On 04/30/2012 06:59 AM, Stefan Hajnoczi wrote:
On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 8:12 PM, Anthony Liguori<anth...@codemonkey.ws>  wrote:
On 04/28/2012 09:34 AM, Paolo Bonzini wrote:

Il 28/04/2012 03:45, Zhi Yong Wu ha scritto:

It's based on qemu-iotests, so the structure is familiar but uses
sg3-utils to send SCSI commands instead of qemu-io.

I think that those tests should be ran in guest, qemu-iotests has been
merged into QEMU upstream, and those tests in it are mainly executed
in host. Then will these scsi tests be maintained out of qemu-iotests?

Yes, we can run these in qemu-test if Anthony adds sg_utils to qemu-jeos.

FWIW, it ought to be trivial to setup a small Fedora guest that can run
qemu-test tests.

The only trouble is it'll run slower than qemu-jeos and we can't easily host
binaries.  It also won't work for most architectures other than x86.

It's not ideal but if we had a kickstart file or another way of
building the guest with a single command, then at least regular QEMU
SCSI contributors and maintainers can use the test suite - I think a
Fedora guest would be fine.

At some point, I'll poke around and integrate sg3-utils into qemu-jeos but for now the most expedient thing would be to use a fedora guest.


Anthony Liguori


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