I just committed a couple of small changes that some people have been
1. New script /testscripts/syscalls.sh which just runs the syscalls
tests. This runs in < 10min. on my laptop (800MHz PIII). For some,
this will serve as a decent quick regression when you don't have time o
run the whole thing. More work is being done by others to use code
coverage analysis to come up with a more representative minimum set of
tests for fast regression testing, but that'll come later.
2. If you are running runalltests.sh, please stop now or you will get a
really annoying warning. The default test script is now called runltp
(no .sh) and for now, is just a straight copy of the old
runalltests.sh. More changes are in the pipe but need a little more
thought first. For now it's just a nitpick since runalltests.sh/runltp
doesn't actually run *all* the ltp tests.