[lttng-dev] Stress tests added to ctf testsuite
alexmonthy at voxpopuli.im
Sun Nov 16 18:12:25 EST 2014
We can run scripts, yeah. But, as far as I understand it, the ./run.sh
scripts require passing a CTF_READER_BIN executable, which we don't have
during the testing phase.
Another advantage of using parameterized tests is that it creates one
JUnit test for every instance that is created at run-time (here, one per
test trace to test). This way they show up individually in test reports
. And if one of them fails, at the end we know which one did, and not
just "something failed in the script".
I see how the test files can be big, so generating *everything* may not
be desirable. Could it be per test then? Or even part of the Python
scripts themselves? (generate -> test -> clean, have a default array of
sizes to generate, user can specify other sizes?)
 For example:
On 2014-11-16 03:49 PM, Mathieu Desnoyers wrote:
> Can you modify Junit, or use a different test system,
> to allow calling scripts instead ? I expect we will end up having
> much more automatically generated test-cases over time, and the more
> we will have, the less sense it will make to generate them all at
> test start.
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Alexandre Montplaisir" <alexmonthy at voxpopuli.im>
>> To: "Mathieu Desnoyers" <mathieu.desnoyers at efficios.com>, "Matthew Khouzam" <matthew.khouzam at ericsson.com>
>> Cc: "lttng-dev" <lttng-dev at lists.lttng.org>, "Trace Compass Developer Discussions" <tracecompass-dev at eclipse.org>
>> Sent: Sunday, November 16, 2014 9:39:44 PM
>> Subject: Re: Stress tests added to ctf testsuite
>> Hi Mathieu,
>> Looks great! Preliminary testing shows that Trace Compass also blows up
>> in many different ways, but hey that's expected ;)
>> If I may suggest, having a script, either shell or Python, to just
>> generate/clean the test traces would be very useful.
>> We don't use the run.sh scripts in CI (we're within JUnit tests, there
>> is no executable at that point), we just look at the trace directories
>> and try to run everything in there. If there was a simple way to "create
>> everything" and then "clean everything" it would make it easier to
>> integrate in our (and I guess others') build system.
>> On 2014-11-16 11:41 AM, Mathieu Desnoyers wrote:
>>> If you look at
>>> I just pushed various CTF stress-tests, and did some
>>> general cleanup in the tree (e.g. renaming tests to
>>> meaningful names).
>>> Have fun!
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