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[Xen-devel] RE: 3.0-testing

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Subject: [Xen-devel] RE: 3.0-testing
From: "Magenheimer, Dan (HP Labs Fort Collins)" <dan.magenheimer@xxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 06:55:13 -0700
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>    1. 3.0-testing (Ian Pratt)
>  * New regression test suite. We're working on a sophisticated test
> suite that will run a wide range of benchmarks and test programs
> [lmbench, ttcp, ltp, kernbench, reaim, postmark, osdb/postgresql, ace
> tcp_test, specjbb, tbench, dbench, crashme] under a variety of
> situations [UP and SMP domains, multiple concurrent domains,
> communicating domains etc.] The final phase of the test will also
> exercise the tools, adding/removing CPUs, adding/removing memory,
> migrating domains etc. This is going to be a really good work out for
> xen and guest kernels. Stay tuned...

(Sorry about the strange reply/subject.  It appears gmane is down (which
my usual method for followup since I subscribe to the digest version.)

Sounds cool!  Will this be available for others to use?

It would be great if the suite is well parameterized so it is possible
to easily turn off individual tests or classes of tests.  Then it
can be used by ports that are not as far along as x86.


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