[Fuego] Kernel 4.14 test results on porter

Liu, Wenlong liuwl.fnst at cn.fujitsu.com
Sun Jan 14 08:47:03 UTC 2018


Hi,

Sorry, I got a mistake in my previous mail.
MMC can be used normally in kernel 4.14 on porter, so just ignore the issue:1 in my pre-mail.
Thanks.

The test results report in the pre-mail is correct.
Now, I have two questions,
1. Benchmark.netpipe failed, error msg as below:
   ...
   Send and receive buffers are 16384 and 87380 bytes
   (A bug in Linux doubles the requested buffer sizes)
   Using a perturbation value of 2
   ...
   I didn't know much about it, so could someone tell me if it's a real bug?
2. About the BSP drivers tests[1], those tests can be used on porter?

Thanks.

[1] https://github.com/Jinzai-solution/SALVATOR_SHELL

Best regards
Liu

> -----Original Message-----
> From: fuego-bounces at lists.linuxfoundation.org
> [mailto:fuego-bounces at lists.linuxfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Liu,
> Wenlong
> Sent: Friday, January 12, 2018 3:50 PM
> To: linux-renesas-soc at vger.kernel.org
> Cc: fuego at lists.linuxfoundation.org
> Subject: [Fuego] Kernel 4.14 test results on porter
> 
> Hi, friends
> 
> Porter board has been used for evaluations and product development, and
> so did we.
> I have done some tests and validation on the porter with the 4.14 kernel
> recently.
> Glad to expand this test results to Renesas Kernel Team.
> I also CCed the Fuego Team, because the latest Fuego was used to do such
> a overall test and I also want to share the test results to them.
> 
> The following tests have been done:
> 1. Functional.LTP: syscalls fs fsx dio io mm ipc math nptl pty admin_tools
> timers commands sched crashme 2. Most Functional&Benchmark tests in Fuego
> 3. BSP drivers tests
> 
> According to test log, it seems that there no big issue, but:
> 1. In order to boot successfully, I have to use the nfs or sdx as the rootfs(it
> seems that the mmc can't be used).
> 2. Benchmark.netpipe failed, error msg as below:
>    ...
>    Send and receive buffers are 16384 and 87380 bytes
>    (A bug in Linux doubles the requested buffer sizes)
>    Using a perturbation value of 2
>    ...
> 
> For the drivers test, I have checked this repository[1].
> The BSP driver tests have been done on porter, but there are many failed
> cases than I thought.
> It seems that those configurations and tests are not very clear to me yet.
> So, who can tell me how to do those tests properly on porter?
> (@Fuego, maybe those BSP driver tests could also be added into Fuego in
> the future)
> 
> --
> The test result format of the attachment is same with the shared report
> of Khiem-san before. Thanks.
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> [1] https://github.com/Jinzai-solution/SALVATOR_SHELL
> 
> Best regards
> Liu
> 
> 





More information about the Fuego mailing list