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Re: [Xen-devel] RE: 3.0-testing

On Mon, 2005-07-11 at 06:55 -0700, Magenheimer, Dan (HP Labs Fort
Collins) wrote:
> >    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
> is
> 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.
Have you looked at Xentest?  Xentest lets you very easily add/remove
tests with a few lines in a config file.  We should be making an updated
release soon.

Paul Larson

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