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authorLinus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>2011-01-12 08:38:08 -0800
committerLinus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>2011-01-12 08:38:08 -0800
commit968a8516a4f6d76e022842ba774458044d80d12c (patch)
treed0f49461800480ef13a66e8b5d9f5558cba8b32a /tools
parent94d4c4cd563aeff4d498168f1c8444074160d0e7 (diff)
parent8d1491bae72e3500b74e1855afa10f0544068cea (diff)
downloadlinux-2.6.38-lt-ux500-968a8516a4f6d76e022842ba774458044d80d12c.tar.gz
Merge git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/rostedt/linux-2.6-ktest
* git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/rostedt/linux-2.6-ktest: (30 commits) ktest: Ask for the manditory config options instead of just failing ktest: Copy the last good and bad configs in config_bisect ktest: For grub reboot, use run_ssh instead of run_command ktest: Added force stop after success and failure ktest: Parse off the directory name in useconfig for failures ktest: Use different temp config name for minconfig ktest: Updated the sample.conf for the latest options ktest: Added compare script to test ktest.pl to sample.conf ktest: Added config_bisect test type ktest/cleanups: Added version 0.2, ssh as options ktest: Output something easy to parse for failure or success ktest: Allow a test case to undefine a default value ktest: Use $output_config instead of typing $outputdir/.config ktest: Write to stdout if no log file is given ktest: Use oldnoconfig instead of yes command ktest: Update the sample config file with more documentation ktest: New TEST_START instead of using [], and use real SHA1s ktest: Add poweroff after halt and powercycle after reboot ktest: Add POST_INSTALL to allow initrds to be created ktest: Added sample.conf, new %default option format ...
Diffstat (limited to 'tools')
-rwxr-xr-xtools/testing/ktest/compare-ktest-sample.pl30
-rwxr-xr-xtools/testing/ktest/ktest.pl2023
-rw-r--r--tools/testing/ktest/sample.conf622
3 files changed, 2675 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/tools/testing/ktest/compare-ktest-sample.pl b/tools/testing/ktest/compare-ktest-sample.pl
new file mode 100755
index 00000000000..9a571e71683
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tools/testing/ktest/compare-ktest-sample.pl
@@ -0,0 +1,30 @@
+#!/usr/bin/perl
+
+open (IN,"ktest.pl");
+while (<IN>) {
+ if (/\$opt\{"?([A-Z].*?)(\[.*\])?"?\}/ ||
+ /set_test_option\("(.*?)"/) {
+ $opt{$1} = 1;
+ }
+}
+close IN;
+
+open (IN, "sample.conf");
+while (<IN>) {
+ if (/^\s*#?\s*(\S+)\s*=/) {
+ $samp{$1} = 1;
+ }
+}
+close IN;
+
+foreach $opt (keys %opt) {
+ if (!defined($samp{$opt})) {
+ print "opt = $opt\n";
+ }
+}
+
+foreach $samp (keys %samp) {
+ if (!defined($opt{$samp})) {
+ print "samp = $samp\n";
+ }
+}
diff --git a/tools/testing/ktest/ktest.pl b/tools/testing/ktest/ktest.pl
new file mode 100755
index 00000000000..e1c62eeb88f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tools/testing/ktest/ktest.pl
@@ -0,0 +1,2023 @@
+#!/usr/bin/perl -w
+#
+# Copywrite 2010 - Steven Rostedt <srostedt@redhat.com>, Red Hat Inc.
+# Licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL License version 2
+#
+
+use strict;
+use IPC::Open2;
+use Fcntl qw(F_GETFL F_SETFL O_NONBLOCK);
+use File::Path qw(mkpath);
+use File::Copy qw(cp);
+use FileHandle;
+
+my $VERSION = "0.2";
+
+$| = 1;
+
+my %opt;
+my %repeat_tests;
+my %repeats;
+my %default;
+
+#default opts
+$default{"NUM_TESTS"} = 1;
+$default{"REBOOT_TYPE"} = "grub";
+$default{"TEST_TYPE"} = "test";
+$default{"BUILD_TYPE"} = "randconfig";
+$default{"MAKE_CMD"} = "make";
+$default{"TIMEOUT"} = 120;
+$default{"TMP_DIR"} = "/tmp/ktest";
+$default{"SLEEP_TIME"} = 60; # sleep time between tests
+$default{"BUILD_NOCLEAN"} = 0;
+$default{"REBOOT_ON_ERROR"} = 0;
+$default{"POWEROFF_ON_ERROR"} = 0;
+$default{"REBOOT_ON_SUCCESS"} = 1;
+$default{"POWEROFF_ON_SUCCESS"} = 0;
+$default{"BUILD_OPTIONS"} = "";
+$default{"BISECT_SLEEP_TIME"} = 60; # sleep time between bisects
+$default{"CLEAR_LOG"} = 0;
+$default{"SUCCESS_LINE"} = "login:";
+$default{"BOOTED_TIMEOUT"} = 1;
+$default{"DIE_ON_FAILURE"} = 1;
+$default{"SSH_EXEC"} = "ssh \$SSH_USER\@\$MACHINE \$SSH_COMMAND";
+$default{"SCP_TO_TARGET"} = "scp \$SRC_FILE \$SSH_USER\@\$MACHINE:\$DST_FILE";
+$default{"REBOOT"} = "ssh \$SSH_USER\@\$MACHINE reboot";
+$default{"STOP_AFTER_SUCCESS"} = 10;
+$default{"STOP_AFTER_FAILURE"} = 60;
+$default{"LOCALVERSION"} = "-test";
+
+my $ktest_config;
+my $version;
+my $machine;
+my $ssh_user;
+my $tmpdir;
+my $builddir;
+my $outputdir;
+my $output_config;
+my $test_type;
+my $build_type;
+my $build_options;
+my $reboot_type;
+my $reboot_script;
+my $power_cycle;
+my $reboot;
+my $reboot_on_error;
+my $poweroff_on_error;
+my $die_on_failure;
+my $powercycle_after_reboot;
+my $poweroff_after_halt;
+my $ssh_exec;
+my $scp_to_target;
+my $power_off;
+my $grub_menu;
+my $grub_number;
+my $target;
+my $make;
+my $post_install;
+my $noclean;
+my $minconfig;
+my $addconfig;
+my $in_bisect = 0;
+my $bisect_bad = "";
+my $reverse_bisect;
+my $in_patchcheck = 0;
+my $run_test;
+my $redirect;
+my $buildlog;
+my $dmesg;
+my $monitor_fp;
+my $monitor_pid;
+my $monitor_cnt = 0;
+my $sleep_time;
+my $bisect_sleep_time;
+my $store_failures;
+my $timeout;
+my $booted_timeout;
+my $console;
+my $success_line;
+my $stop_after_success;
+my $stop_after_failure;
+my $build_target;
+my $target_image;
+my $localversion;
+my $iteration = 0;
+my $successes = 0;
+
+my %entered_configs;
+my %config_help;
+
+$config_help{"MACHINE"} = << "EOF"
+ The machine hostname that you will test.
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"SSH_USER"} = << "EOF"
+ The box is expected to have ssh on normal bootup, provide the user
+ (most likely root, since you need privileged operations)
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"BUILD_DIR"} = << "EOF"
+ The directory that contains the Linux source code (full path).
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"OUTPUT_DIR"} = << "EOF"
+ The directory that the objects will be built (full path).
+ (can not be same as BUILD_DIR)
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"BUILD_TARGET"} = << "EOF"
+ The location of the compiled file to copy to the target.
+ (relative to OUTPUT_DIR)
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"TARGET_IMAGE"} = << "EOF"
+ The place to put your image on the test machine.
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"POWER_CYCLE"} = << "EOF"
+ A script or command to reboot the box.
+
+ Here is a digital loggers power switch example
+ POWER_CYCLE = wget --no-proxy -O /dev/null -q --auth-no-challenge 'http://admin:admin\@power/outlet?5=CCL'
+
+ Here is an example to reboot a virtual box on the current host
+ with the name "Guest".
+ POWER_CYCLE = virsh destroy Guest; sleep 5; virsh start Guest
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"CONSOLE"} = << "EOF"
+ The script or command that reads the console
+
+ If you use ttywatch server, something like the following would work.
+CONSOLE = nc -d localhost 3001
+
+ For a virtual machine with guest name "Guest".
+CONSOLE = virsh console Guest
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"LOCALVERSION"} = << "EOF"
+ Required version ending to differentiate the test
+ from other linux builds on the system.
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"REBOOT_TYPE"} = << "EOF"
+ Way to reboot the box to the test kernel.
+ Only valid options so far are "grub" and "script".
+
+ If you specify grub, it will assume grub version 1
+ and will search in /boot/grub/menu.lst for the title \$GRUB_MENU
+ and select that target to reboot to the kernel. If this is not
+ your setup, then specify "script" and have a command or script
+ specified in REBOOT_SCRIPT to boot to the target.
+
+ The entry in /boot/grub/menu.lst must be entered in manually.
+ The test will not modify that file.
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"GRUB_MENU"} = << "EOF"
+ The grub title name for the test kernel to boot
+ (Only mandatory if REBOOT_TYPE = grub)
+
+ Note, ktest.pl will not update the grub menu.lst, you need to
+ manually add an option for the test. ktest.pl will search
+ the grub menu.lst for this option to find what kernel to
+ reboot into.
+
+ For example, if in the /boot/grub/menu.lst the test kernel title has:
+ title Test Kernel
+ kernel vmlinuz-test
+ GRUB_MENU = Test Kernel
+EOF
+ ;
+$config_help{"REBOOT_SCRIPT"} = << "EOF"
+ A script to reboot the target into the test kernel
+ (Only mandatory if REBOOT_TYPE = script)
+EOF
+ ;
+
+
+sub get_ktest_config {
+ my ($config) = @_;
+
+ return if (defined($opt{$config}));
+
+ if (defined($config_help{$config})) {
+ print "\n";
+ print $config_help{$config};
+ }
+
+ for (;;) {
+ print "$config = ";
+ if (defined($default{$config})) {
+ print "\[$default{$config}\] ";
+ }
+ $entered_configs{$config} = <STDIN>;
+ $entered_configs{$config} =~ s/^\s*(.*\S)\s*$/$1/;
+ if ($entered_configs{$config} =~ /^\s*$/) {
+ if ($default{$config}) {
+ $entered_configs{$config} = $default{$config};
+ } else {
+ print "Your answer can not be blank\n";
+ next;
+ }
+ }
+ last;
+ }
+}
+
+sub get_ktest_configs {
+ get_ktest_config("MACHINE");
+ get_ktest_config("SSH_USER");
+ get_ktest_config("BUILD_DIR");
+ get_ktest_config("OUTPUT_DIR");
+ get_ktest_config("BUILD_TARGET");
+ get_ktest_config("TARGET_IMAGE");
+ get_ktest_config("POWER_CYCLE");
+ get_ktest_config("CONSOLE");
+ get_ktest_config("LOCALVERSION");
+
+ my $rtype = $opt{"REBOOT_TYPE"};
+
+ if (!defined($rtype)) {
+ if (!defined($opt{"GRUB_MENU"})) {
+ get_ktest_config("REBOOT_TYPE");
+ $rtype = $entered_configs{"REBOOT_TYPE"};
+ } else {
+ $rtype = "grub";
+ }
+ }
+
+ if ($rtype eq "grub") {
+ get_ktest_config("GRUB_MENU");
+ } else {
+ get_ktest_config("REBOOT_SCRIPT");
+ }
+}
+
+sub set_value {
+ my ($lvalue, $rvalue) = @_;
+
+ if (defined($opt{$lvalue})) {
+ die "Error: Option $lvalue defined more than once!\n";
+ }
+ if ($rvalue =~ /^\s*$/) {
+ delete $opt{$lvalue};
+ } else {
+ $opt{$lvalue} = $rvalue;
+ }
+}
+
+sub read_config {
+ my ($config) = @_;
+
+ open(IN, $config) || die "can't read file $config";
+
+ my $name = $config;
+ $name =~ s,.*/(.*),$1,;
+
+ my $test_num = 0;
+ my $default = 1;
+ my $repeat = 1;
+ my $num_tests_set = 0;
+ my $skip = 0;
+ my $rest;
+
+ while (<IN>) {
+
+ # ignore blank lines and comments
+ next if (/^\s*$/ || /\s*\#/);
+
+ if (/^\s*TEST_START(.*)/) {
+
+ $rest = $1;
+
+ if ($num_tests_set) {
+ die "$name: $.: Can not specify both NUM_TESTS and TEST_START\n";
+ }
+
+ my $old_test_num = $test_num;
+ my $old_repeat = $repeat;
+
+ $test_num += $repeat;
+ $default = 0;
+ $repeat = 1;
+
+ if ($rest =~ /\s+SKIP(.*)/) {
+ $rest = $1;
+ $skip = 1;
+ } else {
+ $skip = 0;
+ }
+
+ if ($rest =~ /\s+ITERATE\s+(\d+)(.*)$/) {
+ $repeat = $1;
+ $rest = $2;
+ $repeat_tests{"$test_num"} = $repeat;
+ }
+
+ if ($rest =~ /\s+SKIP(.*)/) {
+ $rest = $1;
+ $skip = 1;
+ }
+
+ if ($rest !~ /^\s*$/) {
+ die "$name: $.: Gargbage found after TEST_START\n$_";
+ }
+
+ if ($skip) {
+ $test_num = $old_test_num;
+ $repeat = $old_repeat;
+ }
+
+ } elsif (/^\s*DEFAULTS(.*)$/) {
+ $default = 1;
+
+ $rest = $1;
+
+ if ($rest =~ /\s+SKIP(.*)/) {
+ $rest = $1;
+ $skip = 1;
+ } else {
+ $skip = 0;
+ }
+
+ if ($rest !~ /^\s*$/) {
+ die "$name: $.: Gargbage found after DEFAULTS\n$_";
+ }
+
+ } elsif (/^\s*([A-Z_\[\]\d]+)\s*=\s*(.*?)\s*$/) {
+
+ next if ($skip);
+
+ my $lvalue = $1;
+ my $rvalue = $2;
+
+ if (!$default &&
+ ($lvalue eq "NUM_TESTS" ||
+ $lvalue eq "LOG_FILE" ||
+ $lvalue eq "CLEAR_LOG")) {
+ die "$name: $.: $lvalue must be set in DEFAULTS section\n";
+ }
+
+ if ($lvalue eq "NUM_TESTS") {
+ if ($test_num) {
+ die "$name: $.: Can not specify both NUM_TESTS and TEST_START\n";
+ }
+ if (!$default) {
+ die "$name: $.: NUM_TESTS must be set in default section\n";
+ }
+ $num_tests_set = 1;
+ }
+
+ if ($default || $lvalue =~ /\[\d+\]$/) {
+ set_value($lvalue, $rvalue);
+ } else {
+ my $val = "$lvalue\[$test_num\]";
+ set_value($val, $rvalue);
+
+ if ($repeat > 1) {
+ $repeats{$val} = $repeat;
+ }
+ }
+ } else {
+ die "$name: $.: Garbage found in config\n$_";
+ }
+ }
+
+ close(IN);
+
+ if ($test_num) {
+ $test_num += $repeat - 1;
+ $opt{"NUM_TESTS"} = $test_num;
+ }
+
+ # make sure we have all mandatory configs
+ get_ktest_configs;
+
+ # set any defaults
+
+ foreach my $default (keys %default) {
+ if (!defined($opt{$default})) {
+ $opt{$default} = $default{$default};
+ }
+ }
+}
+
+sub _logit {
+ if (defined($opt{"LOG_FILE"})) {
+ open(OUT, ">> $opt{LOG_FILE}") or die "Can't write to $opt{LOG_FILE}";
+ print OUT @_;
+ close(OUT);
+ }
+}
+
+sub logit {
+ if (defined($opt{"LOG_FILE"})) {
+ _logit @_;
+ } else {
+ print @_;
+ }
+}
+
+sub doprint {
+ print @_;
+ _logit @_;
+}
+
+sub run_command;
+
+sub reboot {
+ # try to reboot normally
+ if (run_command $reboot) {
+ if (defined($powercycle_after_reboot)) {
+ sleep $powercycle_after_reboot;
+ run_command "$power_cycle";
+ }
+ } else {
+ # nope? power cycle it.
+ run_command "$power_cycle";
+ }
+}
+
+sub do_not_reboot {
+ my $i = $iteration;
+
+ return $test_type eq "build" ||
+ ($test_type eq "patchcheck" && $opt{"PATCHCHECK_TYPE[$i]"} eq "build") ||
+ ($test_type eq "bisect" && $opt{"BISECT_TYPE[$i]"} eq "build");
+}
+
+sub dodie {
+ doprint "CRITICAL FAILURE... ", @_, "\n";
+
+ my $i = $iteration;
+
+ if ($reboot_on_error && !do_not_reboot) {
+
+ doprint "REBOOTING\n";
+ reboot;
+
+ } elsif ($poweroff_on_error && defined($power_off)) {
+ doprint "POWERING OFF\n";
+ `$power_off`;
+ }
+
+ die @_, "\n";
+}
+
+sub open_console {
+ my ($fp) = @_;
+
+ my $flags;
+
+ my $pid = open($fp, "$console|") or
+ dodie "Can't open console $console";
+
+ $flags = fcntl($fp, F_GETFL, 0) or
+ dodie "Can't get flags for the socket: $!";
+ $flags = fcntl($fp, F_SETFL, $flags | O_NONBLOCK) or
+ dodie "Can't set flags for the socket: $!";
+
+ return $pid;
+}
+
+sub close_console {
+ my ($fp, $pid) = @_;
+
+ doprint "kill child process $pid\n";
+ kill 2, $pid;
+
+ print "closing!\n";
+ close($fp);
+}
+
+sub start_monitor {
+ if ($monitor_cnt++) {
+ return;
+ }
+ $monitor_fp = \*MONFD;
+ $monitor_pid = open_console $monitor_fp;
+
+ return;
+
+ open(MONFD, "Stop perl from warning about single use of MONFD");
+}
+
+sub end_monitor {
+ if (--$monitor_cnt) {
+ return;
+ }
+ close_console($monitor_fp, $monitor_pid);
+}
+
+sub wait_for_monitor {
+ my ($time) = @_;
+ my $line;
+
+ doprint "** Wait for monitor to settle down **\n";
+
+ # read the monitor and wait for the system to calm down
+ do {
+ $line = wait_for_input($monitor_fp, $time);
+ print "$line" if (defined($line));
+ } while (defined($line));
+ print "** Monitor flushed **\n";
+}
+
+sub fail {
+
+ if ($die_on_failure) {
+ dodie @_;
+ }
+
+ doprint "FAILED\n";
+
+ my $i = $iteration;
+
+ # no need to reboot for just building.
+ if (!do_not_reboot) {
+ doprint "REBOOTING\n";
+ reboot;
+ start_monitor;
+ wait_for_monitor $sleep_time;
+ end_monitor;
+ }
+
+ doprint "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%\n";
+ doprint "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%\n";
+ doprint "KTEST RESULT: TEST $i Failed: ", @_, "\n";
+ doprint "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%\n";
+ doprint "%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%\n";
+
+ return 1 if (!defined($store_failures));
+
+ my @t = localtime;
+ my $date = sprintf "%04d%02d%02d%02d%02d%02d",
+ 1900+$t[5],$t[4],$t[3],$t[2],$t[1],$t[0];
+
+ my $type = $build_type;
+ if ($type =~ /useconfig/) {
+ $type = "useconfig";
+ }
+
+ my $dir = "$machine-$test_type-$type-fail-$date";
+ my $faildir = "$store_failures/$dir";
+
+ if (!-d $faildir) {
+ mkpath($faildir) or
+ die "can't create $faildir";
+ }
+ if (-f "$output_config") {
+ cp "$output_config", "$faildir/config" or
+ die "failed to copy .config";
+ }
+ if (-f $buildlog) {
+ cp $buildlog, "$faildir/buildlog" or
+ die "failed to move $buildlog";
+ }
+ if (-f $dmesg) {
+ cp $dmesg, "$faildir/dmesg" or
+ die "failed to move $dmesg";
+ }
+
+ doprint "*** Saved info to $faildir ***\n";
+
+ return 1;
+}
+
+sub run_command {
+ my ($command) = @_;
+ my $dolog = 0;
+ my $dord = 0;
+ my $pid;
+
+ $command =~ s/\$SSH_USER/$ssh_user/g;
+ $command =~ s/\$MACHINE/$machine/g;
+
+ doprint("$command ... ");
+
+ $pid = open(CMD, "$command 2>&1 |") or
+ (fail "unable to exec $command" and return 0);
+
+ if (defined($opt{"LOG_FILE"})) {
+ open(LOG, ">>$opt{LOG_FILE}") or
+ dodie "failed to write to log";
+ $dolog = 1;
+ }
+
+ if (defined($redirect)) {
+ open (RD, ">$redirect") or
+ dodie "failed to write to redirect $redirect";
+ $dord = 1;
+ }
+
+ while (<CMD>) {
+ print LOG if ($dolog);
+ print RD if ($dord);
+ }
+
+ waitpid($pid, 0);
+ my $failed = $?;
+
+ close(CMD);
+ close(LOG) if ($dolog);
+ close(RD) if ($dord);
+
+ if ($failed) {
+ doprint "FAILED!\n";
+ } else {
+ doprint "SUCCESS\n";
+ }
+
+ return !$failed;
+}
+
+sub run_ssh {
+ my ($cmd) = @_;
+ my $cp_exec = $ssh_exec;
+
+ $cp_exec =~ s/\$SSH_COMMAND/$cmd/g;
+ return run_command "$cp_exec";
+}
+
+sub run_scp {
+ my ($src, $dst) = @_;
+ my $cp_scp = $scp_to_target;
+
+ $cp_scp =~ s/\$SRC_FILE/$src/g;
+ $cp_scp =~ s/\$DST_FILE/$dst/g;
+
+ return run_command "$cp_scp";
+}
+
+sub get_grub_index {
+
+ if ($reboot_type ne "grub") {
+ return;
+ }
+ return if (defined($grub_number));
+
+ doprint "Find grub menu ... ";
+ $grub_number = -1;
+
+ my $ssh_grub = $ssh_exec;
+ $ssh_grub =~ s,\$SSH_COMMAND,cat /boot/grub/menu.lst,g;
+
+ open(IN, "$ssh_grub |")
+ or die "unable to get menu.lst";
+
+ while (<IN>) {
+ if (/^\s*title\s+$grub_menu\s*$/) {
+ $grub_number++;
+ last;
+ } elsif (/^\s*title\s/) {
+ $grub_number++;
+ }
+ }
+ close(IN);
+
+ die "Could not find '$grub_menu' in /boot/grub/menu on $machine"
+ if ($grub_number < 0);
+ doprint "$grub_number\n";
+}
+
+sub wait_for_input
+{
+ my ($fp, $time) = @_;
+ my $rin;
+ my $ready;
+ my $line;
+ my $ch;
+
+ if (!defined($time)) {
+ $time = $timeout;
+ }
+
+ $rin = '';
+ vec($rin, fileno($fp), 1) = 1;
+ $ready = select($rin, undef, undef, $time);
+
+ $line = "";
+
+ # try to read one char at a time
+ while (sysread $fp, $ch, 1) {
+ $line .= $ch;
+ last if ($ch eq "\n");
+ }
+
+ if (!length($line)) {
+ return undef;
+ }
+
+ return $line;
+}
+
+sub reboot_to {
+ if ($reboot_type eq "grub") {
+ run_ssh "'(echo \"savedefault --default=$grub_number --once\" | grub --batch; reboot)'";
+ return;
+ }
+
+ run_command "$reboot_script";
+}
+
+sub get_sha1 {
+ my ($commit) = @_;
+
+ doprint "git rev-list --max-count=1 $commit ... ";
+ my $sha1 = `git rev-list --max-count=1 $commit`;
+ my $ret = $?;
+
+ logit $sha1;
+
+ if ($ret) {
+ doprint "FAILED\n";
+ dodie "Failed to get git $commit";
+ }
+
+ print "SUCCESS\n";
+
+ chomp $sha1;
+
+ return $sha1;
+}
+
+sub monitor {
+ my $booted = 0;
+ my $bug = 0;
+ my $skip_call_trace = 0;
+ my $loops;
+
+ wait_for_monitor 5;
+
+ my $line;
+ my $full_line = "";
+
+ open(DMESG, "> $dmesg") or
+ die "unable to write to $dmesg";
+
+ reboot_to;
+
+ my $success_start;
+ my $failure_start;
+
+ for (;;) {
+
+ if ($booted) {
+ $line = wait_for_input($monitor_fp, $booted_timeout);
+ } else {
+ $line = wait_for_input($monitor_fp);
+ }
+
+ last if (!defined($line));
+
+ doprint $line;
+ print DMESG $line;
+
+ # we are not guaranteed to get a full line
+ $full_line .= $line;
+
+ if ($full_line =~ /$success_line/) {
+ $booted = 1;
+ $success_start = time;
+ }
+
+ if ($booted && defined($stop_after_success) &&
+ $stop_after_success >= 0) {
+ my $now = time;
+ if ($now - $success_start >= $stop_after_success) {
+ doprint "Test forced to stop after $stop_after_success seconds after success\n";
+ last;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if ($full_line =~ /\[ backtrace testing \]/) {
+ $skip_call_trace = 1;
+ }
+
+ if ($full_line =~ /call trace:/i) {
+ if (!$skip_call_trace) {
+ $bug = 1;
+ $failure_start = time;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if ($bug && defined($stop_after_failure) &&
+ $stop_after_failure >= 0) {
+ my $now = time;
+ if ($now - $failure_start >= $stop_after_failure) {
+ doprint "Test forced to stop after $stop_after_failure seconds after failure\n";
+ last;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if ($full_line =~ /\[ end of backtrace testing \]/) {
+ $skip_call_trace = 0;
+ }
+
+ if ($full_line =~ /Kernel panic -/) {
+ $bug = 1;
+ }
+
+ if ($line =~ /\n/) {
+ $full_line = "";
+ }
+ }
+
+ close(DMESG);
+
+ if ($bug) {
+ return 0 if ($in_bisect);
+ fail "failed - got a bug report" and return 0;
+ }
+
+ if (!$booted) {
+ return 0 if ($in_bisect);
+ fail "failed - never got a boot prompt." and return 0;
+ }
+
+ return 1;
+}
+
+sub install {
+
+ run_scp "$outputdir/$build_target", "$target_image" or
+ dodie "failed to copy image";
+
+ my $install_mods = 0;
+
+ # should we process modules?
+ $install_mods = 0;
+ open(IN, "$output_config") or dodie("Can't read config file");
+ while (<IN>) {
+ if (/CONFIG_MODULES(=y)?/) {
+ $install_mods = 1 if (defined($1));
+ last;
+ }
+ }
+ close(IN);
+
+ if (!$install_mods) {
+ doprint "No modules needed\n";
+ return;
+ }
+
+ run_command "$make INSTALL_MOD_PATH=$tmpdir modules_install" or
+ dodie "Failed to install modules";
+
+ my $modlib = "/lib/modules/$version";
+ my $modtar = "ktest-mods.tar.bz2";
+
+ run_ssh "rm -rf $modlib" or
+ dodie "failed to remove old mods: $modlib";
+
+ # would be nice if scp -r did not follow symbolic links
+ run_command "cd $tmpdir && tar -cjf $modtar lib/modules/$version" or
+ dodie "making tarball";
+
+ run_scp "$tmpdir/$modtar", "/tmp" or
+ dodie "failed to copy modules";
+
+ unlink "$tmpdir/$modtar";
+
+ run_ssh "'(cd / && tar xf /tmp/$modtar)'" or
+ dodie "failed to tar modules";
+
+ run_ssh "rm -f /tmp/$modtar";
+
+ return if (!defined($post_install));
+
+ my $cp_post_install = $post_install;
+ $cp_post_install = s/\$KERNEL_VERSION/$version/g;
+ run_command "$cp_post_install" or
+ dodie "Failed to run post install";
+}
+
+sub check_buildlog {
+ my ($patch) = @_;
+
+ my @files = `git show $patch | diffstat -l`;
+
+ open(IN, "git show $patch |") or
+ dodie "failed to show $patch";
+ while (<IN>) {
+ if (m,^--- a/(.*),) {
+ chomp $1;
+ $files[$#files] = $1;
+ }
+ }
+ close(IN);
+
+ open(IN, $buildlog) or dodie "Can't open $buildlog";
+ while (<IN>) {
+ if (/^\s*(.*?):.*(warning|error)/) {
+ my $err = $1;
+ foreach my $file (@files) {
+ my $fullpath = "$builddir/$file";
+ if ($file eq $err || $fullpath eq $err) {
+ fail "$file built with warnings" and return 0;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ close(IN);
+
+ return 1;
+}
+
+sub build {
+ my ($type) = @_;
+ my $defconfig = "";
+
+ unlink $buildlog;
+
+ if ($type =~ /^useconfig:(.*)/) {
+ run_command "cp $1 $output_config" or
+ dodie "could not copy $1 to .config";
+
+ $type = "oldconfig";
+ }
+
+ # old config can ask questions
+ if ($type eq "oldconfig") {
+ $type = "oldnoconfig";
+
+ # allow for empty configs
+ run_command "touch $output_config";
+
+ run_command "mv $output_config $outputdir/config_temp" or
+ dodie "moving .config";
+
+ if (!$noclean && !run_command "$make mrproper") {
+ dodie "make mrproper";
+ }
+
+ run_command "mv $outputdir/config_temp $output_config" or
+ dodie "moving config_temp";
+
+ } elsif (!$noclean) {
+ unlink "$output_config";
+ run_command "$make mrproper" or
+ dodie "make mrproper";
+ }
+
+ # add something to distinguish this build
+ open(OUT, "> $outputdir/localversion") or dodie("Can't make localversion file");
+ print OUT "$localversion\n";
+ close(OUT);
+
+ if (defined($minconfig)) {
+ $defconfig = "KCONFIG_ALLCONFIG=$minconfig";
+ }
+
+ run_command "$defconfig $make $type" or
+ dodie "failed make config";
+
+ $redirect = "$buildlog";
+ if (!run_command "$make $build_options") {
+ undef $redirect;
+ # bisect may need this to pass
+ return 0 if ($in_bisect);
+ fail "failed build" and return 0;
+ }
+ undef $redirect;
+
+ return 1;
+}
+
+sub halt {
+ if (!run_ssh "halt" or defined($power_off)) {
+ if (defined($poweroff_after_halt)) {
+ sleep $poweroff_after_halt;
+ run_command "$power_off";
+ }
+ } else {
+ # nope? the zap it!
+ run_command "$power_off";
+ }
+}
+
+sub success {
+ my ($i) = @_;
+
+ $successes++;
+
+ doprint "\n\n*******************************************\n";
+ doprint "*******************************************\n";
+ doprint "KTEST RESULT: TEST $i SUCCESS!!!! **\n";
+ doprint "*******************************************\n";
+ doprint "*******************************************\n";
+
+ if ($i != $opt{"NUM_TESTS"} && !do_not_reboot) {
+ doprint "Reboot and wait $sleep_time seconds\n";
+ reboot;
+ start_monitor;
+ wait_for_monitor $sleep_time;
+ end_monitor;
+ }
+}
+
+sub get_version {
+ # get the release name
+ doprint "$make kernelrelease ... ";
+ $version = `$make kernelrelease | tail -1`;
+ chomp($version);
+ doprint "$version\n";
+}
+
+sub child_run_test {
+ my $failed = 0;
+
+ # child should have no power
+ $reboot_on_error = 0;
+ $poweroff_on_error = 0;
+ $die_on_failure = 1;
+
+ run_command $run_test or $failed = 1;
+ exit $failed;
+}
+
+my $child_done;
+
+sub child_finished {
+ $child_done = 1;
+}
+
+sub do_run_test {
+ my $child_pid;
+ my $child_exit;
+ my $line;
+ my $full_line;
+ my $bug = 0;
+
+ wait_for_monitor 1;
+
+ doprint "run test $run_test\n";
+
+ $child_done = 0;
+
+ $SIG{CHLD} = qw(child_finished);
+
+ $child_pid = fork;
+
+ child_run_test if (!$child_pid);
+
+ $full_line = "";
+
+ do {
+ $line = wait_for_input($monitor_fp, 1);
+ if (defined($line)) {
+
+ # we are not guaranteed to get a full line
+ $full_line .= $line;
+
+ if ($full_line =~ /call trace:/i) {
+ $bug = 1;
+ }
+
+ if ($full_line =~ /Kernel panic -/) {
+ $bug = 1;
+ }
+
+ if ($line =~ /\n/) {
+ $full_line = "";
+ }
+ }
+ } while (!$child_done && !$bug);
+
+ if ($bug) {
+ doprint "Detected kernel crash!\n";
+ # kill the child with extreme prejudice
+ kill 9, $child_pid;
+ }
+
+ waitpid $child_pid, 0;
+ $child_exit = $?;
+
+ if ($bug || $child_exit) {
+ return 0 if $in_bisect;
+ fail "test failed" and return 0;
+ }
+ return 1;
+}
+
+sub run_git_bisect {
+ my ($command) = @_;
+
+ doprint "$command ... ";
+
+ my $output = `$command 2>&1`;
+ my $ret = $?;
+
+ logit $output;
+
+ if ($ret) {
+ doprint "FAILED\n";
+ dodie "Failed to git bisect";
+ }
+
+ doprint "SUCCESS\n";
+ if ($output =~ m/^(Bisecting: .*\(roughly \d+ steps?\))\s+\[([[:xdigit:]]+)\]/) {
+ doprint "$1 [$2]\n";
+ } elsif ($output =~ m/^([[:xdigit:]]+) is the first bad commit/) {
+ $bisect_bad = $1;
+ doprint "Found bad commit... $1\n";
+ return 0;
+ } else {
+ # we already logged it, just print it now.
+ print $output;
+ }
+
+ return 1;
+}
+
+# returns 1 on success, 0 on failure
+sub run_bisect_test {
+ my ($type, $buildtype) = @_;
+
+ my $failed = 0;
+ my $result;
+ my $output;
+ my $ret;
+
+ $in_bisect = 1;
+
+ build $buildtype or $failed = 1;
+
+ if ($type ne "build") {
+ dodie "Failed on build" if $failed;
+
+ # Now boot the box
+ get_grub_index;
+ get_version;
+ install;
+
+ start_monitor;
+ monitor or $failed = 1;
+
+ if ($type ne "boot") {
+ dodie "Failed on boot" if $failed;
+
+ do_run_test or $failed = 1;
+ }
+ end_monitor;
+ }
+
+ if ($failed) {
+ $result = 0;
+
+ # reboot the box to a good kernel
+ if ($type ne "build") {
+ doprint "Reboot and sleep $bisect_sleep_time seconds\n";
+ reboot;
+ start_monitor;
+ wait_for_monitor $bisect_sleep_time;
+ end_monitor;
+ }
+ } else {
+ $result = 1;
+ }
+ $in_bisect = 0;
+
+ return $result;
+}
+
+sub run_bisect {
+ my ($type) = @_;
+ my $buildtype = "oldconfig";
+
+ # We should have a minconfig to use?
+ if (defined($minconfig)) {
+ $buildtype = "useconfig:$minconfig";
+ }
+
+ my $ret = run_bisect_test $type, $buildtype;
+
+
+ # Are we looking for where it worked, not failed?
+ if ($reverse_bisect) {
+ $ret = !$ret;
+ }
+
+ if ($ret) {
+ return "good";
+ } else {
+ return "bad";
+ }
+}
+
+sub bisect {
+ my ($i) = @_;
+
+ my $result;
+
+ die "BISECT_GOOD[$i] not defined\n" if (!defined($opt{"BISECT_GOOD[$i]"}));
+ die "BISECT_BAD[$i] not defined\n" if (!defined($opt{"BISECT_BAD[$i]"}));
+ die "BISECT_TYPE[$i] not defined\n" if (!defined($opt{"BISECT_TYPE[$i]"}));
+
+ my $good = $opt{"BISECT_GOOD[$i]"};
+ my $bad = $opt{"BISECT_BAD[$i]"};
+ my $type = $opt{"BISECT_TYPE[$i]"};
+ my $start = $opt{"BISECT_START[$i]"};
+ my $replay = $opt{"BISECT_REPLAY[$i]"};
+
+ # convert to true sha1's
+ $good = get_sha1($good);
+ $bad = get_sha1($bad);
+
+ if (defined($opt{"BISECT_REVERSE[$i]"}) &&
+ $opt{"BISECT_REVERSE[$i]"} == 1) {
+ doprint "Performing a reverse bisect (bad is good, good is bad!)\n";
+ $reverse_bisect = 1;
+ } else {
+ $reverse_bisect = 0;
+ }
+
+ # Can't have a test without having a test to run
+ if ($type eq "test" && !defined($run_test)) {
+ $type = "boot";
+ }
+
+ my $check = $opt{"BISECT_CHECK[$i]"};
+ if (defined($check) && $check ne "0") {
+
+ # get current HEAD
+ my $head = get_sha1("HEAD");
+
+ if ($check ne "good") {
+ doprint "TESTING BISECT BAD [$bad]\n";
+ run_command "git checkout $bad" or
+ die "Failed to checkout $bad";
+
+ $result = run_bisect $type;
+
+ if ($result ne "bad") {
+ fail "Tested BISECT_BAD [$bad] and it succeeded" and return 0;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if ($check ne "bad") {
+ doprint "TESTING BISECT GOOD [$good]\n";
+ run_command "git checkout $good" or
+ die "Failed to checkout $good";
+
+ $result = run_bisect $type;
+
+ if ($result ne "good") {
+ fail "Tested BISECT_GOOD [$good] and it failed" and return 0;
+ }
+ }
+
+ # checkout where we started
+ run_command "git checkout $head" or
+ die "Failed to checkout $head";
+ }
+
+ run_command "git bisect start" or
+ dodie "could not start bisect";
+
+ run_command "git bisect good $good" or
+ dodie "could not set bisect good to $good";
+
+ run_git_bisect "git bisect bad $bad" or
+ dodie "could not set bisect bad to $bad";
+
+ if (defined($replay)) {
+ run_command "git bisect replay $replay" or
+ dodie "failed to run replay";
+ }
+
+ if (defined($start)) {
+ run_command "git checkout $start" or
+ dodie "failed to checkout $start";
+ }
+
+ my $test;
+ do {
+ $result = run_bisect $type;
+ $test = run_git_bisect "git bisect $result";
+ } while ($test);
+
+ run_command "git bisect log" or
+ dodie "could not capture git bisect log";
+
+ run_command "git bisect reset" or
+ dodie "could not reset git bisect";
+
+ doprint "Bad commit was [$bisect_bad]\n";
+
+ success $i;
+}
+
+my %config_ignore;
+my %config_set;
+
+my %config_list;
+my %null_config;
+
+my %dependency;
+
+sub process_config_ignore {
+ my ($config) = @_;
+
+ open (IN, $config)
+ or dodie "Failed to read $config";
+
+ while (<IN>) {
+ if (/^(.*?(CONFIG\S*)(=.*| is not set))/) {
+ $config_ignore{$2} = $1;
+ }
+ }
+
+ close(IN);
+}
+
+sub read_current_config {
+ my ($config_ref) = @_;
+
+ %{$config_ref} = ();
+ undef %{$config_ref};
+
+ my @key = keys %{$config_ref};
+ if ($#key >= 0) {
+ print "did not delete!\n";
+ exit;
+ }
+ open (IN, "$output_config");
+
+ while (<IN>) {
+ if (/^(CONFIG\S+)=(.*)/) {
+ ${$config_ref}{$1} = $2;
+ }
+ }
+ close(IN);
+}
+
+sub get_dependencies {
+ my ($config) = @_;
+
+ my $arr = $dependency{$config};
+ if (!defined($arr)) {
+ return ();
+ }
+
+ my @deps = @{$arr};
+
+ foreach my $dep (@{$arr}) {
+ print "ADD DEP $dep\n";
+ @deps = (@deps, get_dependencies $dep);
+ }
+
+ return @deps;
+}
+
+sub create_config {
+ my @configs = @_;
+
+ open(OUT, ">$output_config") or dodie "Can not write to $output_config";
+
+ foreach my $config (@configs) {
+ print OUT "$config_set{$config}\n";
+ my @deps = get_dependencies $config;
+ foreach my $dep (@deps) {
+ print OUT "$config_set{$dep}\n";
+ }
+ }
+
+ foreach my $config (keys %config_ignore) {
+ print OUT "$config_ignore{$config}\n";
+ }
+ close(OUT);
+
+# exit;
+ run_command "$make oldnoconfig" or
+ dodie "failed make config oldconfig";
+
+}
+
+sub compare_configs {
+ my (%a, %b) = @_;
+
+ foreach my $item (keys %a) {
+ if (!defined($b{$item})) {
+ print "diff $item\n";
+ return 1;
+ }
+ delete $b{$item};
+ }
+
+ my @keys = keys %b;
+ if ($#keys) {
+ print "diff2 $keys[0]\n";
+ }
+ return -1 if ($#keys >= 0);
+
+ return 0;
+}
+
+sub run_config_bisect_test {
+ my ($type) = @_;
+
+ return run_bisect_test $type, "oldconfig";
+}
+
+sub process_passed {
+ my (%configs) = @_;
+
+ doprint "These configs had no failure: (Enabling them for further compiles)\n";
+ # Passed! All these configs are part of a good compile.
+ # Add them to the min options.
+ foreach my $config (keys %configs) {
+ if (defined($config_list{$config})) {
+ doprint " removing $config\n";
+ $config_ignore{$config} = $config_list{$config};
+ delete $config_list{$config};
+ }
+ }
+ doprint "config copied to $outputdir/config_good\n";
+ run_command "cp -f $output_config $outputdir/config_good";
+}
+
+sub process_failed {
+ my ($config) = @_;
+
+ doprint "\n\n***************************************\n";
+ doprint "Found bad config: $config\n";
+ doprint "***************************************\n\n";
+}
+
+sub run_config_bisect {
+
+ my @start_list = keys %config_list;
+
+ if ($#start_list < 0) {
+ doprint "No more configs to test!!!\n";
+ return -1;
+ }
+
+ doprint "***** RUN TEST ***\n";
+ my $type = $opt{"CONFIG_BISECT_TYPE[$iteration]"};
+ my $ret;
+ my %current_config;
+
+ my $count = $#start_list + 1;
+ doprint " $count configs to test\n";
+
+ my $half = int($#start_list / 2);
+
+ do {
+ my @tophalf = @start_list[0 .. $half];
+
+ create_config @tophalf;
+ read_current_config \%current_config;
+
+ $count = $#tophalf + 1;
+ doprint "Testing $count configs\n";
+ my $found = 0;
+ # make sure we test something
+ foreach my $config (@tophalf) {
+ if (defined($current_config{$config})) {
+ logit " $config\n";
+ $found = 1;
+ }
+ }
+ if (!$found) {
+ # try the other half
+ doprint "Top half produced no set configs, trying bottom half\n";
+ @tophalf = @start_list[$half .. $#start_list];
+ create_config @tophalf;
+ read_current_config \%current_config;
+ foreach my $config (@tophalf) {
+ if (defined($current_config{$config})) {
+ logit " $config\n";
+ $found = 1;
+ }
+ }
+ if (!$found) {
+ doprint "Failed: Can't make new config with current configs\n";
+ foreach my $config (@start_list) {
+ doprint " CONFIG: $config\n";
+ }
+ return -1;
+ }
+ $count = $#tophalf + 1;
+ doprint "Testing $count configs\n";
+ }
+
+ $ret = run_config_bisect_test $type;
+
+ if ($ret) {
+ process_passed %current_config;
+ return 0;
+ }
+
+ doprint "This config had a failure.\n";
+ doprint "Removing these configs that were not set in this config:\n";
+ doprint "config copied to $outputdir/config_bad\n";
+ run_command "cp -f $output_config $outputdir/config_bad";
+
+ # A config exists in this group that was bad.
+ foreach my $config (keys %config_list) {
+ if (!defined($current_config{$config})) {
+ doprint " removing $config\n";
+ delete $config_list{$config};
+ }
+ }
+
+ @start_list = @tophalf;
+
+ if ($#start_list == 0) {
+ process_failed $start_list[0];
+ return 1;
+ }
+
+ # remove half the configs we are looking at and see if
+ # they are good.
+ $half = int($#start_list / 2);
+ } while ($half > 0);
+
+ # we found a single config, try it again
+ my @tophalf = @start_list[0 .. 0];
+
+ $ret = run_config_bisect_test $type;
+ if ($ret) {
+ process_passed %current_config;
+ return 0;
+ }
+
+ process_failed $start_list[0];
+ return 1;
+}
+
+sub config_bisect {
+ my ($i) = @_;
+
+ my $start_config = $opt{"CONFIG_BISECT[$i]"};
+
+ my $tmpconfig = "$tmpdir/use_config";
+
+ # Make the file with the bad config and the min config
+ if (defined($minconfig)) {
+ # read the min config for things to ignore
+ run_command "cp $minconfig $tmpconfig" or
+ dodie "failed to copy $minconfig to $tmpconfig";
+ } else {
+ unlink $tmpconfig;
+ }
+
+ # Add other configs
+ if (defined($addconfig)) {
+ run_command "cat $addconfig >> $tmpconfig" or
+ dodie "failed to append $addconfig";
+ }
+
+ my $defconfig = "";
+ if (-f $tmpconfig) {
+ $defconfig = "KCONFIG_ALLCONFIG=$tmpconfig";
+ process_config_ignore $tmpconfig;
+ }
+
+ # now process the start config
+ run_command "cp $start_config $output_config" or
+ dodie "failed to copy $start_config to $output_config";
+
+ # read directly what we want to check
+ my %config_check;
+ open (IN, $output_config)
+ or dodie "faied to open $output_config";
+
+ while (<IN>) {
+ if (/^((CONFIG\S*)=.*)/) {
+ $config_check{$2} = $1;
+ }
+ }
+ close(IN);
+
+ # Now run oldconfig with the minconfig (and addconfigs)
+ run_command "$defconfig $make oldnoconfig" or
+ dodie "failed make config oldconfig";
+
+ # check to see what we lost (or gained)
+ open (IN, $output_config)
+ or dodie "Failed to read $start_config";
+
+ my %removed_configs;
+ my %added_configs;
+
+ while (<IN>) {
+ if (/^((CONFIG\S*)=.*)/) {
+ # save off all options
+ $config_set{$2} = $1;
+ if (defined($config_check{$2})) {
+ if (defined($config_ignore{$2})) {
+ $removed_configs{$2} = $1;
+ } else {
+ $config_list{$2} = $1;
+ }
+ } elsif (!defined($config_ignore{$2})) {
+ $added_configs{$2} = $1;
+ $config_list{$2} = $1;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ close(IN);
+
+ my @confs = keys %removed_configs;
+ if ($#confs >= 0) {
+ doprint "Configs overridden by default configs and removed from check:\n";
+ foreach my $config (@confs) {
+ doprint " $config\n";
+ }
+ }
+ @confs = keys %added_configs;
+ if ($#confs >= 0) {
+ doprint "Configs appearing in make oldconfig and added:\n";
+ foreach my $config (@confs) {
+ doprint " $config\n";
+ }
+ }
+
+ my %config_test;
+ my $once = 0;
+
+ # Sometimes kconfig does weird things. We must make sure
+ # that the config we autocreate has everything we need
+ # to test, otherwise we may miss testing configs, or
+ # may not be able to create a new config.
+ # Here we create a config with everything set.
+ create_config (keys %config_list);
+ read_current_config \%config_test;
+ foreach my $config (keys %config_list) {
+ if (!defined($config_test{$config})) {
+ if (!$once) {
+ $once = 1;
+ doprint "Configs not produced by kconfig (will not be checked):\n";
+ }
+ doprint " $config\n";
+ delete $config_list{$config};
+ }
+ }
+ my $ret;
+ do {
+ $ret = run_config_bisect;
+ } while (!$ret);
+
+ return $ret if ($ret < 0);
+
+ success $i;
+}
+
+sub patchcheck {
+ my ($i) = @_;
+
+ die "PATCHCHECK_START[$i] not defined\n"
+ if (!defined($opt{"PATCHCHECK_START[$i]"}));
+ die "PATCHCHECK_TYPE[$i] not defined\n"
+ if (!defined($opt{"PATCHCHECK_TYPE[$i]"}));
+
+ my $start = $opt{"PATCHCHECK_START[$i]"};
+
+ my $end = "HEAD";
+ if (defined($opt{"PATCHCHECK_END[$i]"})) {
+ $end = $opt{"PATCHCHECK_END[$i]"};
+ }
+
+ # Get the true sha1's since we can use things like HEAD~3
+ $start = get_sha1($start);
+ $end = get_sha1($end);
+
+ my $type = $opt{"PATCHCHECK_TYPE[$i]"};
+
+ # Can't have a test without having a test to run
+ if ($type eq "test" && !defined($run_test)) {
+ $type = "boot";
+ }
+
+ open (IN, "git log --pretty=oneline $end|") or
+ dodie "could not get git list";
+
+ my @list;
+
+ while (<IN>) {
+ chomp;
+ $list[$#list+1] = $_;
+ last if (/^$start/);
+ }
+ close(IN);
+
+ if ($list[$#list] !~ /^$start/) {
+ fail "SHA1 $start not found";
+ }
+
+ # go backwards in the list
+ @list = reverse @list;
+
+ my $save_clean = $noclean;
+
+ $in_patchcheck = 1;
+ foreach my $item (@list) {
+ my $sha1 = $item;
+ $sha1 =~ s/^([[:xdigit:]]+).*/$1/;
+
+ doprint "\nProcessing commit $item\n\n";
+
+ run_command "git checkout $sha1" or
+ die "Failed to checkout $sha1";
+
+ # only clean on the first and last patch
+ if ($item eq $list[0] ||
+ $item eq $list[$#list]) {
+ $noclean = $save_clean;
+ } else {
+ $noclean = 1;
+ }
+
+ if (defined($minconfig)) {
+ build "useconfig:$minconfig" or return 0;
+ } else {
+ # ?? no config to use?
+ build "oldconfig" or return 0;
+ }
+
+ check_buildlog $sha1 or return 0;
+
+ next if ($type eq "build");
+
+ get_grub_index;
+ get_version;
+ install;
+
+ my $failed = 0;
+
+ start_monitor;
+ monitor or $failed = 1;
+
+ if (!$failed && $type ne "boot"){
+ do_run_test or $failed = 1;
+ }
+ end_monitor;
+ return 0 if ($failed);
+
+ }
+ $in_patchcheck = 0;
+ success $i;
+
+ return 1;
+}
+
+$#ARGV < 1 or die "ktest.pl version: $VERSION\n usage: ktest.pl config-file\n";
+
+if ($#ARGV == 0) {
+ $ktest_config = $ARGV[0];
+ if (! -f $ktest_config) {
+ print "$ktest_config does not exist.\n";
+ my $ans;
+ for (;;) {
+ print "Create it? [Y/n] ";
+ $ans = <STDIN>;
+ chomp $ans;
+ if ($ans =~ /^\s*$/) {
+ $ans = "y";
+ }
+ last if ($ans =~ /^y$/i || $ans =~ /^n$/i);
+ print "Please answer either 'y' or 'n'.\n";
+ }
+ if ($ans !~ /^y$/i) {
+ exit 0;
+ }
+ }
+} else {
+ $ktest_config = "ktest.conf";
+}
+
+if (! -f $ktest_config) {
+ open(OUT, ">$ktest_config") or die "Can not create $ktest_config";
+ print OUT << "EOF"
+# Generated by ktest.pl
+#
+# Define each test with TEST_START
+# The config options below it will override the defaults
+TEST_START
+
+DEFAULTS
+EOF
+;
+ close(OUT);
+}
+read_config $ktest_config;
+
+# Append any configs entered in manually to the config file.
+my @new_configs = keys %entered_configs;
+if ($#new_configs >= 0) {
+ print "\nAppending entered in configs to $ktest_config\n";
+ open(OUT, ">>$ktest_config") or die "Can not append to $ktest_config";
+ foreach my $config (@new_configs) {
+ print OUT "$config = $entered_configs{$config}\n";
+ $opt{$config} = $entered_configs{$config};
+ }
+}
+
+if ($opt{"CLEAR_LOG"} && defined($opt{"LOG_FILE"})) {
+ unlink $opt{"LOG_FILE"};
+}
+
+doprint "\n\nSTARTING AUTOMATED TESTS\n\n";
+
+for (my $i = 0, my $repeat = 1; $i <= $opt{"NUM_TESTS"}; $i += $repeat) {
+
+ if (!$i) {
+ doprint "DEFAULT OPTIONS:\n";
+ } else {
+ doprint "\nTEST $i OPTIONS";
+ if (defined($repeat_tests{$i})) {
+ $repeat = $repeat_tests{$i};
+ doprint " ITERATE $repeat";
+ }
+ doprint "\n";
+ }
+
+ foreach my $option (sort keys %opt) {
+
+ if ($option =~ /\[(\d+)\]$/) {
+ next if ($i != $1);
+ } else {
+ next if ($i);
+ }
+
+ doprint "$option = $opt{$option}\n";
+ }
+}
+
+sub set_test_option {
+ my ($name, $i) = @_;
+
+ my $option = "$name\[$i\]";
+
+ if (defined($opt{$option})) {
+ return $opt{$option};
+ }
+
+ foreach my $test (keys %repeat_tests) {
+ if ($i >= $test &&
+ $i < $test + $repeat_tests{$test}) {
+ $option = "$name\[$test\]";
+ if (defined($opt{$option})) {
+ return $opt{$option};
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (defined($opt{$name})) {
+ return $opt{$name};
+ }
+
+ return undef;
+}
+
+# First we need to do is the builds
+for (my $i = 1; $i <= $opt{"NUM_TESTS"}; $i++) {
+
+ $iteration = $i;
+
+ my $makecmd = set_test_option("MAKE_CMD", $i);
+
+ $machine = set_test_option("MACHINE", $i);
+ $ssh_user = set_test_option("SSH_USER", $i);
+ $tmpdir = set_test_option("TMP_DIR", $i);
+ $outputdir = set_test_option("OUTPUT_DIR", $i);
+ $builddir = set_test_option("BUILD_DIR", $i);
+ $test_type = set_test_option("TEST_TYPE", $i);
+ $build_type = set_test_option("BUILD_TYPE", $i);
+ $build_options = set_test_option("BUILD_OPTIONS", $i);
+ $power_cycle = set_test_option("POWER_CYCLE", $i);
+ $reboot = set_test_option("REBOOT", $i);
+ $noclean = set_test_option("BUILD_NOCLEAN", $i);
+ $minconfig = set_test_option("MIN_CONFIG", $i);
+ $run_test = set_test_option("TEST", $i);
+ $addconfig = set_test_option("ADD_CONFIG", $i);
+ $reboot_type = set_test_option("REBOOT_TYPE", $i);
+ $grub_menu = set_test_option("GRUB_MENU", $i);
+ $post_install = set_test_option("POST_INSTALL", $i);
+ $reboot_script = set_test_option("REBOOT_SCRIPT", $i);
+ $reboot_on_error = set_test_option("REBOOT_ON_ERROR", $i);
+ $poweroff_on_error = set_test_option("POWEROFF_ON_ERROR", $i);
+ $die_on_failure = set_test_option("DIE_ON_FAILURE", $i);
+ $power_off = set_test_option("POWER_OFF", $i);
+ $powercycle_after_reboot = set_test_option("POWERCYCLE_AFTER_REBOOT", $i);
+ $poweroff_after_halt = set_test_option("POWEROFF_AFTER_HALT", $i);
+ $sleep_time = set_test_option("SLEEP_TIME", $i);
+ $bisect_sleep_time = set_test_option("BISECT_SLEEP_TIME", $i);
+ $store_failures = set_test_option("STORE_FAILURES", $i);
+ $timeout = set_test_option("TIMEOUT", $i);
+ $booted_timeout = set_test_option("BOOTED_TIMEOUT", $i);
+ $console = set_test_option("CONSOLE", $i);
+ $success_line = set_test_option("SUCCESS_LINE", $i);
+ $stop_after_success = set_test_option("STOP_AFTER_SUCCESS", $i);
+ $stop_after_failure = set_test_option("STOP_AFTER_FAILURE", $i);
+ $build_target = set_test_option("BUILD_TARGET", $i);
+ $ssh_exec = set_test_option("SSH_EXEC", $i);
+ $scp_to_target = set_test_option("SCP_TO_TARGET", $i);
+ $target_image = set_test_option("TARGET_IMAGE", $i);
+ $localversion = set_test_option("LOCALVERSION", $i);
+
+ chdir $builddir || die "can't change directory to $builddir";
+
+ if (!-d $tmpdir) {
+ mkpath($tmpdir) or
+ die "can't create $tmpdir";
+ }
+
+ $ENV{"SSH_USER"} = $ssh_user;
+ $ENV{"MACHINE"} = $machine;
+
+ $target = "$ssh_user\@$machine";
+
+ $buildlog = "$tmpdir/buildlog-$machine";
+ $dmesg = "$tmpdir/dmesg-$machine";
+ $make = "$makecmd O=$outputdir";
+ $output_config = "$outputdir/.config";
+
+ if ($reboot_type eq "grub") {
+ dodie "GRUB_MENU not defined" if (!defined($grub_menu));
+ } elsif (!defined($reboot_script)) {
+ dodie "REBOOT_SCRIPT not defined"
+ }
+
+ my $run_type = $build_type;
+ if ($test_type eq "patchcheck") {
+ $run_type = $opt{"PATCHCHECK_TYPE[$i]"};
+ } elsif ($test_type eq "bisect") {
+ $run_type = $opt{"BISECT_TYPE[$i]"};
+ } elsif ($test_type eq "config_bisect") {
+ $run_type = $opt{"CONFIG_BISECT_TYPE[$i]"};
+ }
+
+ # mistake in config file?
+ if (!defined($run_type)) {
+ $run_type = "ERROR";
+ }
+
+ doprint "\n\n";
+ doprint "RUNNING TEST $i of $opt{NUM_TESTS} with option $test_type $run_type\n\n";
+
+ unlink $dmesg;
+ unlink $buildlog;
+
+ if (!defined($minconfig)) {
+ $minconfig = $addconfig;
+
+ } elsif (defined($addconfig)) {
+ run_command "cat $addconfig $minconfig > $tmpdir/add_config" or
+ dodie "Failed to create temp config";
+ $minconfig = "$tmpdir/add_config";
+ }
+
+ my $checkout = $opt{"CHECKOUT[$i]"};
+ if (defined($checkout)) {
+ run_command "git checkout $checkout" or
+ die "failed to checkout $checkout";
+ }
+
+ if ($test_type eq "bisect") {
+ bisect $i;
+ next;
+ } elsif ($test_type eq "config_bisect") {
+ config_bisect $i;
+ next;
+ } elsif ($test_type eq "patchcheck") {
+ patchcheck $i;
+ next;
+ }
+
+ if ($build_type ne "nobuild") {
+ build $build_type or next;
+ }
+
+ if ($test_type ne "build") {
+ get_grub_index;
+ get_version;
+ install;
+
+ my $failed = 0;
+ start_monitor;
+ monitor or $failed = 1;;
+
+ if (!$failed && $test_type ne "boot" && defined($run_test)) {
+ do_run_test or $failed = 1;
+ }
+ end_monitor;
+ next if ($failed);
+ }
+
+ success $i;
+}
+
+if ($opt{"POWEROFF_ON_SUCCESS"}) {
+ halt;
+} elsif ($opt{"REBOOT_ON_SUCCESS"} && !do_not_reboot) {
+ reboot;
+}
+
+doprint "\n $successes of $opt{NUM_TESTS} tests were successful\n\n";
+
+exit 0;
diff --git a/tools/testing/ktest/sample.conf b/tools/testing/ktest/sample.conf
new file mode 100644
index 00000000000..3408c594b2d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tools/testing/ktest/sample.conf
@@ -0,0 +1,622 @@
+#
+# Config file for ktest.pl
+#
+# Note, all paths must be absolute
+#
+
+# Options set in the beginning of the file are considered to be
+# default options. These options can be overriden by test specific
+# options, with the following exceptions:
+#
+# LOG_FILE
+# CLEAR_LOG
+# POWEROFF_ON_SUCCESS
+# REBOOT_ON_SUCCESS
+#
+# Test specific options are set after the label:
+#
+# TEST_START
+#
+# The options after a TEST_START label are specific to that test.
+# Each TEST_START label will set up a new test. If you want to
+# perform a test more than once, you can add the ITERATE label
+# to it followed by the number of times you want that test
+# to iterate. If the ITERATE is left off, the test will only
+# be performed once.
+#
+# TEST_START ITERATE 10
+#
+# You can skip a test by adding SKIP (before or after the ITERATE
+# and number)
+#
+# TEST_START SKIP
+#
+# TEST_START SKIP ITERATE 10
+#
+# TEST_START ITERATE 10 SKIP
+#
+# The SKIP label causes the options and the test itself to be ignored.
+# This is useful to set up several different tests in one config file, and
+# only enabling the ones you want to use for a current test run.
+#
+# You can add default options anywhere in the file as well
+# with the DEFAULTS tag. This allows you to have default options
+# after the test options to keep the test options at the top
+# of the file. You can even place the DEFAULTS tag between
+# test cases (but not in the middle of a single test case)
+#
+# TEST_START
+# MIN_CONFIG = /home/test/config-test1
+#
+# DEFAULTS
+# MIN_CONFIG = /home/test/config-default
+#
+# TEST_START ITERATE 10
+#
+# The above will run the first test with MIN_CONFIG set to
+# /home/test/config-test-1. Then 10 tests will be executed
+# with MIN_CONFIG with /home/test/config-default.
+#
+# You can also disable defaults with the SKIP option
+#
+# DEFAULTS SKIP
+# MIN_CONFIG = /home/test/config-use-sometimes
+#
+# DEFAULTS
+# MIN_CONFIG = /home/test/config-most-times
+#
+# The above will ignore the first MIN_CONFIG. If you want to
+# use the first MIN_CONFIG, remove the SKIP from the first
+# DEFAULTS tag and add it to the second. Be careful, options
+# may only be declared once per test or default. If you have
+# the same option name under the same test or as default
+# ktest will fail to execute, and no tests will run.
+#
+
+
+#### Mandatory Default Options ####
+
+# These options must be in the default section, although most
+# may be overridden by test options.
+
+# The machine hostname that you will test
+#MACHINE = target
+
+# The box is expected to have ssh on normal bootup, provide the user
+# (most likely root, since you need privileged operations)
+#SSH_USER = root
+
+# The directory that contains the Linux source code
+#BUILD_DIR = /home/test/linux.git
+
+# The directory that the objects will be built
+# (can not be same as BUILD_DIR)
+#OUTPUT_DIR = /home/test/build/target
+
+# The location of the compiled file to copy to the target
+# (relative to OUTPUT_DIR)
+#BUILD_TARGET = arch/x86/boot/bzImage
+
+# The place to put your image on the test machine
+#TARGET_IMAGE = /boot/vmlinuz-test
+
+# A script or command to reboot the box
+#
+# Here is a digital loggers power switch example
+#POWER_CYCLE = wget --no-proxy -O /dev/null -q --auth-no-challenge 'http://admin:admin@power/outlet?5=CCL'
+#
+# Here is an example to reboot a virtual box on the current host
+# with the name "Guest".
+#POWER_CYCLE = virsh destroy Guest; sleep 5; virsh start Guest
+
+# The script or command that reads the console
+#
+# If you use ttywatch server, something like the following would work.
+#CONSOLE = nc -d localhost 3001
+#
+# For a virtual machine with guest name "Guest".
+#CONSOLE = virsh console Guest
+
+# Required version ending to differentiate the test
+# from other linux builds on the system.
+#LOCALVERSION = -test
+
+# The grub title name for the test kernel to boot
+# (Only mandatory if REBOOT_TYPE = grub)
+#
+# Note, ktest.pl will not update the grub menu.lst, you need to
+# manually add an option for the test. ktest.pl will search
+# the grub menu.lst for this option to find what kernel to
+# reboot into.
+#
+# For example, if in the /boot/grub/menu.lst the test kernel title has:
+# title Test Kernel
+# kernel vmlinuz-test
+#GRUB_MENU = Test Kernel
+
+# A script to reboot the target into the test kernel
+# (Only mandatory if REBOOT_TYPE = script)
+#REBOOT_SCRIPT =
+
+#### Optional Config Options (all have defaults) ####
+
+# Start a test setup. If you leave this off, all options
+# will be default and the test will run once.
+# This is a label and not really an option (it takes no value).
+# You can append ITERATE and a number after it to iterate the
+# test a number of times, or SKIP to ignore this test.
+#
+#TEST_START
+#TEST_START ITERATE 5
+#TEST_START SKIP
+
+# Have the following options as default again. Used after tests
+# have already been defined by TEST_START. Optionally, you can
+# just define all default options before the first TEST_START
+# and you do not need this option.
+#
+# This is a label and not really an option (it takes no value).
+# You can append SKIP to this label and the options within this
+# section will be ignored.
+#
+# DEFAULTS
+# DEFAULTS SKIP
+
+# The default test type (default test)
+# The test types may be:
+# build - only build the kernel, do nothing else
+# boot - build and boot the kernel
+# test - build, boot and if TEST is set, run the test script
+# (If TEST is not set, it defaults back to boot)
+# bisect - Perform a bisect on the kernel (see BISECT_TYPE below)
+# patchcheck - Do a test on a series of commits in git (see PATCHCHECK below)
+#TEST_TYPE = test
+
+# Test to run if there is a successful boot and TEST_TYPE is test.
+# Must exit with 0 on success and non zero on error
+# default (undefined)
+#TEST = ssh user@machine /root/run_test
+
+# The build type is any make config type or special command
+# (default randconfig)
+# nobuild - skip the clean and build step
+# useconfig:/path/to/config - use the given config and run
+# oldconfig on it.
+# This option is ignored if TEST_TYPE is patchcheck or bisect
+#BUILD_TYPE = randconfig
+
+# The make command (default make)
+# If you are building a 32bit x86 on a 64 bit host
+#MAKE_CMD = CC=i386-gcc AS=i386-as make ARCH=i386
+
+# Any build options for the make of the kernel (not for other makes, like configs)
+# (default "")
+#BUILD_OPTIONS = -j20
+
+# If you need an initrd, you can add a script or code here to install
+# it. The environment variable KERNEL_VERSION will be set to the
+# kernel version that is used. Remember to add the initrd line
+# to your grub menu.lst file.
+#
+# Here's a couple of examples to use:
+#POST_INSTALL = ssh user@target /sbin/mkinitrd --allow-missing -f /boot/initramfs-test.img $KERNEL_VERSION
+#
+# or on some systems:
+#POST_INSTALL = ssh user@target /sbin/dracut -f /boot/initramfs-test.img $KERNEL_VERSION
+
+# Way to reboot the box to the test kernel.
+# Only valid options so far are "grub" and "script"
+# (default grub)
+# If you specify grub, it will assume grub version 1
+# and will search in /boot/grub/menu.lst for the title $GRUB_MENU
+# and select that target to reboot to the kernel. If this is not
+# your setup, then specify "script" and have a command or script
+# specified in REBOOT_SCRIPT to boot to the target.
+#
+# The entry in /boot/grub/menu.lst must be entered in manually.
+# The test will not modify that file.
+#REBOOT_TYPE = grub
+
+# The min config that is needed to build for the machine
+# A nice way to create this is with the following:
+#
+# $ ssh target
+# $ lsmod > mymods
+# $ scp mymods host:/tmp
+# $ exit
+# $ cd linux.git
+# $ rm .config
+# $ make LSMOD=mymods localyesconfig
+# $ grep '^CONFIG' .config > /home/test/config-min
+#
+# If you want even less configs:
+#
+# log in directly to target (do not ssh)
+#
+# $ su
+# # lsmod | cut -d' ' -f1 | xargs rmmod
+#
+# repeat the above several times
+#
+# # lsmod > mymods
+# # reboot
+#
+# May need to reboot to get your network back to copy the mymods
+# to the host, and then remove the previous .config and run the
+# localyesconfig again. The CONFIG_MIN generated like this will
+# not guarantee network activity to the box so the TEST_TYPE of
+# test may fail.
+#
+# You might also want to set:
+# CONFIG_CMDLINE="<your options here>"
+# randconfig may set the above and override your real command
+# line options.
+# (default undefined)
+#MIN_CONFIG = /home/test/config-min
+
+# Sometimes there's options that just break the boot and
+# you do not care about. Here are a few:
+# # CONFIG_STAGING is not set
+# Staging drivers are horrible, and can break the build.
+# # CONFIG_SCSI_DEBUG is not set
+# SCSI_DEBUG may change your root partition
+# # CONFIG_KGDB_SERIAL_CONSOLE is not set
+# KGDB may cause oops waiting for a connection that's not there.
+# This option points to the file containing config options that will be prepended
+# to the MIN_CONFIG (or be the MIN_CONFIG if it is not set)
+#
+# Note, config options in MIN_CONFIG will override these options.
+#
+# (default undefined)
+#ADD_CONFIG = /home/test/config-broken
+
+# The location on the host where to write temp files
+# (default /tmp/ktest)
+#TMP_DIR = /tmp/ktest
+
+# Optional log file to write the status (recommended)
+# Note, this is a DEFAULT section only option.
+# (default undefined)
+#LOG_FILE = /home/test/logfiles/target.log
+
+# Remove old logfile if it exists before starting all tests.
+# Note, this is a DEFAULT section only option.
+# (default 0)
+#CLEAR_LOG = 0
+
+# Line to define a successful boot up in console output.
+# This is what the line contains, not the entire line. If you need
+# the entire line to match, then use regural expression syntax like:
+# (do not add any quotes around it)
+#
+# SUCCESS_LINE = ^MyBox Login:$
+#
+# (default "login:")
+#SUCCESS_LINE = login:
+
+# In case the console constantly fills the screen, having
+# a specified time to stop the test after success is recommended.
+# (in seconds)
+# (default 10)
+#STOP_AFTER_SUCCESS = 10
+
+# In case the console constantly fills the screen, having
+# a specified time to stop the test after failure is recommended.
+# (in seconds)
+# (default 60)
+#STOP_AFTER_FAILURE = 60
+
+# Stop testing if a build fails. If set, the script will end if
+# a failure is detected, otherwise it will save off the .config,
+# dmesg and bootlog in a directory called
+# MACHINE-TEST_TYPE_BUILD_TYPE-fail-yyyymmddhhmmss
+# if the STORE_FAILURES directory is set.
+# (default 1)
+# Note, even if this is set to zero, there are some errors that still
+# stop the tests.
+#DIE_ON_FAILURE = 1
+
+# Directory to store failure directories on failure. If this is not
+# set, DIE_ON_FAILURE=0 will not save off the .config, dmesg and
+# bootlog. This option is ignored if DIE_ON_FAILURE is not set.
+# (default undefined)
+#STORE_FAILURES = /home/test/failures
+
+# Build without doing a make mrproper, or removing .config
+# (default 0)
+#BUILD_NOCLEAN = 0
+
+# As the test reads the console, after it hits the SUCCESS_LINE
+# the time it waits for the monitor to settle down between reads
+# can usually be lowered.
+# (in seconds) (default 1)
+#BOOTED_TIMEOUT = 1
+
+# The timeout in seconds when we consider the box hung after
+# the console stop producing output. Be sure to leave enough
+# time here to get pass a reboot. Some machines may not produce
+# any console output for a long time during a reboot. You do
+# not want the test to fail just because the system was in
+# the process of rebooting to the test kernel.
+# (default 120)
+#TIMEOUT = 120
+
+# In between tests, a reboot of the box may occur, and this
+# is the time to wait for the console after it stops producing
+# output. Some machines may not produce a large lag on reboot
+# so this should accommodate it.
+# The difference between this and TIMEOUT, is that TIMEOUT happens
+# when rebooting to the test kernel. This sleep time happens
+# after a test has completed and we are about to start running
+# another test. If a reboot to the reliable kernel happens,
+# we wait SLEEP_TIME for the console to stop producing output
+# before starting the next test.
+# (default 60)
+#SLEEP_TIME = 60
+
+# The time in between bisects to sleep (in seconds)
+# (default 60)
+#BISECT_SLEEP_TIME = 60
+
+# Reboot the target box on error (default 0)
+#REBOOT_ON_ERROR = 0
+
+# Power off the target on error (ignored if REBOOT_ON_ERROR is set)
+# Note, this is a DEFAULT section only option.
+# (default 0)
+#POWEROFF_ON_ERROR = 0
+
+# Power off the target after all tests have completed successfully
+# Note, this is a DEFAULT section only option.
+# (default 0)
+#POWEROFF_ON_SUCCESS = 0
+
+# Reboot the target after all test completed successfully (default 1)
+# (ignored if POWEROFF_ON_SUCCESS is set)
+#REBOOT_ON_SUCCESS = 1
+
+# In case there are isses with rebooting, you can specify this
+# to always powercycle after this amount of time after calling
+# reboot.
+# Note, POWERCYCLE_AFTER_REBOOT = 0 does NOT disable it. It just
+# makes it powercycle immediately after rebooting. Do not define
+# it if you do not want it.
+# (default undefined)
+#POWERCYCLE_AFTER_REBOOT = 5
+
+# In case there's isses with halting, you can specify this
+# to always poweroff after this amount of time after calling
+# halt.
+# Note, POWEROFF_AFTER_HALT = 0 does NOT disable it. It just
+# makes it poweroff immediately after halting. Do not define
+# it if you do not want it.
+# (default undefined)
+#POWEROFF_AFTER_HALT = 20
+
+# A script or command to power off the box (default undefined)
+# Needed for POWEROFF_ON_ERROR and SUCCESS
+#
+# Example for digital loggers power switch:
+#POWER_OFF = wget --no-proxy -O /dev/null -q --auth-no-challenge 'http://admin:admin@power/outlet?5=OFF'
+#
+# Example for a virtual guest call "Guest".
+#POWER_OFF = virsh destroy Guest
+
+# The way to execute a command on the target
+# (default ssh $SSH_USER@$MACHINE $SSH_COMMAND";)
+# The variables SSH_USER, MACHINE and SSH_COMMAND are defined
+#SSH_EXEC = ssh $SSH_USER@$MACHINE $SSH_COMMAND";
+
+# The way to copy a file to the target
+# (default scp $SRC_FILE $SSH_USER@$MACHINE:$DST_FILE)
+# The variables SSH_USER, MACHINE, SRC_FILE and DST_FILE are defined.
+#SCP_TO_TARGET = scp $SRC_FILE $SSH_USER@$MACHINE:$DST_FILE
+
+# The nice way to reboot the target
+# (default ssh $SSH_USER@$MACHINE reboot)
+# The variables SSH_USER and MACHINE are defined.
+#REBOOT = ssh $SSH_USER@$MACHINE reboot
+
+#### Per test run options ####
+# The following options are only allowed in TEST_START sections.
+# They are ignored in the DEFAULTS sections.
+#
+# All of these are optional and undefined by default, although
+# some of these options are required for TEST_TYPE of patchcheck
+# and bisect.
+#
+#
+# CHECKOUT = branch
+#
+# If the BUILD_DIR is a git repository, then you can set this option
+# to checkout the given branch before running the TEST. If you
+# specify this for the first run, that branch will be used for
+# all preceding tests until a new CHECKOUT is set.
+#
+#
+#
+# For TEST_TYPE = patchcheck
+#
+# This expects the BUILD_DIR to be a git repository, and
+# will checkout the PATCHCHECK_START commit.
+#
+# The option BUILD_TYPE will be ignored.
+#
+# The MIN_CONFIG will be used for all builds of the patchcheck. The build type
+# used for patchcheck is oldconfig.
+#
+# PATCHCHECK_START is required and is the first patch to
+# test (the SHA1 of the commit). You may also specify anything
+# that git checkout allows (branch name, tage, HEAD~3).
+#
+# PATCHCHECK_END is the last patch to check (default HEAD)
+#
+# PATCHCHECK_TYPE is required and is the type of test to run:
+# build, boot, test.
+#
+# Note, the build test will look for warnings, if a warning occurred
+# in a file that a commit touches, the build will fail.
+#
+# If BUILD_NOCLEAN is set, then make mrproper will not be run on
+# any of the builds, just like all other TEST_TYPE tests. But
+# what makes patchcheck different from the other tests, is if
+# BUILD_NOCLEAN is not set, only the first and last patch run
+# make mrproper. This helps speed up the test.
+#
+# Example:
+# TEST_START
+# TEST_TYPE = patchcheck
+# CHECKOUT = mybranch
+# PATCHCHECK_TYPE = boot
+# PATCHCHECK_START = 747e94ae3d1b4c9bf5380e569f614eb9040b79e7
+# PATCHCHECK_END = HEAD~2
+#
+#
+#
+# For TEST_TYPE = bisect
+#
+# You can specify a git bisect if the BUILD_DIR is a git repository.
+# The MIN_CONFIG will be used for all builds of the bisect. The build type
+# used for bisecting is oldconfig.
+#
+# The option BUILD_TYPE will be ignored.
+#
+# BISECT_TYPE is the type of test to perform:
+# build - bad fails to build
+# boot - bad builds but fails to boot
+# test - bad boots but fails a test
+#
+# BISECT_GOOD is the commit (SHA1) to label as good (accepts all git good commit types)
+# BISECT_BAD is the commit to label as bad (accepts all git bad commit types)
+#
+# The above three options are required for a bisect operation.
+#
+# BISECT_REPLAY = /path/to/replay/file (optional, default undefined)
+#
+# If an operation failed in the bisect that was not expected to
+# fail. Then the test ends. The state of the BUILD_DIR will be
+# left off at where the failure occurred. You can examine the
+# reason for the failure, and perhaps even find a git commit
+# that would work to continue with. You can run:
+#
+# git bisect log > /path/to/replay/file
+#
+# The adding:
+#
+# BISECT_REPLAY= /path/to/replay/file
+#
+# And running the test again. The test will perform the initial
+# git bisect start, git bisect good, and git bisect bad, and
+# then it will run git bisect replay on this file, before
+# continuing with the bisect.
+#
+# BISECT_START = commit (optional, default undefined)
+#
+# As with BISECT_REPLAY, if the test failed on a commit that
+# just happen to have a bad commit in the middle of the bisect,
+# and you need to skip it. If BISECT_START is defined, it
+# will checkout that commit after doing the initial git bisect start,
+# git bisect good, git bisect bad, and running the git bisect replay
+# if the BISECT_REPLAY is set.
+#
+# BISECT_REVERSE = 1 (optional, default 0)
+#
+# In those strange instances where it was broken forever
+# and you are trying to find where it started to work!
+# Set BISECT_GOOD to the commit that was last known to fail
+# Set BISECT_BAD to the commit that is known to start working.
+# With BISECT_REVERSE = 1, The test will consider failures as
+# good, and success as bad.
+#
+# BISECT_CHECK = 1 (optional, default 0)
+#
+# Just to be sure the good is good and bad is bad, setting
+# BISECT_CHECK to 1 will start the bisect by first checking
+# out BISECT_BAD and makes sure it fails, then it will check
+# out BISECT_GOOD and makes sure it succeeds before starting
+# the bisect (it works for BISECT_REVERSE too).
+#
+# You can limit the test to just check BISECT_GOOD or
+# BISECT_BAD with BISECT_CHECK = good or
+# BISECT_CHECK = bad, respectively.
+#
+# Example:
+# TEST_START
+# TEST_TYPE = bisect
+# BISECT_GOOD = v2.6.36
+# BISECT_BAD = b5153163ed580e00c67bdfecb02b2e3843817b3e
+# BISECT_TYPE = build
+# MIN_CONFIG = /home/test/config-bisect
+#
+#
+#
+# For TEST_TYPE = config_bisect
+#
+# In those cases that you have two different configs. One of them
+# work, the other does not, and you do not know what config causes
+# the problem.
+# The TEST_TYPE config_bisect will bisect the bad config looking for
+# what config causes the failure.
+#
+# The way it works is this:
+#
+# First it finds a config to work with. Since a different version, or
+# MIN_CONFIG may cause different dependecies, it must run through this
+# preparation.
+#
+# Overwrites any config set in the bad config with a config set in
+# either the MIN_CONFIG or ADD_CONFIG. Thus, make sure these configs
+# are minimal and do not disable configs you want to test:
+# (ie. # CONFIG_FOO is not set).
+#
+# An oldconfig is run on the bad config and any new config that
+# appears will be added to the configs to test.
+#
+# Finally, it generates a config with the above result and runs it
+# again through make oldconfig to produce a config that should be
+# satisfied by kconfig.
+#
+# Then it starts the bisect.
+#
+# The configs to test are cut in half. If all the configs in this
+# half depend on a config in the other half, then the other half
+# is tested instead. If no configs are enabled by either half, then
+# this means a circular dependency exists and the test fails.
+#
+# A config is created with the test half, and the bisect test is run.
+#
+# If the bisect succeeds, then all configs in the generated config
+# are removed from the configs to test and added to the configs that
+# will be enabled for all builds (they will be enabled, but not be part
+# of the configs to examine).
+#
+# If the bisect fails, then all test configs that were not enabled by
+# the config file are removed from the test. These configs will not
+# be enabled in future tests. Since current config failed, we consider
+# this to be a subset of the config that we started with.
+#
+# When we are down to one config, it is considered the bad config.
+#
+# Note, the config chosen may not be the true bad config. Due to
+# dependencies and selections of the kbuild system, mulitple
+# configs may be needed to cause a failure. If you disable the
+# config that was found and restart the test, if the test fails
+# again, it is recommended to rerun the config_bisect with a new
+# bad config without the found config enabled.
+#
+# The option BUILD_TYPE will be ignored.
+#
+# CONFIG_BISECT_TYPE is the type of test to perform:
+# build - bad fails to build
+# boot - bad builds but fails to boot
+# test - bad boots but fails a test
+#
+# CONFIG_BISECT is the config that failed to boot
+#
+# Example:
+# TEST_START
+# TEST_TYPE = config_bisect
+# CONFIG_BISECT_TYPE = build
+# CONFIG_BISECT = /home/test/˘onfig-bad
+# MIN_CONFIG = /home/test/config-min
+#