LTP Test Descriptions

Tests are listed alphabetically by test name.

accept01 
Verify that accept() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
access01 
Basic test for access(2) using F_OK, R_OK, W_OK, and X_OK arguments.
 
access02 
Verify that access() succeeds to check the read/write/execute permissions on a file if the mode argument passed was R_OK/W_OK/X_OK. Also verify that, access() succeeds to test the accessibility of the file referred to by symbolic link if the pathname points to a symbolic link.
 
access03 
EFAULT error testing for access(2).
 
access04 
Verify that, 1. access() fails with -1 return value and sets errno to EACCES if the permission bits of the file mode do not permit the requested (Read/Write/Execute) access. 2. access() fails with -1 return value and sets errno to EINVAL if the specified access mode argument is invalid. 3. access() fails with -1 return value and sets errno to EFAULT if the pathname points outside allocate address space for the process. 4. access() fails with -1 return value and sets errno to ENOENT if the specified file doesn't exist (or pathname is NULL). 5. access() fails with -1 return value and sets errno to ENAMETOOLONG if the pathname size is > PATH_MAX characters.
 
access05 
Verify that access() succeeds to check the existance of a file if search access is permitted on the pathname of the specified file.
 
access06 
EFAULT error testing for access(2).
 
alarm01 
Basic test for alarm(2).
 
alarm02 
Boundary Value Test for alarm(2).
 
alarm03 
Alarm(2) cleared by a fork.
 
alarm04 
Check that when an alarm request is made, the signal SIGALRM is received even after the process has done an exec().
 
alarm05 
Check the functionality of the Alarm system call when the time input parameter is non zero.
 
alarm06 
Check the functionality of the Alarm system call when the time input parameter is zero.
 
alarm07 
Check the functionality of the alarm() when the time input parameter is non-zero and the process does a fork.
 
arp01 
Test the basic functionality of `arp`.
 
bind01 
Verify that bind() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
brk01 
Test the basic functionality of brk.
 
chdir01 
Check proper operation of chdir(): tests whether the system call can it change the current, working directory, and find a file there? Will it fail on a non-directory entry ?
 
chdir02 
Basic test for chdir(2).
 
chdir03 
Testcase for testing that chdir(2) sets EACCES errno
 
chdir04 
Testcase to test whether chdir(2) sets errno correctly.
 
chmod01 
Verify that, chmod(2) succeeds when used to change the mode permissions of a file.
 
chmod02 
Basic test for chmod(2).
 
chmod03 
Verify that, chmod(2) will succeed to change the mode of a file and set the sticky bit on it if invoked by non-root (uid != 0) process with the following constraints, - the process is the owner of the file. - the effective group ID or one of the supplementary group ID's of the process is equal to the group ID of the file.
 
chmod04 
Verify that, chmod(2) will succeed to change the mode of a directory and set the sticky bit on it if invoked by non-root (uid != 0) process with the following constraints, - the process is the owner of the directory. - the effective group ID or one of the supplementary group ID's of the process is equal to the group ID of the directory.
 
chmod05 
Verify that, chmod(2) will succeed to change the mode of a directory but fails to set the setgid bit on it if invoked by non-root (uid != 0) process with the following constraints, - the process is the owner of the directory. - the effective group ID or one of the supplementary group ID's of the process is not equal to the group ID of the directory.
 
chmod06 
Verify that, 1) chmod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EPERM if the effective user id of process does not match the owner of the file and the process is not super user. 2) chmod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EACCES if search permission is denied on a component of the path prefix. 3) chmod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EFAULT if pathname points outside user's accessible address space. 4) chmod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENAMETOOLONG if the pathname component is too long. 5) chmod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOTDIR if the directory component in pathname is not a directory. 6) chmod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOENT if the specified file does not exists.
 
chmod07 
Verify that, chmod(2) will succeed to change the mode of a file/directory and sets the sticky bit on it if invoked by root (uid = 0) process with the following constraints, - the process is not the owner of the file/directory. - the effective group ID or one of the supplementary group ID's of the process is equal to the group ID of the file/directory.
 
chown01 
Basic test for chown(2).
 
chown02 
Verify that, when chown(2) invoked by super-user to change the owner and group of a file specified by path to any numeric owner(uid)/group(gid) values, - clears setuid and setgid bits set on an executable file. - preserves setgid bit set on a non-group-executable file.
 
chown03 
Verify that, chown(2) succeeds to change the group of a file specified by path when called by non-root user with the following constraints, - euid of the process is equal to the owner of the file. - the intended gid is either egid, or one of the supplementary gids of the process. Also, verify that chown() clears the setuid/setgid bits set on the file.
 
chown04 
Verify that, 1) chown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EPERM if the effective user id of process does not match the owner of the file and the process is not super user. 2) chown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EACCES if search permission is denied on a component of the path prefix. 3) chown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EFAULT if pathname points outside user's accessible address space. 4) chown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENAMETOOLONG if the pathname component is too long. 5) chown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOTDIR if the directory component in pathname is not a directory. 6) chown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOENT if the specified file does not exists.
 
chown05 
Verify that, chown(2) succeeds to change the owner and group of a file specified by path to any numeric owner(uid)/group(gid) values when invoked by super-user.
 
chroot01 
Testcase to check the whether chroot sets errno to EPERM.
 
chroot02 
Test functionality of chroot(2)
 
chroot03 
Testcase to test whether chroot(2) sets errno correctly.
 
clisrv 
Sender: Read contents of data file. Write each line to socket, then read line back from socket and write to standard output. Receiver: Read a stream socket one line at a time and write each line back to the sender. Usage: pthcli [port number]
 
close01 
Test that closing a regular file and a pipe works correctly
 
close02 
Check that an invalid file descriptor returns EBADF
 
close08 
Basic test for close(2).
 
connect01 
Verify that connect() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
creat01 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of the creat(2) system call.
 
creat03 
Testcase to check whether the sticky bit cleared.
 
creat04 
Testcase to check creat(2) fails with EACCES
 
creat05 
Testcase to check that creat(2) system call returns EMFILE.
 
creat06 
Testcase to check creat(2) sets the following errnos correctly: 1. EISDIR 2. ENAMETOOLONG 3. ENOENT 4. ENOTDIR 5. EFAULT 6. EACCES
 
creat07 
Testcase to check creat(2) sets the following errnos correctly: 1. ETXTBSY
 
creat09 
Basic test for creat(2) using 0700 argument.
 
disktest 
Does repeated accesses to a filespec and optionally writes to, reads from, and verifies the data. By default, disktest makes assumptions about the running environment which allows for a quick start of IO generation. However, Disktest has a large number of command line options which can be used to adapt the test for a variety of uses including data integrity, medium integraty, performance, and simple application simulation.
 
doio 
a general purpose io initiator with system call and write logging. See doio.h for the structure which defines what doio requests should look like. Currently doio can handle read,write,reada,writea,ssread, sswrite, and many varieties of listio requests. For disk io, if the O_SSD flag is set doio will allocate the appropriate amount of ssd and do the transfer - thus, doio can handle all of the primitive types of file io.
 
dup01 
Basic test for dup(2).
 
dup02 
Negative test for dup(2) with bad fd.
 
dup03 
Negative test for dup(2) (too many fds).
 
dup04 
Basic test for dup(2) of a system pipe descriptor.
 
dup05 
Basic test for dup(2) of a named pipe descriptor.
 
dup201 
Negative tests for dup2() with bad fd (EBADF), and for "too many open files" (EMFILE)
 
dup202 
Is the access mode the same for both file descriptors? 0: read only ? "0444" 1: write only ? "0222" 2: read/write ? "0666"
 
dup203 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of dup2().
 
dup204 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of dup2(2).
 
echo01 
Stresses the inetd/xinetd daemon using the `echo` service.
 
exit01 
Check that exit returns the correct values to the waiting parent
 
exit02 
Check that exit flushes output file buffers and closes files upon exitting
 
fchdir01 
create a directory and cd into it.
 
fchdir02 
try to cd into a bad directory (bad fd).
 
fchmod01 
Basic test for Fchmod(2).
 
fchmod02 
Verify that, fchmod(2) will succeed to change the mode of a file/directory set the sticky bit on it if invoked by root (uid = 0) process with the following constraints, - the process is not the owner of the file/directory. - the effective group ID or one of the supplementary group ID's of the process is equal to the group ID of the file/directory.
 
fchmod03 
Verify that, fchmod(2) will succeed to change the mode of a file and set the sticky bit on it if invoked by non-root (uid != 0) process with the following constraints, - the process is the owner of the file. - the effective group ID or one of the supplementary group ID's of the process is equal to the group ID of the file.
 
fchmod04 
Verify that, fchmod(2) will succeed to change the mode of a directory and set the sticky bit on it if invoked by non-root (uid != 0) process with the following constraints, - the process is the owner of the directory. - the effective group ID or one of the supplementary group ID's of the process is equal to the group ID of the directory.
 
fchmod05 
Verify that, fchmod(2) will succeed to change the mode of a directory but fails to set the setgid bit on it if invoked by non-root (uid != 0) process with the following constraints, - the process is the owner of the directory. - the effective group ID or one of the supplementary group ID's of the process is not equal to the group ID of the directory.
 
fchmod06 
Verify that, 1) fchmod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EPERM if the effective user id of process does not match the owner of the file and the process is not super user. 2) fchmod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EBADF if the file descriptor of the specified file is not valid.
 
fchmod07 
Verify that, fchmod(2) succeeds when used to change the mode permissions of a file specified by file descriptor.
 
fchown01 
Basic test for fchown(2).
 
fchown02 
Verify that, when fchown(2) invoked by super-user to change the owner and group of a file specified by file descriptor to any numeric owner(uid)/group(gid) values, - clears setuid and setgid bits set on an executable file. - preserves setgid bit set on a non-group-executable file.
 
fchown03 
Verify that, fchown(2) succeeds to change the group of a file specified by path when called by non-root user with the following constraints, - euid of the process is equal to the owner of the file. - the intended gid is either egid, or one of the supplementary gids of the process. Also, verify that fchown() clears the setuid/setgid bits set on the file.
 
fchown04 
Verify that, 1) fchown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EPERM if the effective user id of process does not match the owner of the file and the process is not super user. 2) fchown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EBADF if the file descriptor of the specified file is not valid.
 
fchown05 
Verify that, fchown(2) succeeds to change the owner and group of a file specified by file descriptor to any numeric owner(uid)/group(gid) values when invoked by super-user.
 
fcntl01 
Test F_DUPFD, F_SETFL cmds of fcntl
 
fcntl02 
Basic test for fcntl(2) using F_DUPFD argument.
 
fcntl03 
Basic test for fcntl(2) using F_GETFD argument.
 
fcntl04 
Basic test for fcntl(2) using F_GETFL argument.
 
fcntl05 
Basic test for fcntl(2) using F_GETLK argument.
 
fcntl06 
Error checking conditions for remote locking of regions of a file.
 
fcntl07 
Close-On-Exec functional test.
 
fcntl07B 
Close-On-Exec of named pipe functional test.
 
fcntl08 
Basic test for fcntl(2) using F_SETFL argument.
 
fcntl09 
Basic test for fcntl(2) using F_SETLK argument.
 
fcntl10 
Basic test for fcntl(2) using F_SETLKW argument.
 
fcntl11 
Testcase to check locking of regions of a file
 
fcntl12 
Testcase to test that fcntl() sets EMFILE for F_DUPFD command.
 
fcntl13 
Testcase to test that fcntl() sets errno correctly.
 
fcntl14 
File locking test cases for fcntl. In Linux, S_ENFMT is not implemented in the kernel. However all standard Unix kernels define S_ENFMT as S_ISGID. So this test defines S_ENFMT as S_ISGID.
 
fcntl15 
Check that file locks are removed when file closed
 
fcntl16 
Additional file locking test cases for checking proper notifictaion of processes on lock change
 
fcntl17 
Check deadlock detection for file locking
 
fcntl18 
Test to check the error conditions in fcntl system call
 
fcntl19 
Testcase to check locking of regions of a file
 
fcntl20 
Check locking of regions of a file
 
fcntl21 
Check locking of regions of a file
 
finger01 
test the basic functionality of the `finger` command.
 
fork01 
Basic test for fork(2).
 
fork02 
Test correct operation of fork: pid == 0 in child; pid > 0 in parent from wait;
 
fork03 
Check that child can use a large text space and do a large number of operations.
 
fork04 
Child inheritance of Environment Variables after fork().
 
fork05 
Make sure LDT is propagated correctly
 
fork06 
Test that a process can fork children a large number of times in succession
 
fork07 
Check that all children inherit parent's file descriptor
 
fork08 
Check if the parent's file descriptors are affected by actions in the child; they should not be.
 
fork09 
Check that child has access to a full set of files.
 
fork10 
Check inheritance of file descriptor by children, they should all be refering to the same file.
 
fork11 
Test that parent gets a pid from each child when doing wait
 
fs_perms 
Regression test for Linux filesystem permissions.
 
fstat01 
Basic test for fstat(2)
 
fstat02 
Verify that, fstat(2) succeeds to get the status of a file and fills the stat structure elements though file pointed to by file descriptor not opened for reading.
 
fstat03 
Verify that, fstat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EBADF if the file pointed to by file descriptor is not valid.
 
fstat04 
Verify that, fstat(2) succeeds to get the status of a file pointed by file descriptor and fills the stat structure elements.
 
fstatfs01 
Basic test for fstatfs(2)
 
fstatfs02 
Testcase to check fstatfs() sets errno correctly.
 
fsx-linux 
the Linux implementation.
 
ftp01 
test the basic functionality of the `ftp` command.
 
ftruncate01 
Verify that, ftruncate(2) succeeds to truncate a file to a specified length if the file indicated by file descriptor opened for writing.
 
ftruncate02 
Verify that, ftruncate(2) succeeds to truncate a file to a certain length, but the attempt to read past the truncated length will fail.
 
ftruncate03 
Verify that, 1) ftruncate(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EINVAL if the specified truncate length is less than 0. 2) ftruncate(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EBADF if the file descriptor of the specified file is not valid.
 
getcwd01 
Testcase to test that getcwd(2) sets errno correctly.
 
getcwd02 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of the getcwd(2) system call.
 
getcwd03 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of the getcwd(2) system call for symbolically linked directories.
 
getdents01 
get a directory entry
 
getdents02 
check that we get a failure with a bad file descriptor
 
getdents03 
check for an EINVAL error
 
getdents04 
check for an ENOTDIR error
 
getdents05 
check that we get a failure with a bad dirp address.
 
getegid01 
Basic test for getegid(2)
 
geteuid01 
Basic test for geteuid(2)
 
getgid01 
Basic test for getgid(2)
 
getgid02 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of getgid().
 
getgid03 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of getegid().
 
getgroups01 
Getgroups system call critical test
 
getgroups02 
Basic test for getgroups(2)
 
getgroups03 
Verify that, getgroups() system call gets the supplementary group IDs of the calling process.
 
getgroups04 
Verify that, getgroups() fails with -1 and sets errno to EINVAL if the size argument value is -ve.
 
gethostname01 
Basic test for gethostname(2)
 
getitimer01 
check that a correct call to getitimer() succeeds
 
getitimer02 
check that a getitimer() call fails as expected with an incorrect second argument.
 
getitimer03 
check that a getitimer() call fails as expected with an incorrect first argument.
 
getpeername01 
Verify that getpeername() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
getpgid01 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of getpgid().
 
getpgid02 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of getpgid().
 
getpgrp01 
Basic test for getpgrp(2)
 
getpid01 
Basic test for getpid(2)
 
getpid02 
Verify that getpid() system call gets the process ID of the of the calling process.
 
getppid01 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of the getppid() syscall.
 
getpriority01 
Verify that getpriority() succeeds get the scheduling priority of the current process, process group or user.
 
getpriority02 
Verify that, 1) getpriority() sets errno to ESRCH if no process was located was located for 'which' and 'who' arguments. 2) getpriority() sets errno to EINVAL if 'which' argument was not one of PRIO_PROCESS, PRIO_PGRP, or PRIO_USER.
 
getresgid01 
Verify that getresgid() will be successful to get the real, effective and saved user id of the calling process.
 
getresgid02 
Verify that getresgid() will be successful to get the real, effective and saved user ids after calling process invokes setregid() to change the effective/saved gids to that of specified user.
 
getresgid03 
Verify that getresgid() will be successful to get the real, effective and saved user ids after calling process invokes setresgid() to change the effective gid to that of specified user.
 
getresuid01 
Verify that getresuid() will be successful to get the real, effective and saved user id of the calling process.
 
getresuid02 
Verify that getresuid() will be successful to get the real, effective and saved user ids after calling process invokes setreuid() to change the effective/saved uids to that of specified user.
 
getresuid03 
Verify that getresuid() will be successful to get the real, effective and saved user ids after calling process invokes setresuid() to change the effective uid to that of specified user.
 
getsid01 
call getsid() and make sure it succeeds
 
getsid02 
call getsid() with an invalid PID to produce a failure
 
getsockname01 
Verify that getsockname() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
getsockopt01 
Verify that getsockopt() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
gettimeofday01 
Testcase to check that gettimeofday(2) sets errno to EFAULT.
 
getuid01 
Basic test for getuid(2)
 
getuid02 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of the geteuid() system call.
 
getuid03 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of the getuid() system call.
 
growfiles 
This program will grow a list of files. Each file will grow by grow_incr before the same file grows twice. Each file is open and closed before next file is opened.
 
host01 
test the basic functionality of the `host` command.
 
ioctl01 
Testcase to check the errnos set by the ioctl(2) system call.
 
ioctl02 
Testcase to test the TCGETA, and TCSETA ioctl implementations for the tty driver
 
iogen 
A tool for generating file/sds io for a doio process
 
kill01 
Test case to check the basic functionality of kill().
 
kill02 
Sending a signal to processes with the same process group ID
 
kill03 
Test case to check that kill fails when given an invalid signal.
 
kill04 
Test case to check that kill() fails when passed a non-existant pid.
 
kill05 
Test case to check that kill() fails when passed a pid owned by another user.
 
kill06 
Test case to check the basic functionality of kill() when killing an entire process group with a negative pid.
 
kill07 
Test case to check that SIGKILL can not be caught.
 
kill08 
Test case to check the basic functionality of kill() when kill an entire process group.
 
kill09 
Basic test for kill(2)
 
kill10 
Signal flooding test.
 
lchown01 
Verify that, lchown(2) succeeds to change the owner and group of a file specified by path to any numeric owner(uid)/group(gid) values when invoked by super-user.
 
lchown02 
Verify that, 1) lchown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EPERM if the effective user id of process does not match the owner of the file and the process is not super user. 2) lchown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EACCES if search permission is denied on a component of the path prefix. 3) lchown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EFAULT if pathname points outside user's accessible address space. 4) lchown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENAMETOOLONG if the pathname component is too long. 5) lchown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOTDIR if the directory component in pathname is not a directory. 6) lchown(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOENT if the specified file does not exists.
 
lftest 
The purpose of this test is to verify the file size limitations of a filesystem. It writes one buffer at a time and lseeks from the beginning of the file to the end of the last write position. The intent is to test lseek64.
 
link02 
Basic test for link(2)
 
link03 
Multi links tests
 
link04 
Negative test cases for link(2)
 
link05 
Multi links (EMLINK) negative test
 
linktest 
Regression test for max links per file
 
listen01 
Verify that listen() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
llseek01 
Verify that, llseek() call succeeds to set the file pointer position to an offset larger than file size. Also, verify that any attempt to write to this location fails.
 
llseek02 
Verify that, 1. llseek() returns -1 and sets errno to EINVAL, if the 'Whence' argument is not a proper value. 2. llseek() returns -1 and sets errno to EBADF, if the file handle of the specified file is not valid.
 
lseek01 
Basic test for lseek(2)
 
lseek02 
Negative test for lseek(2)
 
lseek03 
Negative test for lseek(2) whence
 
lseek04 
Negative test for lseek(2) of a fifo
 
lseek05 
Negative test for lseek(2) of a pipe
 
lseek06 
Verify that, lseek() call succeeds to set the file pointer position to less than or equal to the file size, when a file is opened for read or write.
 
lseek07 
Verify that, lseek() call succeeds to set the file pointer position to more than the file size, when a file is opened for reading/writing.
 
lseek08 
Verify that, lseek() call succeeds to set the file pointer position to the end of the file when 'whence' value set to SEEK_END and any attempts to read from that position should fail.
 
lseek09 
Verify that, lseek() call succeeds to set the file pointer position to the current specified location, when 'whence' value is set to SEEK_CUR and the data read from the specified location should match the expected data.
 
lseek10 
Verify that, 1. lseek() returns -1 and sets errno to ESPIPE, if the file handle of the specified file is associated with a pipe, socket, or FIFO. 2. lseek() returns -1 and sets errno to EINVAL, if the 'Whence' argument is not a proper value. 3. lseek() returns -1 and sets errno to EBADF, if the file handle of the specified file is not valid.
 
lstat01 
Verify that, lstat(2) succeeds to get the status of a file pointed to by symlink and fills the stat structure elements.
 
lstat02 
Basic test for lstat(2)
 
lstat03 
Verify that, 1) lstat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EACCES if search permission is denied on a component of the path prefix. 2) lstat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOENT if the specified file does not exists or empty string. 3) lstat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EFAULT if pathname points outside user's accessible address space. 4) lstat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENAMETOOLONG if the pathname component is too long. 5) lstat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOTDIR if the directory component in pathname is not a directory.
 
mallocstress 
This program is designed to stress the VMM by doing repeated */ mallocs and frees, with out using the swap space. This is */ achived by spawnning N threads with repeatedly malloc and free*/ a memory of size M. The stress can be increased by increasing */ the number of repetations over the default number using the */ -l [num] option.
 
mc_cmds 
of IP Multicast.
 
mc_commo 
a specific IP Multicast group and a specific port address.
 
mc_member 
Service Interfaces.
 
mc_opts 
Interface options.
 
mkdir01 
Basic errno test for mkdir(2)
 
mkdir02 
This test will verify that new directory created by mkdir(2) inherites the group ID from the parent directory and S_ISGID bit, if the S_ISGID bit is set in the parent directory.
 
mkdir03 
Check mkdir() with various error conditions that should produce EFAULT, ENAMETOOLONG, EEXIST, ENOENT and ENOTDIR
 
mkdir04 
Attempt to create a directory in a directory having no permissions.
 
mkdir05 
This test will verify the mkdir(2) syscall basic functionality
 
mkdir08 
Basic test for mkdir(2)
 
mknod01 
Basic test for mknod(2)
 
mknod02 
Verify that mknod(2) succeeds when used to create a filesystem node with set group-ID bit set on a directory without set group-ID bit set. The node created should have set group-ID bit set and its gid should be equal to that of its parent directory.
 
mknod03 
Verify that mknod(2) succeeds when used to create a filesystem node with set group-ID bit set on a directory with set group-ID bit set. The node created should have set group-ID bit set and its gid should be equal to the effective gid of the process.
 
mknod04 
Verify that mknod(2) succeeds when used to create a filesystem node on a directory with set group-ID bit set. The node created should not have group-ID bit set and its gid should be equal to the effective gid of the process.
 
mknod05 
Verify that mknod(2) succeeds when used by root to create a filesystem node with set group-ID bit set on a directory with set group-ID bit set. The node created should have set group-ID bit set and its gid should be equal to that of its parent directory.
 
mknod06 
Verify that, 1) mknod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EEXIST if specified path already exists. 2) mknod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EFAULT if pathname points outside user's accessible address space. 3) mknod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOENT if the directory component in pathname does not exist. 4) mknod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENAMETOOLONG if the pathname component was too long. 5) mknod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOTDIR if the directory component in pathname is not a directory.
 
mknod07 
Verify that, 1) mknod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EPERM if the process id of the caller is not super-user. 2) mknod(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EACCES if parent directory does not allow write permission to the process.
 
mknod08 
Verify that mknod(2) succeeds when used to create a filesystem node on a directory without set group-ID bit set. The node created should not have set group-ID bit set and its gid should be equal to that of its parent directory.
 
mmap001 
Tests mmapping a big file and writing it once
 
mmap01 
Verify that, mmap() succeeds when used to map a file where size of the file is not a multiple of the page size, the memory area beyond the end of the file to the end of the page is accessible. Also, verify that this area is all zeroed and the modifications done to this area are not written to the file.
 
mmap02 
Call mmap() with prot parameter set to PROT_READ and with the file descriptor being open for read, to map a file creating mapped memory with read access. The minimum file permissions should be 0444.
 
mmap03 
Call mmap() to map a file creating a mapped region with execute access under the following conditions - - The prot parameter is set to PROT_EXE - The file descriptor is open for read - The file being mapped has execute permission bit set. - The minimum file permissions should be 0555. The call should succeed to map the file creating mapped memory with the required attributes.
 
mmap04 
Call mmap() to map a file creating a mapped region with read/exec access under the following conditions - - The prot parameter is set to PROT_READ|PROT_EXEC - The file descriptor is open for read - The file being mapped has read and execute permission bit set. - The minimum file permissions should be 0555. The call should succeed to map the file creating mapped memory with the required attributes.
 
mmap05 
Call mmap() to map a file creating mapped memory with no access under the following conditions - - The prot parameter is set to PROT_NONE - The file descriptor is open for read(any mode other than write) - The minimum file permissions should be 0444. The call should succeed to map the file creating mapped memory with the required attributes.
 
mmap06 
Call mmap() to map a file creating a mapped region with read access under the following conditions - - The prot parameter is set to PROT_READ - The file descriptor is open for writing. The call should fail to map the file.
 
mmap07 
Call mmap() to map a file creating a mapped region with read access under the following conditions - - The prot parameter is set to PROT_WRITE - The file descriptor is open for writing. - The flags parameter has MAP_PRIVATE set. The call should fail to map the file.
 
mmap08 
Verify that mmap() fails to map a file creating a mapped region when the file specified by file descriptor is not valid.
 
mmap1 
Test the LINUX memory manager. The program is aimed at stressing the memory manager by simultanious map/unmap/read by light weight processes, the test is scheduled to run for a mininum of 24 hours.
 
mmap2 
Test the LINUX memory manager. The program is aimed at stressing the memory manager by repeaded map/write/unmap of a of a large gb size file.
 
mmap3 
Test the LINUX memory manager. The program is aimed at stressing the memory manager by repeaded map/write/unmap of file/memory of random size (maximum 1GB) this is done by multiple processes.
 
mmstress 
Performs General Stress with Race conditions
 
mprotect01 
Testcase to check the error conditions for mprotect(2)
 
mprotect02 
Testcase to check the mprotect(2) system call.
 
mprotect03 
Testcase to check the mprotect(2) system call.
 
mremap01 
Verify that, mremap() succeeds when used to expand the existing virtual memory mapped region to the requested size where the virtual memory area was previously mapped to a file using mmap().
 
mremap02 
Verify that, mremap() fails when used to expand the existing virtual memory mapped region to the requested size, if the virtual memory area previously mapped was not page aligned or invalid argument specified.
 
mremap03 
Verify that, mremap() fails when used to expand the existing virtual memory mapped region to the requested size, if there already exists mappings that cover the whole address space requsted or the old address specified was not mapped.
 
mremap04 
Verify that, mremap() fails when used to expand the existing virtual memory mapped region to the requested size, if the memory area cannot be expanded at the current virtual address and MREMAP_MAYMOVE flag not set.
 
msgctl01 
create a message queue, then issue the IPC_STAT command and RMID commands to test the functionality
 
msgctl02 
create a message queue, then issue the IPC_SET command to lower the msg_qbytes value.
 
msgctl03 
create a message queue, then issue the IPC_RMID command
 
msgctl04 
test for EACCES, EFAULT and EINVAL errors using a variety of incorrect calls.
 
msgctl05 
test for EPERM error
 
msgget01 
create a message queue, write a message to it and read it back.
 
msgget02 
test for EEXIST and ENOENT errors
 
msgget03 
test for an ENOSPC error by using up all available message queues.
 
msgget04 
test for an EACCES error by creating a message queue with no read or write permission and then attempting to access it with various permissions.
 
msgrcv01 
test that msgrcv() receives the expected message
 
msgrcv02 
test for EACCES and EFAULT errors
 
msgrcv03 
test for EINVAL error
 
msgrcv04 
test for E2BIG and ENOMSG errors
 
msgrcv05 
test for EINTR error
 
msgrcv06 
test for EIDRM error
 
msgsnd01 
test that msgsnd() enqueues a message correctly
 
msgsnd02 
test for EACCES and EFAULT errors
 
msgsnd03 
test for EINVAL error
 
msgsnd04 
test for EAGAIN error
 
msgsnd05 
test for EINTR error
 
msgsnd06 
test for EIDRM error
 
msync01 
Verify that, msync() succeeds, when the region to synchronize, is part of, or all of a mapped region.
 
msync02 
Verify that msync() succeeds when the region to synchronize is mapped shared and the flags argument is MS_INVALIDATE.
 
msync03 
Verify that, msync() fails, when the region to synchronize, is outside the address space of the process.
 
msync04 
Verify that, msync() fails, when the region to synchronize, is mapped but the flags argument is invalid.
 
msync05 
Verify that, msync() fails, when the region to synchronize, was not mapped.
 
munmap01 
Verify that, munmap call will succeed to unmap a mapped file or anonymous shared memory region from the calling process's address space and after successful completion of munmap, the unmapped region is no longer accessible.
 
munmap02 
Verify that, munmap call will succeed to unmap a mapped file or anonymous shared memory region from the calling process's address space if the region specified by the address and the length is part or all of the mapped region.
 
munmap03 
Verify that, munmap call will fail to unmap a mapped file or anonymous shared memory region from the calling process's address space if the address and the length of the region to be unmapped points outside the calling process's address space
 
nanosleep01 
Verify that nanosleep() will be successful to suspend the execution of a process for a specified time.
 
nanosleep02 
Verify that nanosleep() will be successful to suspend the execution of a process, returns after the receipt of a signal and writes the remaining sleep time into the structure.
 
nanosleep03 
Verify that nanosleep() will fail to suspend the execution of a process for a specified time if interrupted by a non-blocked signal.
 
nanosleep04 
Verify that nanosleep() will fail to suspend the execution of a process if the specified pause time is invalid.
 
netstat01 
test the basic functionality of the `netstat` command.
 
nfs01 
mounted filesystem.
 
nfs02 
and preservation of write/nowrite permissions.
 
nfs03 
Runs the LTP filesystem test: fs_inod, on an NFS mountpoint.
 
nfslock01 
datafiles are compared.
 
nfsstat01 
actual network connection is needed.
 
nfsstress 
The test is aimed at stressing the NFS client and server.
 
nice01 
Verify that root can provide a negative value to nice() and hence root can decrease the nice value of the process using nice() system call
 
nice02 
Verify that any user can successfully increase the nice value of the process by passing a higher increment value (> max. applicable limits) to nice() system call.
 
nice03 
Verify that any user can successfully increase the nice value of the process by passing an increment value (< max. applicable limits) to nice() system call.
 
nice04 
Verify that, nice(2) fails when, a non-root user attempts to increase the priority of a process by specifying a negative increment value.
 
nice05 
Basic test for nice(2)
 
open01 
Open a file with oflag = O_CREAT set, does it set the sticky bit off? Open "/tmp" with O_DIRECTORY, does it set the S_IFDIR bit on?
 
open02 
Test if open without O_CREAT returns -1 if a file does not exist.
 
open03 
Basic test for open(2)
 
open04 
Testcase to check that open(2) sets EMFILE if a process opens files more than its descriptor size
 
open05 
Testcase to check open(2) sets errno to EACCES correctly.
 
open06 
Testcase to check open(2) sets errno to ENXIO correctly.
 
open07 
Test the open(2) system call to ensure that it sets ELOOP correctly.
 
open08 
Check for the following errors: 1. EEXIST 2. EISDIR 3. ENOTDIR 4. ENAMETOOLONG 5. EFAULT 6. ETXTBSY
 
openfile 
Creates files and opens simultaneously
 
pause01 
Basic test for pause(2)
 
pause02 
Verify that, pause() returns -1 and sets errno to EINTR after receipt of a signal which is caught by the calling process. Also, verify that the calling process will resume execution from the point of suspension.
 
pause03 
Verify that a process is no longer accessible on receipt of SIGKILL signal after being suspended by pause().
 
perf_lan 
Generates LAN traffic using ICMP echo packets.
 
personality01 
Check that we can set the personality for a process.
 
personality02 
Check that we get EINVAL for a bad personality.
 
ping01 
test the basic functionality of the `ping` command.
 
pipe01 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of the pipe(2) syscall: Check that both ends of the pipe (both file descriptors) are available to a process opening the pipe.
 
pipe05 
Check what happens when pipe is passed a bad file descriptor.
 
pipe06 
Check what happens when the system runs out of pipes.
 
pipe08 
Check that a SIGPIPE signal is generated when a write is attempted on an empty pipe.
 
pipe09 
Check that two processes can use the same pipe at the same time.
 
pipe10 
Check that parent can open a pipe and have a child read from it
 
pipe11 
Check if many children can read what is written to a pipe by the parent.
 
pipeio 
This tool can be used to beat on system or named pipes. See the help() function below for user information. /ipc_stress/message_queue_test_01.c /ipc_stress/pipe_test_01.c /ipc_stress/semaphore_test_01.c /ipc_stress/single_test_01.c
 
poll01 
Verify that valid open file descriptor must be provided to poll() to succeed.
 
pread01 
Verify the functionality of pread() by writing known data using pwrite() to the file at various specified offsets and later read from the file from various specified offsets, comparing the data read aganist the data written.
 
pread02 
Verify that, 1) pread() fails when attempted to read from an unnamed pipe. 2) pread() fails if the specified offset position was invalid.
 
proc01 
Recursively reads all files within /proc filesystem.
 
process_stress 
Spawn creates a tree of processes with Dval depth and Bval breadth. Each parent will spawn Bval children. Each child will store information about themselves in shared memory. The leaf nodes will communicate the existence of one another through message queues, once each leaf node has received communication from all of her siblings she will reduce the semaphore count and exit. Meanwhile all parents are waiting to hear from their children through the use of semaphores. When the semaphore count reaches zero then the parent knows all the children have talked to one another. Locking of the connter semaphore is provided by the use of another (binary) semaphore.
 
pwrite01 
Verify the functionality of pwrite() by writing known data using pwrite() to the file at various specified offsets and later read from the file from various specified offsets, comparing the data written aganist the data read using read().
 
pwrite02 
Verify that, 1) pwrite() fails when attempted to write to an unnamed pipe. 2) pwrite() fails if the specified offset position was invalid.
 
rcp01 
test the basic functionality of the `rcp` command.
 
rdist01 
test the basic functionality of the `rdist` command.
 
read01 
Basic test for the read(2) system call
 
read02 
test 1: Does read return -1 if file descriptor is not valid, check for EBADF test 2: Check if read sets EISDIR, if the fd refers to a directory test 3: Check if read sets EFAULT, if buf is -1.
 
read03 
Testcase to check that read() sets errno to EAGAIN
 
read04 
Testcase to check if read returns the number of bytes read correctly.
 
readlink01 
Verify that, readlink will succeed to read the contents of the symbolic link created the process.
 
readlink02 
Basic test for the readlink(2) system call
 
readlink03 
Verify that, 1) readlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EACCES if search/write permission is denied in the directory where the symbolic link resides. 2) readlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EINVAL if the buffer size is not positive. 3) readlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EINVAL if the specified file is not a symbolic link file. 4) readlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENAMETOOLONG if the pathname component of symbolic link is too long (ie, > PATH_MAX). 5) readlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOENT if the component of symbolic link points to an empty string.
 
readlink04 
Verify that, readlink call will succeed to read the contents of the symbolic link if invoked by non-root user who is not the owner of the symbolic link.
 
readv01 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of the readv(2) system call.
 
readv02 
Testcase to check the error conditions of the readv(2) system call.
 
recv01 
Verify that recv() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
recvfrom01 
Verify that recvfrom() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
recvmsg01 
Verify that recvmsg() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
rename01 
This test will verify the rename(2) syscall basic functionality. Verify rename() works when the "new" file or directory does not exist.
 
rename02 
Basic test for the rename(2) system call
 
rename03 
This test will verify that rename(2) functions correctly when the "new" file or directory exists
 
rename04 
This test will verify that rename(2) failed when newpath is a non-empty directory and return EEXIST or ENOTEMPTY
 
rename05 
This test will verify that rename(2) fails with EISDIR
 
rename06 
This test will verify that rename(2) failed in EINVAL
 
rename07 
This test will verify that rename(2) failed in ENOTDIR
 
rename08 
This test will verify that rename(2) syscall failed in EFAULT
 
rename09 
check rename() fails with EACCES
 
rename10 
This test will verify that rename(2) syscall fails with ENAMETOOLONG and ENOENT
 
rename11 
This test will verify that rename(2) failed in EBUSY
 
rename12 
check rename() fails with EPERM
 
rename13 
Verify rename() return successfully and performs no other action when "old" file and "new" file link to the same file.
 
rlogin01 
Tests the basic functionality of `rlogin`.
 
rmdir01 
This test will verify that rmdir(2) syscall basic functionality. verify rmdir(2) returns a value of 0 and the directory being removed
 
rmdir02 
This test will verify that rmdir(2) fail in 1. ENOTEMPTY 2. EBUSY 3. ENAMETOOLONG 4. ENOENT 5. ENOTDIR 6. EFAULT 7. EFAULT
 
rmdir03 
check rmdir() fails with EPERM or EACCES
 
rmdir04 
Basic test for the rmdir(2) system call
 
rmdir05 
Verify that rmdir(2) returns a value of -1 and sets errno to indicate the error.
 
rpc01 
Test rpc using file transfers between a client & server
 
rpcinfo01 
Basic test for the `rpcinfo` command.
 
rsh01 
test the basic functionality of the `rsh` command.
 
rup01 
Basic test for the `rup` command.
 
rusers01 
Basic test for the `rusers` command.
 
rwho01 
test the basic functionality of the rwhod daemon using the
 
rwtest 
A wrapper for doio and iogen.
 
sbrk01 
Basic test for the sbrk(2) system call.
 
sched_driver 
This program uses system calls to change the priorities of the throughput measurement testcases. When real-time is in effect, priorities 50 through 64 are used. (MAX_PRI and MIN_PRI) When user-time (normal) is in effect, 0-14 (corresponding to nice() calls) is used. The driver only keeps track of values from 50 to 64, and the testcases will scale them down to 0 to 14 when needed, to change the priority of a user-time process.
 
sched_getscheduler01 
Testcase to check sched_getscheduler() returns correct return value
 
sched_getscheduler02 
To check for the errno ESRCH
 
sched_setscheduler01 
Testcase to test whether sched_setscheduler(2) sets the errnos correctly.
 
sched_setscheduler02 
Testcase to test whether sched_setscheduler(2) sets the errnos correctly.
 
sched_stress 
Exports required environment variables and runs sched_driver
 
sched_yield01 
Testcase to check that sched_yield returns correct values.
 
select01 
Basic test for the select(2) system call to a fd of regular file with no I/O and small timeout
 
select02 
Basic test for the select(2) system call to fd of system pipe with no I/O and small timeout
 
select03 
Basic test for the select(2) system call to fd of a named-pipe (FIFO)
 
select04 
Verify that select(2) returns immediately (does not block) if the timeout value is zero.
 
select05 
Verify that select(2) fails when one or more of the file descriptor sets specify a file descriptor which is not valid.
 
select06 
Verify that select(2) fails when a signal is delivered before any of the selected events occur and before the timeout interval expires.
 
select07 
Verify that select(2) fails when an invalid timeout interval is specified.
 
select08 
Verify the functionality of select(2) by passing non-null writefds which points to a regular file, pipes or FIFO's.
 
select09 
Verify the functionality of select(2) by passing non-null readfds which points to a regular file, pipes or FIFO's.
 
select10 
Verify that a successful call to select() shall return the desired number of modified descriptors for which bits are set in the bit masks, where descriptors points to a regular file, pipes or FIFO's.
 
sem01 
Creates a semaphore and two processes. The processes each go through a loop where they semdown, delay for a random amount of time, and semup, so they will almost always be fighting for control of the semaphore.
 
sem02 
The application creates several threads using pthread_create(). One thread performs a semop() with the SEM_UNDO flag set. The change in sempaphore value performed by that semop should be "undone" only when the last pthread exits.
 
semctl01 
test the 10 possible semctl() commands
 
semctl02 
test for EACCES error
 
semctl03 
test for EINVAL and EFAULT errors
 
semctl04 
test for EPERM error
 
semctl05 
test for ERANGE error
 
semget01 
test that semget() correclty creates a semaphore set
 
semget02 
test for EACCES and EEXIST errors
 
semget03 
test for ENOENT error
 
semget05 
test for ENOSPC error
 
semget06 
test for EINVAL error
 
semop01 
test that semop() basic functionality is correct
 
semop02 
test for E2BIG, EACCES, EFAULT and EINVAL errors
 
semop03 
test for EFBIG error
 
semop04 
test for EAGAIN error
 
semop05 
test for EINTR and EIDRM errors
 
send01 
Verify that send() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
sendfile 
function.
 
sendfile02 
Testcase to test the basic functionality of the sendfile(2) system call.
 
sendfile03 
Testcase to test that sendfile(2) system call returns appropriete errnos on error.
 
sendmsg01 
Verify that sendmsg() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
sendto01 
Verify that sendto() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
setfsgid01 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of setfsgid(2) system call.
 
setfsuid01 
Testcase to test the basic functionality of the setfsuid(2) system call.
 
setgid01 
Basic test for the setgid(2) system call.
 
setgid02 
Testcase to ensure that the setgid() system call sets errno to EPERM
 
setgroups01 
Basic test for the setgroups(2) system call.
 
setgroups02 
Verify that, 1. setgroups() fails with -1 and sets errno to EINVAL if the size argument value is > NGROUPS 2. setgroups() fails with -1 and sets errno to EPERM if the calling process is not super-user.
 
setgroups03 
Verify that, only root process can invoke setgroups() system call to set the supplementary group IDs of the process.
 
setitimer01 
check that a resonable setitimer() call succeeds.
 
setitimer02 
check that a setitimer() call fails as expected with incorrect values.
 
setitimer03 
check that a setitimer() call fails as expected with incorrect values.
 
setpgid01 
Basic test for setpgid(2) system call.
 
setpgid02 
Testcase to check that setpgid() sets errno correctly.
 
setpgid03 
Test to check the error and trivial conditions in setpgid system call
 
setpriority01 
set the priority for the test process lower.
 
setpriority02 
test for an expected failure by trying to raise the priority for the test process while not having permissions to do so.
 
setpriority03 
test for an expected failure by using an invalid PRIO value setpriority04
 
setpriority04 
test for an expected failure by using an invalid process id
 
setpriority05 
test for an expected failure by trying to change a process with an ID that is different from the test process
 
setregid01 
Basic test for the setregid(2) system call.
 
setregid02 
Test that setregid() fails and sets the proper errno values when a non-root user attemps to change the real or effective group id to a value other than the current gid or the current effective gid.
 
setregid03 
Test setregid() when executed by a non-root user.
 
setregid04 
Test setregid() when executed by root.
 
setresuid01 
Test setresuid() when executed by root.
 
setresuid02 
Test that a non-root user can change the real, effective and saved uid values through the setresuid system call.
 
setresuid03 
Test that the setresuid system call sets the proper errno values when a non-root user attempts to change the real, effective or saved uid to a value other than one of the current uid, the current effective uid of the current saved uid. Also verify that setresuid fails if an invalid uid value is given.
 
setreuid01 
Basic test for the setreuid(2) system call.
 
setreuid02 
Test setreuid() when executed by root.
 
setreuid03 
Test setreuid() when executed by an unpriviledged user.
 
setreuid04 
Test that root can change the real and effective uid to an unpriviledged user.
 
setreuid05 
Test the setreuid() feature, verifying the role of the saved-set-uid and setreuid's effect on it.
 
setreuid06 
Test that EINVAL is set when setreuid is given an invalid user id.
 
setrlimit01 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of the setrlimit system call.
 
setrlimit02 
Testcase to test the different errnos set by setrlimit(2) system call.
 
setrlimit03 
Test for EPERM when the super-user tries to increase RLIMIT_NOFILE beyond the system limit.
 
setsid01 
Test to check the error and trivial conditions in setsid system call
 
setsockopt01 
Verify that setsockopt() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
settimeofday01 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of settimeofday().
 
settimeofday02 
Testcase to check that settimeofday() sets errnos correctly.
 
setuid01 
Basic test for the setuid(2) system call.
 
setuid02 
Basic test for the setuid(2) system call as root.
 
setuid03 
Test to check the error and trivial conditions in setuid
 
shm_test 
This program is designed to stress the Memory management sub - system of Linux. This program will spawn multiple pairs of reader and writer threads. One thread will create the shared segment of random size and write to this memory, the other pair will read from this memory.
 
shmat01 
test that shmat() works correctly
 
shmat02 
check for EINVAL and EACCES errors
 
shmat03 
test for EACCES error
 
shmat1 
Test the LINUX memory manager. The program is aimed at stressing the memory manager by repeaded shmat/write/read/ shmatd of file/memory of random size (maximum 1000 * 4096) done by multiple processes.
 
shmctl01 
test the IPC_STAT, IPC_SET and IPC_RMID commands as they are used with shmctl()
 
shmctl02 
check for EACCES, EFAULT and EINVAL errors
 
shmctl03 
check for EACCES, and EPERM errors
 
shmdt01 
check that shared memory is detached correctly
 
shmdt02 
check for EINVAL error
 
shmget01 
test that shmget() correctly creates a shared memory segment
 
shmget02 
check for ENOENT, EEXIST and EINVAL errors
 
shmget03 
test for ENOSPC error
 
shmget04 
test for EACCES error
 
shmget05 
test for EACCES error
 
sigaction01 
Test some features of sigaction (see below for more details)
 
sigaction02 
Testcase to check the basic errnos set by the sigaction(2) syscall.
 
sigaltstack01 
Send a signal using the main stack. While executing the signal handler compare a variable's address lying on the main stack with the stack boundaries returned by sigaltstack().
 
sigaltstack02 
Verify that, 1. sigaltstack() fails and sets errno to EINVAL when "ss_flags" field pointed to by 'ss' contains invalid flags. 2. sigaltstack() fails and sets errno to ENOMEM when the size of alternate stack area is less than MINSIGSTKSZ.
 
sighold02 
Basic test for the sighold02(2) system call.
 
signal01 
set the signal handler to our own function
 
signal02 
Test that we get an error using illegal signals
 
signal03 
Boundary value and other invalid value checking of signal setup and signal sending.
 
signal04 
restore signals to default behavior
 
signal05 
set signals to be ignored
 
sigprocmask01 
Verify that sigprocmask() succeeds to examine and change the calling process's signal mask. Also, verify that sigpending() succeeds to store signal mask that are blocked from delivery and pending for the calling process.
 
sigrelse01 
Basic test for the sigrelse(2) system call.
 
sigsuspend01 
Verify that sigsuspend() succeeds to change process's current signal mask with the specified signal mask and suspends the process execution until the delivery of a signal.
 
socket01 
Verify that socket() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
socketpair01 
Verify that socketpair() returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
sockioctl01 
Verify that ioctl() on sockets returns the proper errno for various failure cases
 
stat01 
Verify that, stat(2) succeeds to get the status of a file and fills the stat structure elements.
 
stat02 
Verify that, stat(2) succeeds to get the status of a file and fills the stat structure elements though process doesn't have read access to the file.
 
stat03 
Verify that, 1) stat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EACCES if search permission is denied on a component of the path prefix. 2) stat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOENT if the specified file does not exists or empty string. 3) stat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EFAULT if pathname points outside user's accessible address space. 4) stat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENAMETOOLONG if the pathname component is too long. 5) stat(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOTDIR if the directory component in pathname is not a directory.
 
stat05 
Basic test for the stat05(2) system call.
 
statfs01 
Basic test for the statfs(2) system call.
 
statfs02 
Testcase to check that statfs(2) sets errno correctly.
 
stime01 
Verify that the system call stime() successfully sets the system's idea of data and time if invoked by "root" user.
 
stime02 
Verify that the system call stime() fails to set the system's idea of data and time if invoked by "non-root" user.
 
symlink01 
Test of various file function calls, such as rename or open, on a symbolic link file.
 
symlink02 
Basic test for the symlink(2) system call.
 
symlink03 
Verify that, 1) symlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EACCES if search/write permission is denied in the directory where the symbolic link is being created. 2) symlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EEXIST if the specified symbolic link already exists. 3) symlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EFAULT if the specified file or symbolic link points to invalid address. 4) symlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENAMETOOLONG if the pathname component of symbolic link is too long (ie, > PATH_MAX). 5) symlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOTDIR if the directory component in pathname of symbolic link is not a directory. 6) symlink(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOENT if the component of symbolic link points to an empty string.
 
symlink04 
Verify that, symlink will succeed to creat a symbolic link of an existing object name path.
 
symlink05 
Verify that, symlink will succeed to creat a symbolic link of an non-existing object name path.
 
sysctl01 
Testcase for testing the basic functionality of sysctl(2) system call. This testcase attempts to read the kernel parameters using sysctl({CTL_KERN, KERN_ }, ...) and compares it with the known values.
 
sysctl03 
Testcase to check that sysctl(2) sets errno to EPERM correctly.
 
sysctl04 
Testcase to check that sysctl(2) sets errno to ENOTDIR
 
sysctl05 
Testcase to check that sysctl(2) sets errno to EFAULT
 
tcpdump 
test the basic functionality of `tcpdump`.
 
telnet01 
Tests the basic functionality of `telnet`.
 
time-schedule 
This programme will determine the context switch (scheduling) overhead on a system. It takes into account SMP machines. True context switches are measured.
 
time01 
Basic test for the time(2) system call.
 
time02 
Verify that time(2) returns the value of time in seconds since the Epoch and stores this value in the memory pointed to by the parameter.
 
times01 
Basic test for the times(2) system call.
 
times02 
Testcase to test that times() sets errno correctly
 
times03 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of the times() system call.
 
trace_sched 
This utility spawns N tasks, each task sets its priority by making a system call to the scheduler. The thread fun ction reads the priority that tbe schedular sets for this task and also reads from /proc the processor this task last executed on the information that is gathered by the thread function may be in real-time. Its only an approximation.
 
truncate01 
Verify that, truncate(2) succeeds to truncate a file to a specified length.
 
truncate02 
Verify that, truncate(2) succeeds to truncate a file to a certain length, but the attempt to read past the truncated length will fail.
 
truncate03 
Verify that, 1) truncate(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EACCES if search/write permission denied for the process on the component of the path prefix or named file. 2) truncate(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOTDIR if the component of the path prefix is not a directory. 3) truncate(2) returns -1 and sets errno to EFAULT if pathname points outside user's accessible address space. 4) truncate(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENAMETOOLONG if the component of a pathname exceeded 255 characters or entire pathname exceeds 1023 characters. 5) truncate(2) returns -1 and sets errno to ENOENT if the named file does not exist.
 
umask01 
Basic test for the umask(2) system call.
 
umask02 
Check that umask changes the mask, and that the previous value of the mask is returned correctly for each value.
 
umask03 
Check that umask changes the mask, and that the previous value of the mask is returned correctly for each value.
 
uname01 
Basic test for the uname(2) system call.
 
uname02 
Call uname() with an invalid address to produce a failure
 
uname03 
Call uname() and make sure it succeeds
 
unlink05 
Basic test for the unlink(2) system call.
 
unlink06 
Test for the unlink(2) system call of a FIFO.
 
unlink07 
Tests for error handling for the unlink(2) system call.
 
unlink08 
More tests for error handling for the unlink(2) system call.
 
utime01 
Verify that the system call utime() successfully sets the modification and access times of a file to the current time, if the times argument is null, and the user ID of the process is "root".
 
utime02 
Verify that the system call utime() successfully sets the modification and access times of a file to the current time, under the following constraints, - The times argument is null. - The user ID of the process is not "root". - The file is owned by the user ID of the process.
 
utime03 
Verify that the system call utime() successfully sets the modification and access times of a file to the current time, under the following constraints, - The times argument is null. - The user ID of the process is not "root". - The file is not owned by the user ID of the process. - The user ID of the process has write access to the file.
 
utime04 
Verify that the system call utime() successfully sets the modification and access times of a file to the time specified by times argument, if the times argument is not null, and the user ID of the process is "root".
 
utime05 
Verify that the system call utime() successfully sets the modification and access times of a file to the value specified by the times argument under the following constraints, - The times argument is not null, - The user ID of the process is not "root". - The file is owned by the user ID of the process.
 
utime06 
1. Verify that the system call utime() fails to set the modification and access times of a file to the current time, under the following constraints, - The times argument is null. - The user ID of the process is not "root". - The file is not owned by the user ID of the process. - The user ID of the process does not have write access to the file. 2. Verify that the system call utime() fails to set the modification and access times of a file if the specified file doesn't exist.
 
vfork01 
Fork a process using vfork() and verify that, the attribute values like euid, ruid, suid, egid, rgid, sgid, umask, inode and device number of root and current working directories are same as that of the parent process.
 
vfork02 
Fork a process using vfork() and verify that, the pending signals in the parent are not pending in the child process.
 
vhangup01 
Check the return value, and errno of vhangup(2) when a non-root user calls vhangup().
 
vhangup02 
To test the basic functionality of vhangup(2)
 
wait02 
Basic test for wait(2) system call.
 
wait401 
check that a call to wait4() correctly waits for a child process to exit
 
wait402 
check for ECHILD errno when using an illegal pid value
 
waitpid01 
Check that when a child kills itself by generating an alarm exception, the waiting parent is correctly notified.
 
waitpid02 
Check that when a child kills itself by generating an integer zero divide exception, the waiting parent is correctly notified.
 
waitpid03 
Check that parent waits unitl specific child has returned.
 
waitpid04 
test to check the error conditions in waitpid sys call
 
waitpid05 
Check that when a child kills itself with a kill statement after determining its process id by using getpid, the parent receives a correct report of the cause of its death. This also indirectly checks that getpid returns the correct process id.
 
waitpid06 
Tests to see if pid's returned from fork and waitpid are same.
 
waitpid07 
Tests to see if pid's returned from fork and waitpid are same.
 
waitpid08 
Tests to see if pid's returned from fork and waitpid are same
 
waitpid09 
Check ability of parent to wait until child returns, and that the child's process id is returned through the waitpid. Check that waitpid returns immediately if no child is present.
 
waitpid10 
Tests to see if pid's returned from fork and waitpid are same
 
waitpid11 
Tests to see if pid's returned from fork and waitpid are same
 
waitpid12 
Tests to see if pid's returned from fork and waitpid are same
 
waitpid13 
Tests to see if pid's returned from fork and waitpid are same
 
write01 
Basic test for write(2) system call.
 
write02 
Basic functionality test: does the return from write match the count of the number of bytes written.
 
write03 
Testcase to check that write(2) doesn't corrupt a file when it fails
 
write04 
Testcase to check that write() sets errno to EAGAIN
 
write05 
Check the return value, and errnos of write(2) - when the file descriptor is invalid - EBADF - when the buf parameter is invalid - EFAULT - on an attempt to write to a pipe that is not open for reading - EPIPE
 
writev01 
Testcase to check the basic functionality of writev(2) system call.
 
writev02 
In these testcases, writev() is called with partially valid data to be written in a sparse file.
 
writev03 
The testcases are written calling writev() with partially valid data to overwrite the contents, to write in the beginning and to write in the end of the file.
 
writev04 
The testcases are written calling writev() with partially valid data to overwrite the contents, to write in the beginning and to write in the end of the file. This is same as writev03, but the length of buffer used here is 8192 bytes.
 
writev05 
These testcases are written to test writev() on sparse files. This is same as writev02. But the initial write() with valid data is done at the beginning of the file.