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+#
+# Config file for autotest.pl
+#
+# Note, all paths must be absolute
+#
+
+# Almost all options may be overwritten per test run, by appending
+# a [x] to the config. For example, to change the test type for
+# the third iteration of tests, you can specify:
+# (1 is for the first test, 2 for the second, and so on)
+#
+# TEST_TYPE[3] = build
+#
+# The options that can not be changed like this are:
+# NUM_TESTS
+# LOG_FILE
+# CLEAR_LOG
+# POWEROFF_ON_SUCCESS
+# REBOOT_ON_SUCCESS
+#
+
+#### Mandatory Config Options ####
+
+# The machine hostname that you will test
+#MACHINE = target
+
+# The box is expected to have ssh on normal bootup, provide the user
+# (most likely root, since you need privileged operations)
+#SSH_USER = root
+
+# The directory that contains the Linux source code
+#BUILD_DIR = /home/test/linux.git
+
+# The directory that the objects will be built
+# (can not be same as BUILD_DIR)
+#OUTPUT_DIR = /home/test/build/target
+
+# The location of the compiled file to copy to the target
+# (relative to OUTPUT_DIR)
+#BUILD_TARGET = arch/x86/boot/bzImage
+
+# The place to put your image on the test machine
+#TARGET_IMAGE = /boot/vmlinuz-test
+
+# A script or command to reboot the box
+# Here is a digital loggers power switch example
+#POWER_CYCLE = wget --no-proxy -O /dev/null -q --auth-no-challenge 'http://admin:admin@power/outlet?5=CCL'
+# Here is an example to reboot a virtual box on the current host
+# with the name "Guest".
+#POWER_CYCLE = virsh list | grep '\<Guest\>' | awk '{printf ("%d", $1)}' | xargs virsh destroy; sleep 5; virsh start Guest
+
+# The script or command that reads the console
+# If you use ttywatch server, something like the following would work.
+#CONSOLE = nc -d localhost 3001
+# For a virtual machine with guest name "Guest".
+#CONSOLE = virsh console `virsh list | grep '\<Guest\>' | awk '{printf ("%d", $1)}'`
+
+# Required version ending to differentiate the test
+# from other linux builds on the system.
+#LOCALVERSION = -test
+
+# The grub title name for the test kernel to boot
+# (Only mandatory if REBOOT_TYPE = grub)
+#
+# For example, if in the /boot/grub/menu.lst the test kernel title has:
+# title Test Kernel
+#GRUB_MENU = Test Kernel
+
+# A script to reboot the target into the test kernel
+# (Only mandatory if REBOOT_TYPE = script)
+#REBOOT_SCRIPT =
+
+#### Optional Config Options (all have defaults) ####
+
+# The number of tests to run (default 5)
+#NUM_TESTS = 5
+
+# The default test type (default test)
+# The test types may be:
+# build - only build the kernel, do nothing else
+# boot - build and boot the kernel
+# test - build, boot and if TEST is set, run the test script
+# bisect - Perform a bisect on the kernel (see BISECT_TYPE below)
+# patchcheck - Do a test on a series of commits in git (see PATCHCHECK below)
+#TEST_TYPE = test
+
+# The build type is any make config type or a command.
+# (default randconfig)
+# nobuild - skip the clean and build step
+#BUILD_TYPE = randconfig
+
+# The make command (default make)
+# If you are building a 32bit x86 on a 64 bit host
+#MAKE_CMD = CC=i386-gcc AS=i386-as make ARCH=i386
+
+# Way to reboot the box to the test kernel.
+# Only valid options so far are "grub" and "script"
+# (default grub)
+# If you specify grub, it will assume grub version 1
+# and will search in /boot/grub/menu.lst for the title $GRUB_MENU
+# and select that target to reboot to the kernel. If this is not
+# your setup, then specify "script" and have a command or script
+# specified in REBOOT_SCRIPT to boot to the target.
+#REBOOT_TYPE = grub
+
+# Line to define success in output. (default "login:")
+# This is what the line contains, not the entire line. If you need
+# the entire line to match, then use regural expression syntax like
+# ^MyBox Login:$
+#SUCCESS_LINE = login:
+
+# As the test reads the console, after it hits the SUCCESS_LINE
+# the time it waits for the monitor to settle down between reads
+# can usually be lowered.
+# (in seconds) (default 1)
+#BOOTED_TIMEOUT = 1
+
+# The timeout in seconds when we consider the box hung after
+# the console stop producing output.
+# (default 120)
+#TIMEOUT = 120
+
+# The location on the host where to write temp files
+# (default /tmp/autotest)
+#TMP_DIR = /tmp/autotest
+
+# In between tests, a reboot of the box may occur, and this
+# is the time to wait for the console after it stops producing
+# output. Some machines may not produce a large lag on reboot
+# so this should accommodate it.
+# (default 60)
+#SLEEP_TIME = 60
+
+# The time in between bisects to sleep (in seconds)
+# Can be less than SLEEP_TIME since bisects do more work
+# in between boots. (default 60)
+#BISECT_SLEEP_TIME = 60
+
+# Build without doing a make mrproper, or removing .config
+# (default 0)
+#BUILD_NOCLEAN = 0
+
+# Reboot the target box on error (default 0)
+#REBOOT_ON_ERROR = 0
+
+# Power off the target on error (ignored if REBOOT_ON_ERROR is set)
+# (default 0)
+#POWEROFF_ON_ERROR = 0
+
+# Power off the target after all tests have completed successfully
+# (default 0)
+#POWEROFF_ON_SUCCESS = 0
+
+# Reboot the target after all test completed successfully (default 1)
+# (ignored if POWEROFF_ON_SUCCESS is set)
+#REBOOT_ON_SUCCESS = 1
+
+# Stop testing if a build fails. If set, the script will end if
+# a failure is detected, otherwise it will save off the .config,
+# dmesg and bootlog in a directory called
+# MACHINE-TEST_TYPE_BUILD_TYPE-fail-yyyymmddhhmmss
+# if the STORE_FAILURES directory is set.
+# (default 1)
+# Note, even if this is set to zero, there are some errors that still
+# stop the tests.
+#DIE_ON_FAILURE = 1
+
+# Directory to store failure directories on failure. If this is not
+# set, DIE_ON_FAILURE=0 will not save off the .config, dmesg and
+# bootlog.
+#STORE_FAILURES = /home/test/failures
+
+# A script or command to power off the box (default undef)
+# Needed for POWEROFF_ON_ERROR and SUCCESS
+# Example for digital loggers power switch:
+#POWER_OFF = wget --no-proxy -O /dev/null -q --auth-no-challenge 'http://admin:admin@power/outlet?5=OFF'
+# Example for a virtual guest call "Guest".
+#POWER_OFF = virsh list | grep '\<GuestF12\>' | awk '{printf ("%d", $1)}' | xargs virsh destroy
+
+# Any build options for the make (default "")
+#BUILD_OPTIONS = -j20
+
+# Optional log file to write the status (recommended)
+# (default undef)
+#LOG_FILE = /home/test/logfiles/target.log
+
+# Remove old logfile if it exists before starting all tests.
+# (default 0)
+#CLEAR_LOG = 0
+
+# Test to run if there is a successful boot and TEST_TYPE is test.
+# Must exit with 0 on success and non zero on error
+# default (undef)
+#TEST = ssh user@machine /root/run_test
+#TEST[1] = ssh root@mxtest /root/run_test
+
+# The min config that is needed to build for the machine
+# A nice way to get this to work, is to do a "lsmod > mymods" on the target
+# copy it to the build server, and then run "make LSMOD=mymods localyesconfig".
+# Then copy all the options that are set: "grep '^CONFIG' > /home/test/config-min"
+#
+# You might want to set:
+# CONFIG_CMDLINE="<your options here>"
+# randconfig may set the above and override your real command
+# line options.
+# (default undef)
+#MIN_CONFIG = /home/test/config-min
+
+# Sometimes there's options that just break the boot and
+# you do not care about. Here are a few:
+# # CONFIG_STAGING is not set
+# Staging drivers are horrible, and can break the build.
+# # CONFIG_SCSI_DEBUG is not set
+# SCSI_DEBUG may change your root partition
+# # CONFIG_KGDB_SERIAL_CONSOLE is not set
+# KGDB may cause oops waiting for a connection that's not there.
+# This option points to the file containing config options that will be prepended
+# to the MIN_CONFIG (or be the MIN_CONFIG if it is not set)
+# before running it through randconfig
+# (default undef)
+#ADD_CONFIG = /home/test/config-broken
+
+#### Per test run options ####
+# These are options are per build only. The only exist with the [x]
+# syntax, and there is no general option.
+#
+# All are optional and undef by default
+#
+# CHECKOUT[x] = branch
+#
+# If the BUILD_DIR is a git repository, then you can set this option
+# to checkout the given branch before running the TEST. If you
+# specify this for the first run, that branch will be used for
+# all preceding tests until a new CHECKOUT[x] is set.
+#
+# For TEST_TYPE[x] = patchcheck
+#
+# This expects the BUILD_DIR to be a git repository, and
+# will checkout the PATCHCHECK_START[x].
+#
+# PATCHCHECK_START[x] is required and is the first patch to
+# test (the SHA1 of the commit).
+#
+# PATCHCHECK_END[x] is the last patch to check (default HEAD)
+#
+# PATCHCHECK_TYPE[x] is required and is the type of test to run:
+# build, boot, test.
+#
+# Note, the build test will look for warnings, if a warning occurred
+# in a file that a commit touches, the build will fail.
+#
+# If BUILD_NOCLEAN is set, then make mrproper will not be run on
+# any of the builds, just like all other TEST_TYPE tests. But
+# what makes patchcheck different from the other tests, is if
+# BUILD_NOCLEAN is not set, only the first and last patch run
+# make mrproper. This helps speed up the test.
+#
+# Example:
+# TEST_TYPE[1] = patchcheck
+# CHECKOUT[1] = mybranch
+# PATCHCHECK_TYPE[1] = boot
+# PATCHCHECK_START[1] = 747e94ae3d1b4c9bf5380e569f614eb9040b79e7
+# PATCHCHEKC_END[1] = b8b2663bd7c9da04ac804659b9f617c199d0252c
+#
+#
+# For TEST_TYPE[x] = bisect
+#
+# You can specify a git bisect if the BUILD_DIR is a git repository.
+# The MIN_CONFIG will be used for all builds of the bisect. The build type
+# used for bisecting is oldconfig.
+#
+# BISECT_TYPE[x] is the type of test to perform:
+# build - bad fails to build
+# boot - bad builds but fails to boot
+# test - bad boots but fails a test
+#
+# BISECT_GOOD[x] is the commit (SHA1) to label as good
+# BISECT_BAD[x] is the commit to label as bad
+#
+# The above three options are required for a bisect operation.
+#
+# BISECT_REPLAY[x] = /path/to/replay/file (optional, default undefined)
+#
+# If an operation failed in the bisect that was not expected to
+# fail. Then the test ends. The state of the BUILD_DIR will be
+# left off at where the failur occurred. You can examine the
+# reason for the failure, and perhaps even find a git commit
+# that would work to continue with. You can run:
+#
+# git bisect log > /path/to/replay/file
+#
+# and if BISECT_REPLAY[x] is set, the test will run git bisect replay
+# before continuing with the bisect.
+#
+# BISECT_START[x] = commit (optional, default undefined)
+#
+# As with BISECT_REPLAY[x], if the test failed on a commit that
+# just happen to have a bad commit in the middle of the bisect,
+# and you need to skip it. If BISECT_START[x] is defined, it
+# will checkout that commit before continuing with the bisect.
+#
+# Note, BISECT_REPLAY[x] is executed before BISECT_START[x].
+#
+# BISECT_REVERSE[x] = 1 (optional, default 0)
+#
+# In those strange instances where it was broken forever
+# and you are trying to find where it started to work!
+# Set BISECT_GOOD[x] to the commit that was last known to fail
+# Set BISECT_BAD[x] to the commit that is known where it started
+# to work. With BISECT_REVERSE[x] = 1, The test will consider
+# failures as good, and success as bad.
+#
+# BISECT_CHECK[x] = 1 (optional, default 0)
+#
+# Just to be sure the good is good and bad is bad, setting
+# BISECT_CHECK[x] to 1 will start the bisect by first checking
+# out BISECT_BAD[x] and makes sure it fails, then it will check
+# out BISECT_GOOD[x] and makes sure it succeeds before starting
+# the bisect (it works for BISECT_REVERSE[x] too).
+#
+# You can limit the test to just check BISECT_GOOD[x] or
+# BISECT_BAD[x] with BISECT_CHECK[x] = good or
+# BISECT_CHECK[x] = bad, respectively.
+#
+# Example:
+# TEST_TYPE[1] = bisect
+# BISECT_GOOD[1] = v2.6.36
+# BISECT_BAD[1] = b5153163ed580e00c67bdfecb02b2e3843817b3e
+# BISECT_TYPE[1] = build
+# MIN_CONFIG[1] = /home/test/config-bisect