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RE: Request for suggested test cases
Sorry for the delay in response. Your mail went to owner-ltp
(that's currently me) and I was out of the office.
I'm copying this reply to firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> so the
rest of the project
members see it at well.
I'm not sure what you are looking for. You mention "kernel release."
The doio tests are intended for file system testing. If you are asking
about additional command lines for doio for broader coverage of the
FS, I'm hoping the FS testing folks can jump in.
If you're asking about general kernel coverage, doio will only cover the
FS portion of the kernel. Additional tests will be added (soon, I hope) to
for the other areas of the kernel. If there are specific areas of the
kernel you are
concerned about, please send them to the firstname.lastname@example.org
<mailto:email@example.com> address so we get
those concerns in the archive and people responding to them.
Thanks for your interest! I hope we can help!
From: Derek Tattersall [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, May 16, 2000 7:05 PM
Subject: Request for suggested test cases
I downloaded ltp today and got it running with no sweat. Hats off to
y'all for a nice tool. Do you have any suggestions for a file system
newbie who wants to stress the file system for the next release?
I have run most of the cases suggested in the README in the doio
directory, but I don't really have a feeling for what mix of tests would
be appropriate for a kernel release.
Any help, suggestions or words of wisdom are gratefully received.
Derek Tattersall email@example.com