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This purpose of this wiki is to document ongoing and existing testing which target the Linux kernel. If a bot testing project has its own page we provide references to their page, otherwise this wiki is used as the home for documenting such efforts.
These are the scripted tests in place upstream on the Linux kernel under the
'kselftest' target of the top level Makefile. The tests are in place under tools/testing/selftests. This project has its own dedicated wiki:
These are the semantic tests in place in the kernel under the
'coccicheck' target of the top level Makefile. For more details refer to the coccicheck page.
These tests consists of a series of semantic patches written in Semantic Patch Language (SmPL) and make use of the Coccinelle engine. They can help you vet for correctness and avoid certain bugs which have been able to be expressed semantically.
SmPL patches exist for these different types of categories:
The Linux Zero Day tests are tests..
A series of performance-related test run against the Linux kernel. These tests are used by the SUSE performance team to continually test the Linux kernel for performance. See Mel Gorman's blog announcing it. There are 4 components to
The inventory management does not have a specific name as it's different depending on where Marvin is setup.