Improving Samba 3 automated testing
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Fri Mar 3 14:23:46 GMT 2006
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Jim McDonough wrote:
> I was thinking that we could have some way of flagging
> individual tests as to whether they would be for a samba3 run
> or not. The default would be to say 'no', and one by one we
> can allow the tests for samba3 runs.
> If you think I'm smoking something, say so :-)
> I just think trying to periodicaly pull over samba4 torture code into
> samba3 will be a bigger headache than this.
Yeah. I just thing "if [ -f smbtorture4 ]; then run_samba4_tests.sh fi"
is enough. Volker's comments about what should and should not be
expected to pass are valid though. That is a bigger issue.
IMO we should only run those tests that are expected to pass rather
than trying to filter the output. This probably means modifying
smbtorture some to group tests differently.
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