On Wed, 2002-07-17 at 14:44, William Jay Huie wrote:
> My understanding was that this was taken out of the runtest/*
> files because it didn't sem to make sense to have code to validate
> behavior and not actually use it (some of this code was broken so the -f
> was taken out to force the fix also).
> Doesn't look like it's in my last updated CVS copy.
> A few reasons such as performance considerations for long runs but
> if you want to skip testing some functionality over an extended stress
> period then you're not really doing a true "all or nothing" burn in.
Which ones still have -f in it? I guess I'm just not seeing it. The
only ones I see with -f, are not using the parse_opts() implemented -f,
it's just a -f to specify file, etc...