, let's do it in a subshell. Change-Id: I99ff9b7bb498f47f01adfe0d21f9b1cce0ebf2cc Signed-off-by: Nicolas Dechesne <>
2017-01-24automated: Adding ltp-realtimeNaresh Kamboju
LTP realtime tests is an open-source testsuite for testing real-time Linux. The testsuite contains some functional tests and a few performance and latency measurement tests. Change-Id: I0488cdb639b5bc349b7b25f85d43339417eafeb8 Signed-off-by: Naresh Kamboju <>
2017-01-24automated: linux: add rt-migrate-testChase Qi
Change-Id: I03da01b64b5cded668c86feab952e9d5731d30da Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-23test-runner: user $HOME instead of /rootNicolas Dechesne
Avoid hardcoding '/root', and use $HOME instead. A nice side effect is that it allows to use test-runner on the PC as standard user for local debug.. Change-Id: I2003565f9a9aa432dcf5e02cc49f7e87fe8ed946 Signed-off-by: Nicolas Dechesne <>
2017-01-23Merge "automated: plans: fix indentation in linux-example"Naresh Kamboju
2017-01-23automated: plans: fix indentation in linux-exampleNicolas Dechesne
when trying the current test plan , it failed with: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/work/linaro/test-definitions/automated/bin/test-runner", line 592, in <module> main() File "/work/linaro/test-definitions/automated/bin/test-runner", line 559, in main test_list = test_plan.test_list(args.kind) File "/work/linaro/test-definitions/automated/bin/test-runner", line 59, in test_list if 'tests' in requirement.keys(): AttributeError: 'str' object has no attribute 'keys' The YAML file is not properly written, so fix it. Change-Id: I7b3173f775f5a0bc479c2ecfa8943ef87da8c06a Signed-off-by: Nicolas Dechesne <>
2017-01-23automated: linux: add busybox testChase Qi
Change-Id: I4caa10b60609da218f4c825c4f166c9dbc8497d4 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-20automated: sh-test-lib: use warn_msg for step skippingChase Qi
error_msg exit with non-zero, it will kill the '' generated by lava-dispatcher or local test-runner as the file has '-e' enabled. To print a warning message for step skipping, use warn_msg instead of error_msg. Change-Id: I20f32de217761fab8261cfa625841737cca48288 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-19automated: added Linux mmc testNaresh Kamboju
MMC is the "multi-media card" bus protocol. The MultiMediaCard (MMC) is a memory card standard used for solid-state storage. MMC test will check kernel configuration and list connected mmc and emmc devices. CONFIG_MMC=y CONFIG_MMC_SDHCI=y Change-Id: I40150d11233f23b4cf615a43bb25186e982dd680 Signed-off-by: Naresh Kamboju <>
2017-01-19automated: add support for measurements with no unitNicolas Dechesne
It is possible to report measurements with no specific units, however the helper functions currently require the unit to be specified. This patch allows test case to provide only the measurement in add_metric() , effectively making the last arg (unit) optional. When processing the output , we then need to ensure whether or not the unit was specified in the first place. I needed this when porting sysbench test case onto 'automated' method (e.g. sysbench reports 'count of events'). With this change I can get the following test results from sysbench: <TEST_CASE_ID=total-time-2-threads RESULT=pass UNITS=s MEASUREMENT=4.0010> <TEST_CASE_ID=total-number-of-events-2-threads RESULT=pass UNITS= MEASUREMENT=8827> <TEST_CASE_ID=total-time-taken-by-event-execution-2-threads RESULT=pass UNITS= MEASUREMENT=7.9996> <TEST_CASE_ID=min-2-threads RESULT=pass UNITS=ms MEASUREMENT=0.90> <TEST_CASE_ID=avg-2-threads RESULT=pass UNITS=ms MEASUREMENT=0.91> <TEST_CASE_ID=max-2-threads RESULT=pass UNITS=ms MEASUREMENT=3.38> <TEST_CASE_ID=approx.-95-percentile-2-threads RESULT=pass UNITS=ms MEASUREMENT=0.93> <ENDRUN sysbench 9ce36643-e7e9-481e-a45a-464cd07d8cd9> 2017-01-19 15:45:57,557 - RUNNER.ResultParser: INFO: Result files saved to: /home/ndec/output/sysbench_9ce36643-e7e9-481e-a45a-464cd07d8cd9 --- Printing result.csv --- name,test_case_id,result,measurement,units,test_params sysbench,total-time-2-threads,pass,4.0010,s,DURATION=4;MAX_REQUESTS=50000;SKIP_INSTALL=False;TEST=cpu;FILE_TEST_MODE=seqrewr;TIMES=1 sysbench,total-number-of-events-2-threads,pass,8827,,DURATION=4;MAX_REQUESTS=50000;SKIP_INSTALL=False;TEST=cpu;FILE_TEST_MODE=seqrewr;TIMES=1 sysbench,total-time-taken-by-event-execution-2-threads,pass,7.9996,,DURATION=4;MAX_REQUESTS=50000;SKIP_INSTALL=False;TEST=cpu;FILE_TEST_MODE=seqrewr;TIMES=1 sysbench,min-2-threads,pass,0.90,ms,DURATION=4;MAX_REQUESTS=50000;SKIP_INSTALL=False;TEST=cpu;FILE_TEST_MODE=seqrewr;TIMES=1 sysbench,avg-2-threads,pass,0.91,ms,DURATION=4;MAX_REQUESTS=50000;SKIP_INSTALL=False;TEST=cpu;FILE_TEST_MODE=seqrewr;TIMES=1 sysbench,max-2-threads,pass,3.38,ms,DURATION=4;MAX_REQUESTS=50000;SKIP_INSTALL=False;TEST=cpu;FILE_TEST_MODE=seqrewr;TIMES=1 sysbench,approx.-95-percentile-2-threads,pass,0.93,ms,DURATION=4;MAX_REQUESTS=50000;SKIP_INSTALL=False;TEST=cpu;FILE_TEST_MODE=seqrewr;TIMES=1 Change-Id: Id41207c3237f597bc3db83a5d7d54ee35f6974e3 Signed-off-by: Nicolas Dechesne <>
2017-01-19automated: update LTP default version to 20170116Fathi Boudra
Change-Id: Ie5416e687b8f8b6fad95b24fec5abfe94d4d0424 Signed-off-by: Fathi Boudra <> Signed-off-by: Milosz Wasilewski <>
2017-01-19automated: Improve ltp testcase runNaresh Kamboju
LTP test definitions improved to support non package manager distributions. pipe0_status () function being used for runltp and get return status. Stop adding total number of test cases in LAVA results summary. Fixed shellcheck issues. Change-Id: I8eaeaddbb7ad113604144ee563868f6e256515fb Signed-off-by: Naresh Kamboju <>
2017-01-19automated: linux: add rt signaltestChase Qi
Change-Id: I47c8b55f9ae6f1ab21ba5f7c46532d8784be12ee Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-19automated: linux: add rt pi stress testChase Qi
Change-Id: Ie6d3a7e0a7095d1602bc9648ed4fac9e4a539bdb Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-19automated: linux: add sysbench testChase Qi
Change-Id: Ia09a192f011124902b76523bed81acbdfb250e6c Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-18automated: device-tree test fixNaresh Kamboju
Change-Id: Ifa9e27e06396d61e4e32b26755129364f09a7c8d Signed-off-by: Naresh Kamboju <>
2017-01-18automated: linux: add cyclictestChase Qi
Change-Id: I2a81ff35db40935fe57d25bc35685cf6b54c1fe6 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-18automated: sh-test-lib: error_msg: exit with non-zeroChase Qi
LAVA uses '-e' in I though we should try to save as many results as possible by always exiting with zero so that the following '' step will be executed even when test script exit with non-zero. However, in this way, LAVA will record test run as pass even something went wrong and there is no result at all. Always exit with non-zero when error occurs should be the right approach, at least for error_msg() function. In the abnormally exiting cases, we will need to investigate test log in any way. Change-Id: Iaaa5d141878734dea3cd9860dd6779e5d09e10b1 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-18automated: linux: add unixbench testChase Qi
Change-Id: I5d887f97943b92ab84baa315b745bbaf63eee2b3 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-13Add isolation test, verifies that an appl. is isolated.Ravineet Singh
Verify that an application is isolated and that the kernel configuraion is sane for the applcation to be run without interference from user/kernel space tasks. Change-Id: Ie1c267b6d50026a080f6a0d6d25d518f2ad6f4ab Signed-off-by: Ravineet Singh <>
2017-01-13automated: linux: fix toolchain smoke test on OEChase Qi
Change-Id: I182c3ec136ab83407367a20a358ad15070c76b98 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-13Merge "automated: doc: improve "Installing dependence" section"Naresh Kamboju
2017-01-13automated: linux: fix smoke test on OEChase Qi
Change-Id: I91da729db10c08827f285f65bc525948747797b6 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-13automated: doc: improve "Installing dependence" sectionChase Qi
Change-Id: Id05395fb8d323dff07c23c0de5d13dac7c79a5f6 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2017-01-04nginx-server: server side of the http performance testsJosep Puigdemont
The script implements the same protocol as the script, namely: client server | | |<----------- num_cores ---------| # server indicates num cores |---------- client_ready ------->| # server is configured for 1 core |<-- server_num_cores_1_ready ---| # client runs tests for 1 core |--- client_num_cores_1_done --->| # client is finished testing | | # server reconfigures for 2 cores |<-- server_num_cores_2_ready ---| # client runs tests for 2 cores |--- client_num_cores_2_done --->| # client is finished testing | | # repeated until num_cores in | | # increments of 2 (1, 2, 4, 6...) ... Currently it supports testing NGiNX on plain linux IP stack, and a special version of NGiNX compiled for OFP and ODP-DPDK, however the latter is not too portable at the moment and will require further work. Whether one or the other is tested is configured by the CONFIG_TYPE environment variable in the test definition: linux-ip or odp-dpdk, respectively. Also the maximum amount of cores for which to test can be limited by setting the MAX_CORES environment variable (0 meaning all cores). This relies completely on VLAND and lava-{send,wait} for synchronization. Change-Id: I775083f7183895039064141b51172a3280249848 Signed-off-by: Josep Puigdemont <> Signed-off-by: Milosz Wasilewski <>
2017-01-04httperf-client: client side of http performance testsJosep Puigdemont
Script and YAML file to setup the host to run httperf against an http server. The tests measure the performance of the server depending on the number of cores. This script is meant to run in a multi-node configuration, where it will coordinate with a server side of the test in order to determine when the tests can start, and when they are done. Change-Id: I3af563086a8fba64f1b0f32c0878761997d21158 Signed-off-by: Josep Puigdemont <> return the PCI deviceJosep Puigdemont
Change-Id: If0ac3a702528d97f536513e35a1f65be43f15a27 Signed-off-by: Josep Puigdemont <>
2016-12-28Merge "android boottime2: add check for boot timeout problem"Naresh Kamboju
2016-12-22android boottime2: add check for boot timeout problemYongqin Liu
report error when there is boot timeout problem in logcat Change-Id: Ic5edecfa75f2bf04b921b82dcc0cdcaec8d23094 Signed-off-by: Yongqin Liu <>
2016-12-15automated: linux: dsdbench: only save stdout to logfileChase Qi
Because of this bug, the error message destroys the structure of logfile, and causes parser not working. Change-Id: I76b7b0b71f5427da53e1778e0abc69ac2f180c17 Signed-off-by: Chase Qi <>
2016-12-08manual: openssl-centos: rewrite openssl rebuild on CentOSFathi Boudra
We don't need to run the tests since it's run as part of the package itself. Change-Id: Iddd7a1f2bcfcc1c2e72a6a51aba66acc6f78d78a Signed-off-by: Fathi Boudra <>