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#!/bin/sh
################################################################################
## ##
## Copyright (c) International Business Machines Corp., 2001,2005 ##
## ##
## 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: runltplite
#
# Description: This script can be used to run a subset the tests in the LTP test suite
# This script is typically used as a quick test to check an install base.
#
# Authors: Manoj Iyer - manoji@us.ibm.com
# Robbie Williamson - robbiew@us.ibm.com
# Marty Ridgeway - mridge@us.ibm.com
#
# History: Created runltplite script to run a subset of the LTP testsuite
#
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setup()
{
cd `dirname $0` || \
{
echo "FATAL: unable to change directory to $(dirname $0)"
exit 1
}
export LTPROOT=${PWD}
export TMPBASE="/tmp"
export TMP="${TMPBASE}/ltp-$$"
export PATH="${PATH}:${LTPROOT}/testcases/bin"
[ -d $LTPROOT/testcases/bin ] ||
{
echo "FATAL: LTP not installed correctly"
echo "INFO: Follow directions in INSTALL!"
exit 1
}
[ -e $LTPROOT/bin/ltp-pan ] ||
{
echo "FATAL: Test suite driver 'ltp-pan' not found"
echo "INFO: Follow directions in INSTALL!"
exit 1
}
}
usage()
{
cat <<-EOF >&2
usage: ${0##*/} -c [-d TMPDIR] [-i # (in Mb)]
[ -l LOGFILE ] [ -o OUTPUTFILE ] [ -m # (in Mb)] -N -q
[ -r LTPROOT ] -v
-c NUM_PROCS Run LTP under additional background CPU load.
-d TMPDIR Directory where temporary files will be created.
-h Help. Prints all available options.
-i # (in Mb) Run LTP with a _min_ IO load of # Mb in background.
-l LOGFILE Log results of test in a logfile.
-m # (in Mb) Run LTP with a _min_ memory load of # Mb in background.
-N Run all the networking tests.
-o OUTPUTFILE Redirect test output to a file.
-p Human readable format logfiles.
-q Print less verbose output to screen.
-r LTPROOT Fully qualified path where testsuite is installed.
example: ${0##*/} -i 1024 -m 128 -p -q -l /tmp/resultlog.$$ -d ${PWD}
EOF
exit 0
}
main()
{
local CMDFILE="ltplite"
local PRETTY_PRT=""
local ALT_DIR=0
local RUN_NETEST=0
local QUIET_MODE=""
local VERBOSE_MODE=""
local NETPIPE=0
local GENLOAD=0
local MEMSIZE=0
local DURATION=""
local BYTESIZE=0
local LOGFILE=""
local PRETTY_PRT=""
local TAG_RESTRICT_STRING=""
local PAN_COMMAND=""
local scenfile=""
while getopts c:d:hi:l:m:No:pqr: arg
do case $arg in
c)
NUM_PROCS=$(($OPTARG))
$LTPROOT/testcases/bin/genload --cpu $NUM_PROCS >/dev/null 2>&1 &
GENLOAD=1 ;;
d) # append $$ to TMP, as it is recursively
# removed at end of script.
TMPBASE=$OPTARG
TMP="${TMPBASE}/ltp-$$"
export TMPDIR="$TMP";;
h) usage;;
i)
BYTESIZE=$(($OPTARG * 1024 * 1024))
$LTPROOT/testcases/bin/genload --io 1 >/dev/null 2>&1 &
$LTPROOT/testcases/bin/genload --hdd 0 --hdd-bytes $BYTESIZE \
>/dev/null 2>&1 &
GENLOAD=1 ;;
l)
[ ! -d $LTPROOT/results ] && \
{
echo "INFO: creating $LTPROOT/results directory"
mkdir -p $LTPROOT/results || \
{
echo "ERROR: failed to create $LTPROOT/results"
exit 1
}
}
case $OPTARG in
/*)
LOGFILE="-l $OPTARG" ;;
*)
LOGFILE="-l $LTPROOT/results/$OPTARG"
ALT_DIR=1 ;;
esac ;;
m)
MEMSIZE=$(($OPTARG * 1024 * 1024))
$LTPROOT/testcases/bin/genload --vm 0 --vm-bytes $MEMSIZE \
>/dev/null 2>&1 &
GENLOAD=1;;
N) RUN_NETEST=1;;
o) OUTPUTFILE="-o $OPTARG" ;;
p) PRETTY_PRT=" -p ";;
q) QUIET_MODE=" -q ";;
r) LTPROOT=$OPTARG;;
\?) usage;;
esac
done
mkdir -p $TMP || \
{
echo "FATAL: Unable to make temporary directory $TMP"
exit 1
}
cd $TMP || \
{
echo "could not cd ${TMP} ... exiting"
exit 1
}
# Run Networking tests ?
[ "$RUN_NETEST" -eq 1 ] && \
{
[ -z "$RHOST" ] || [ -z "$PASSWD" ] && \
{
[ -z "$RHOST" ] && \
{
echo \
"INFO: Enter RHOST = 'name of the remote host machine'"
echo -n "-> "
read RHOST
}
[ -z "$PASSWD" ] && \
{
echo " "
echo \
"INFO: Enter PASSWD = 'root passwd of the remote host machine'"
echo -n "-> "
read PASSWD
}
export RHOST=$RHOST
export PASSWD=$PASSWD
echo "WARNING: security of $RHOST may be compromised"
}
}
# If user does not provide a command file select a default set of testcases
# to execute.
if [ -f $CMDFILE ] || \
CMDFILE="$LTPROOT/runtest/$CMDFILE"
then
cat $CMDFILE > ${TMP}/alltests || \
{
echo "FATAL: Unable to create command file"
exit 1
}
fi
if [ "$RUN_NETEST" -eq 1 ]; then
SCENARIO_LISTS="$SCENARIO_LISTS scenario_groups/network"
fi
# DO NOT INDENT/DEDENT!
if [ -n "$SCENARIO_LISTS" ]; then
# Insurance to make sure that the first element in the pipe
# completed successfully.
cat_ok_sentinel=$TMP/cat_ok.$$
(cat $SCENARIO_FILES && touch "$cat_ok_sentinel") | \
while read scenfile; do
scenfile=${LTPROOT}/runtest/$scenfile
# Skip over non-existent scenario files; things are
# robust enough now that the build will fail if these
# files don't exist.
[ -f "$scenfile" ] || continue
cat $scenfile >> "$TMP/alltests" || {
echo "FATAL: unable to append to command file"
rm -Rf "$TMP"
rm -f "$cat_ok_sentinel"
exit 1
}
done
rm -f "$cat_ok_sentinel"
fi
# ^^DO NOT INDENT/DEDENT!^^
# The fsx-linux tests use the SCRATCHDEV environment variable as a location
# that can be reformatted and run on. Set SCRATCHDEV if you want to run
# these tests. As a safeguard, this is disabled.
unset SCRATCHDEV
[ -n "$SCRATCHDEV" ] && \
{
cat ${LTPROOT}/runtest/fsx >> ${TMP}/alltests ||
{
echo "FATAL: unable to create fsx-linux tests command file"
exit 1
}
}
# check for required users and groups
${LTPROOT}/IDcheck.sh &>/dev/null || \
{
echo "WARNING: required users and groups not present"
echo "WARNING: some test cases may fail"
}
[ -n "$CMDFILES" ] && \
{
for scenfile in `echo "$CMDFILES" | tr ',' ' '`
do
[ -f "$scenfile" ] || scenfile="$LTPROOT/runtest/$scenfile"
cat "$scenfile" >> ${TMP}/alltests || \
{
echo "FATAL: unable to create command file"
rm -Rf "$TMP"
exit 1
}
done
}
# display versions of installed software
[ -z "$QUIET_MODE" ] && \
{
${LTPROOT}/ver_linux || \
{
echo "WARNING: unable to display versions of software installed"
exit 1
}
}
[ ! -z "$QUIET_MODE" ] && { echo "INFO: Test start time: $(date)" ; }
PAN_COMMAND="${LTPROOT}/bin/ltp-pan $QUIET_MODE -e -S $INSTANCES $DURATION -a $$ \
-n $$ $PRETTY_PRT -f ${TMP}/alltests $LOGFILE $OUTPUTFILE"
if [ ! -z "$VERBOSE_MODE" ] ; then
echo "COMMAND: $PAN_COMMAND"
if [ ! -z "$TAG_RESTRICT_STRING" ] ; then
echo "INFO: Restricted to $TAG_RESTRICT_STRING"
fi
fi
#$PAN_COMMAND #Duplicated code here, because otherwise if we fail, only "PAN_COMMAND" gets output
# Some tests need to run inside the "bin" directory.
cd "${LTPROOT}/testcases/bin"
${LTPROOT}/bin/ltp-pan $QUIET_MODE -e -S $INSTANCES $DURATION -a $$ \
-n $$ $PRETTY_PRT -f ${TMP}/alltests $LOGFILE $OUTPUTFILE
if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
echo "INFO: ltp-pan reported all tests PASS"
VALUE=0
else
echo "INFO: ltp-pan reported some tests FAIL"
VALUE=1
fi
cd ..
[ ! -z "$QUIET_MODE" ] && { echo "INFO: Test end time: $(date)" ; }
[ "$GENLOAD" -eq 1 ] && { killall -9 genload ; }
[ "$NETPIPE" -eq 1 ] && { killall -9 NPtcp ; }
[ "$ALT_DIR" -eq 1 ] && \
{
cat <<-EOF >&1
###############################################################"
Done executing testcases."
result log is in the $LTPROOT/results directory"
###############################################################"
EOF
}
exit $VALUE
}
cleanup()
{
rm -rf ${TMP}
}
trap "cleanup" 0
setup
main "$@"
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