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#!/bin/sh
################################################################################
## ##
## Copyright (c) International Business Machines Corp., 2001 ##
## ##
## This program is free software; you can redistribute it and#or modify ##
## it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by ##
## the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or ##
## (at your option) any later version. ##
## ##
## This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but ##
## WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY ##
## or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License ##
## for more details. ##
## ##
## You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License ##
## along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software ##
## Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA ##
## ##
################################################################################
## File: runalltests.sh ##
## ##
## Description: This script just calls runltp now, and is being phased out. ##
## If you rely on this script for automation reasons, please ##
## ##
## History Subrata Modak <subrata@linuc.vnet.ibm.com> changed the code ##
## to include testing other testcases which are not run by ##
## default, 08/09/2008 ##
## ##
################################################################################
export LTPROOT=${0%/*}
RUNLTP="$LTPROOT/runltp"
echo "*******************************************************************"
echo "*******************************************************************"
echo "** **"
echo "** This script is being re-written to cover all aspects of **"
echo "** testing LTP, which includes running all those tests which **"
echo "** are not run by default with ${RUNLTP##*/} script. Special setup **"
echo "** in system environment will be done to run all those tests **"
echo "** like the File System tests, SELinuxtest, etc **"
echo "** **"
echo "*******************************************************************"
echo "*******************************************************************"
export RUN_BALLISTA=0
export RUN_OPENPOSIX=0
## Set this to 1 if mm-1.4.2.tar.gz is already installed in your system
## from ftp://ftp.ossp.org/pkg/lib/mm/mm-1.4.2.tar.gz
export RUN_MM_CORE_APIS=0
export LIBMM_INSTALLED=0
## This is required if already not set to /usr/local/lib/ as
## mm-1.4.2.tar.gz gets installed at /usr/local/lib/
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/lib/:/lib/
export PATH=$PATH:/sbin/
## Set this to 1 if libaio-0.3.92.tar.gz is already installed in your system
## from http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/bcrl/aio/libaio-0.3.92.tar.gz
export RUN_AIOTESTS=0
export LIBAIO_INSTALLED=0
## Set this to 1 if libcaps-2.11 or newer is already installed in your system
## from ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/security/linux-privs/libcap2, as well as,
## the libattr is available in the system. The kernel should also have been built
## with the following option: CONFIG_SECURITY_FILE_CAPABILITIES=y
export RUN_FILECAPS=0
export LIBCAPS_INSTALLED=0
export LIBATTR_INSTALLED=0
## Set this to 1 if you wish to execute the stress_cd tests
## Make sure you have FLOPPY inserted, be warned that you
## will loose all data on it after the tests,
export RUN_STRESS_FLOPPY=0
## Set this to 1 if you wish to execute the stress_floppy tests
## Make sure you have CD inserted in your CD-ROM drive,
export RUN_STRESS_CD=0
##Set this to 1 if you wish to run the CPUHOTPLUG tests
export RUN_CPU_HOTPLUG=0
##Set this to 1 if you wish to run the LTP-NETWORK tests. Please refer to:
## http://ltp.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/ltp/ltp/testcases/network/LTP-Network-test_README.pdf
## for more information on how to run the tests.
export RUN_LTP_NETWORK_TESTS=0
##Set this to 1 if you wish to run the LTP-NETWORK-STRESS tests. Please refer to:
## http://ltp.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/ltp/ltp/testcases/network/LTP-Network-test_README.pdf
## and http://ltp.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/ltp/ltp/testcases/network/stress/README
## for more information on how to run the NETWORK-STRESS tests.
export RUN_LTP_NETWORK_STRESS_TESTS=0
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the ltp/testscripts/adp tests
export RUN_LTP_ADP_TESTS=0
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the AUTOFS tests
# REQUIREMENTS:
# 1) System with a floppy device with a floppy disk in it.
# 2) A spare (scratch) disk partition of 100MB or larger.
export RUN_LTP_AUTOFS1_TESTS=0
export RUN_LTP_AUTOFS4_TESTS=0
export DISK_PARTITION1=0
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the EXPORTFS tests
# DESCRIPTION : A script that will test exportfs on Linux system.
# REQUIREMENTS:
# 1) NFS Server system with rsh enabled between client & server.
# 2) 100MB Disk partition on NFS server.
export RUN_EXPORTFS_TESTS=0
export NFS_SERVER1=xxx
export NFS_SERVER_DISK_PARTITION1=yyy
export NFS_SERVER_FS_TYPE1=zzz
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the FS tests on READ ONLY File Systems. Refer to http://ltp.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/ltp/ltp/testscripts/Readme_ROBind for more info
export RUN_RO_ONLY_FS_TESTS=0
export READ_ONLY_DIRECTORY1=xxxx
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the ISOFS tests
# REQUIREMENTS:
# Must have root access to execute this script
export RUN_ISOFS_TESTS=0
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the DMMAPPER tests
#Note: In order to run this test, you must turn on "device mapper"
# component in kernel (it is under device drivers item when you
# run make menuconfig); and you must install userspace supporting
# files (libdevmapper and dmsetup). They are in the device-mapper
# package. You can download it from http://www.sistina.com. Follow
# the README/INSTALL file within the package to install it.
export RUN_DMMAPPER_TESTS=0
export DISK_PARTITION2=xxxxx
export DISK_PARTITION3=yyyyy
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the FSLVM tests
#Note: fdisk needs to be run and the 4 HD partitions marked as 0x8e -- Linux LVM
# - If this is run on a 2.4 kernel system then LVM must be configured and the kernel rebuilt. In a 2.5 environment
# you must configure Device Mapper and install LVM2 from www.systina.com for the testcase to run correctly.
# - These operations are destructive so do NOT point the tests to partitions where the data shouldn't be overwritten.
# Once these tests are started all data in the partitions you point to will be destroyed.
export RUN_FSLVM_TESTS=0
export DISK_PARTITION4=xxxxxx
export DISK_PARTITION5=yyyyyy
export DISK_PARTITION6=zzzzzz
export DISK_PARTITION7=iiiiii
export NFS_PARTITION1=jjjjjj
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the FSNOLVM tests
#Note: fdisk needs to be run and the 4 HD partitions marked as 0x8e -- Linux LVM
# - If this is run on a 2.4 kernel system then LVM must be configured and the kernel rebuilt. In a 2.5 environment
# you must configure Device Mapper and install LVM2 from www.systina.com for the testcase to run correctly.
# - These operations are destructive so do NOT point the tests to partitions where the data shouldn't be overwritten.
# Once these tests are started all data in the partitions you point to will be destroyed.
export RUN_FSNOLVM_TESTS=0
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the LTP SCSI DEBUG tests
#Note: Build scsi_debug as a module first before running the test
export RUN_LTP_SCSI_DEBUG_TEST=0
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the LTP SYSFS tests
#Note: Must have root access to execute this script.
# USAGE : sysfs.sh [ -k <kernel_module> ]
# DESCRIPTION : A script that will test sysfs on Linux system.
# REQUIREMENTS: CONFIG_DUMMY must have been used to build kernel, and the
# dummy network module must exist.
export RUN_LTP_SYSFS_TEST=0
export KERNEL_MODULE1=xxxxxxx
## Set this to 1 if you wish to run the LTP TIRPC tests
export RUN_LTP_TIRPC_TEST=0
##Set this to 1 if you wish to run the dma_thread_diotest7 test
export RUN_DMA_THREAD_DIOTEST7=0
##Set this to 1 if you wish to run the Controller area network (CAN)
##protocol support tests. You would also like to review the Kernel
##config options need to be set for this at ltp/README
export RUN_CONTROLLER_AREA_NETWORK_TESTS=0
##Set this to 1 if you wish to run the SMACK Security tests
## Remember that you cannot run both the SELINUX and SMACK tests at a time,
## as both of them cannot be tested in the same running kernel
export RUN_SMACK_SECURITY_TESTS=0
##Set this to 1 if you wish to run the Basic PERFORMANCE COUNTER tests
export RUN_PERFORMANCE_COUNTERS_TESTS=0
export LTP_VERSION=`"${RUNLTP}" -e`
export TEST_START_TIME=`date +"%Y_%b_%d-%Hh_%Mm_%Ss"`
export HARDWARE_TYPE=$(uname -i)
export HOSTNAME=$(uname -n)
export KERNEL_VERSION=$(uname -r)
export HTML_OUTPUT_FILE_NAME=$LTP_VERSION_$HOSTNAME_$KERNEL_VERSION_$HARDWARE_TYPE_$TEST_START_TIME.html
if ! cd "${LTPROOT}"; then
rc=$?
echo "${0##*/}: ERROR : Could not cd to ${LTPROOT}"
exit $rc
fi
## The First one i plan to run is the default LTP run ##
## START => Test Series 1 ##
echo "Running Default LTP..."
"${RUNLTP}" -g $HTML_OUTPUT_FILE_NAME
printf "Completed running Default LTP\n\n\n"
## END => Test Series 1 ##
## The next one i plan to run is ballista ##
## START => Test Series 2 ##
if [ $RUN_BALLISTA -eq 1 ]
then
echo "Running Ballista..."
export TEST_START_TIME=`date +"%Y_%b_%d-%Hh_%Mm_%Ss"`
"${RUNLTP}" -f ballista -o $LTP_VERSION-BALLISTA_RUN_ON-$HOSTNAME-$KERNEL_VERSION-$HARDWARE_TYPE-$TEST_START_TIME.out
printf "Completed running Ballista\n\n\n"
fi
## END => Test Series 2 ##
## The next one i plan to run is open_posix_testsuite ##
## START => Test Series 3 ##
if [ $RUN_OPENPOSIX -eq 1 ]
then
echo "Running Open Posix Tests..."
(cd testcases/open_posix_testsuite; make)
printf "Completed running Open Posix Tests\n\n\n"
fi
## END => Test Series 3 ##
## The next one i plan to run is ##
## ltp/testcases/kernel/mem/libmm/mm_core_apis ##
## START => Test Series 4 ##
if [ $RUN_MM_CORE_APIS -eq 1 ]
then
echo "Initializing ltp/testcases/kernel/mem/libmm/mm_core_apis ..."
# Check to see if User is Root
if [ $(id -ru) -ne 0 ]
then
echo -n "You need to be root to Install libmm and run "
echo -n "mem/libmm/mm_core_apis; aborting "
echo "ltp/testcases/kernel/mem/libmm/mm_core_apis"
else
if [ $LIBMM_INSTALLED -ne 1 ]
then
echo Installing libmm-1.4.2 .............
(cd /tmp;
wget -c ftp://ftp.ossp.org/pkg/lib/mm/mm-1.4.2.tar.gz;
tar -xzf mm-1.4.2.tar.gz;
cd mm-1.4.2;
./configure && make all install)
rm -rf /tmp/mm-1.4.2*
echo "libmm-1.4.2 Installed ............."
else
echo "libmm-1.4.2 already installed in your system"
fi
echo -n "Running "
echo "ltp/testcases/kernel/mem/libmm/mm_core_apis ..."
(make -C testcases/kernel/mem/libmm all install;
$LTPROOT/testcases/bin/mm_core_apis; )
fi
printf "Completed running ltp/testcases/kernel/mem/libmm/mm_core_apis...\n\n\n"
fi
## END => Test Series 4 ##
## The next one i plan to run is ##
## ltp/testcases/kernel/io/aio ##
## START => Test Series 5 ##
if [ $RUN_AIOTESTS -eq 1 ]
then
echo "Initializing ltp/testcases/kernel/io/aio ..."
# Check to see if User is Root
if [ $(id -ru) -ne 0 ]
then
echo -n "You need to be root to Install libaio-0.3.92 and run"
echo -n "ltp/testcases/kernel/io/aio; aborting "
echo "ltp/testcases/kernel/io/aio"
else
if [ $LIBAIO_INSTALLED -ne 1 ]
then
echo "Installing libaio-0.3.92............."
(cd /tmp;
wget -c http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/bcrl/aio/libaio-0.3.92.tar.gz;
tar -xzf libaio-0.3.92.tar.gz;
make -C libaio-0.3.92 all install)
rm -rf /tmp/libaio-0.3.92*
echo "libaio-0.3.92 Installed ............."
else
echo "libaio-0.3.92 already installed in your system"
fi
# XXX (garrcoop): this needs to be fixed so that it's callable
# via standalone runltp in a standard installed tree.
echo "Building & Running ltp/testcases/kernel/io/aio..."
(make -C testcases/kernel/io/aio all;
./aio01/aio01;
./aio02/runfstests.sh -a aio02/cases/aio_tio;
make clean 1>&2 > /dev/null )
printf "Completed running ltp/testcases/kernel/io/aio...\n\n\n"
fi
fi
## END => Test Series 5 ##
## The next one i plan to run is ##
## ltp/testcases/kernel/security/filecaps ##
## START => Test Series 6 ##
if [ $RUN_FILECAPS -eq 1 ]
then
echo "Initializing ltp/testcases/kernel/security/filecaps ..."
# Check to see if User is Root
if [ $(id -ru) -ne 0 ]
then
echo -n "You need to be root to Install libcaps and run "
echo -n "ltp/testcases/kernel/security/filecaps; aborting "
echo "ltp/testcases/kernel/security/filecaps"
else
if [ $LIBCAPS_INSTALLED -ne 1 ]
then
echo "Installing libcaps............."
(cd /tmp;
wget -c ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/security/linux-privs/libcap2/libcap-2.14.tar.gz;
tar -xzf libcap-2.14.tar.gz;
make -C libcap-2.14 all install)
rm -rf /tmp/libcap-2.14*
echo "libcaps Installed ............."
else
echo "libcaps already installed in your system"
fi
echo -n "Building & Running "
echo "ltp/testcases/kernel/security/filecaps"
make -C ltp/testcases/kernel/security/filecaps all install
"${RUNLTP}" -f filecaps
printf "Completed running ltp/testcases/kernel/io/aio...\n\n\n"
fi
fi
## END => Test Series 6 ##
## The next one i plan to run is tpm_tools ##
## START => Test Series 7 ##
"${RUNLTP}" -f tpm_tools
## END => Test Series 7 ##
## The next one i plan to run is tcore_patch_test_suites
## START => Test Series 8 ##
"${RUNLTP}" -f tcore
## END => Test Series 8 ##
## The next one i plan to run is stress_cd tests
## START => Test Series 9 ##
if [ $RUN_STRESS_CD -eq 1 ]
then
"${RUNLTP}" -f io_cd
fi
## END => Test Series 9 ##
## The next one i plan to run is stress_floppy tests
## START => Test Series 10 ##
if [ $RUN_STRESS_FLOPPY -eq 1 ]
then
"${RUNLTP}" -f io_floppy
fi
## END => Test Series 10 ##
## The next one i plan to run is CPUHOTPLUG tests
## START => Test Series 11 ##
if [ $RUN_CPU_HOTPLUG -eq 1 ]
then
"${RUNLTP}" -f cpuhotplug
fi
## END => Test Series 11 ##
## The next one i plan to run are the LTP Network tests
## START => Test Series 12 ##
if [ $RUN_LTP_NETWORK_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./networktests.sh)
fi
## END => Test Series 12 ##
## The next one i plan to run are the LTP Network Stress tests
## START => Test Series 13 ##
if [ $RUN_LTP_NETWORK_STRESS_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./networkstress.sh)
fi
## END => Test Series 13 ##
## The next one i plan to run are the LTP ADP tests
## START => Test Series 14 ##
if [ $RUN_LTP_ADP_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./adp.sh -d 3 -n 100)
fi
## END => Test Series 14 ##
## The next one i plan to run are the LTP AUTOFS tests
## START => Test Series 15 ##
if [ $RUN_LTP_AUTOFS1_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
if [ $DISK_PARTITION1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./autofs1.sh $DISK_PARTITION1)
else
echo "Disk Partition not set. Aborting running AUTOFS1"
fi
fi
if [ $RUN_LTP_AUTOFS4_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
if [ $DISK_PARTITION1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./autofs4.sh $DISK_PARTITION1)
else
echo "Disk Partition not set. Aborting running AUTOFS4"
fi
fi
## END => Test Series 15 ##
## The next one i plan to run are the LTP EXPORTFS tests
## START => Test Series 16 ##
if [ $RUN_EXPORTFS_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./exportfs.sh -h $NFS_SERVER1 -d $NFS_SERVER_DISK_PARTITION1 -t $NFS_SERVER_FS_TYPE1)
fi
## END => Test Series 16 ##
## The next one i plan to run the FS tests on READ ONLY File Systems
## START => Test Series 17 ##
if [ $RUN_RO_ONLY_FS_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $READ_ONLY_DIRECTORY1; $LTPROOT/testscripts/test_robind.sh)
fi
## END => Test Series 17 ##
## The next one i plan to run the ISOFS tests
## START => Test Series 18 ##
if [ $RUN_ISOFS_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./isofs.sh)
fi
## END => Test Series 18 ##
## The next one i plan to run the DMMAPPER tests
## START => Test Series 19 ##
if [ $RUN_DMMAPPER_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./ltpdmmapper.sh -a $DISK_PARTITION2 -b $DISK_PARTITION3)
fi
## END => Test Series 19 ##
## The next one i plan to run the FSLVM tests
## START => Test Series 20 ##
if [ $RUN_FSLVM_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./ltpfslvm.sh -a $DISK_PARTITION4 -b $DISK_PARTITION5 -c $DISK_PARTITION6 -d $DISK_PARTITION7 -n $NFS_PARTITION1)
fi
## END => Test Series 20 ##
## The next one i plan to run the FSNOLVM tests
## START => Test Series 21 ##
if [ $RUN_FSNOLVM_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./ltpfsnolvm.sh -a $DISK_PARTITION4 -b $DISK_PARTITION5 -c $DISK_PARTITION6 -d $DISK_PARTITION7 -n $NFS_PARTITION1)
fi
## END => Test Series 21 ##
## The next one i plan to run the LTP SCSI DEBUG tests
## START => Test Series 22 ##
if [ $RUN_LTP_SCSI_DEBUG_TEST -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./ltp-scsi_debug.sh)
fi
## END => Test Series 22 ##
## The next one i plan to run the LTP SYSFS tests
## START => Test Series 23 ##
if [ $RUN_LTP_SYSFS_TEST -eq 1 ]
then
(cd $LTPROOT/testscripts/; ./sysfs.sh -k $KERNEL_MODULE1)
fi
## END => Test Series 23 ##
## The next one i plan to run the LTP TIRPC tests
## START => Test Series 24 ##
if [ $RUN_LTP_TIRPC_TEST -eq 1 ]
then
"${RUNLTP}" -f rpctirpc
fi
## END => Test Series 24 ##
## The next one i plan to run the DMA_THREAD_DIOTEST7 tests
## START => Test Series 25 ##
if [ $RUN_DMA_THREAD_DIOTEST7 -eq 1 ]
then
"${RUNLTP}" -f test_dma_thread_diotest7
fi
## END => Test Series 25 ##
## The next one i plan to run the Controller area network
## (CAN) protocol support tests
## START => Test Series 26 ##
if [ $RUN_CONTROLLER_AREA_NETWORK_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
"${RUNLTP}" -f can
fi
## END => Test Series 26 ##
## The next one i plan to run the SMACK SECURITY tests
## START => Test Series 27 ##
if [ $RUN_SMACK_SECURITY_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
"${RUNLTP}" -f smack
fi
## END => Test Series 27 ##
## The next one i plan to run the PERFORMANCE COUNTERS tests
## START => Test Series 28 ##
if [ $RUN_PERFORMANCE_COUNTERS_TESTS -eq 1 ]
then
"${RUNLTP}" -f perfcounters
fi
## END => Test Series 28 ##