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Revision as of 12:19, 15 October 2010

Overview

The OpenEmbedded Testing branch is a git branch of the OE metadata with the goal of providing a recent snapshot of OE that is known to be build-able for a subset of distros, machines, images, and host workstations. The goal of this effort is twofold:

  1. the testing branch represents a reasonably stable version of OE that builds for most tested combinations
  2. for all tested combinations, we list the last known-good-build tag so that users can always start with something that will build

The test combinations are:

machine distro target workstation bitbake tester last successful build Current issues
beagleboard angstrom-2008.1 beagleboard-linuxtag2010-demo-image Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit User:Cbrake testing_2010-10-08
beagleboard angstrom-2008.1 console-image Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit User:Cbrake testing_2010-10-08
bug20 angstrom-2008.1 openjdk-6 Debian Unstable 64-bit 1.10 Stefan testing_2010-10-08
efikamx minimal native-sdk-image Ubuntu 10.10 64-bit User:khem testing_2010-09-27
omap5912osk minimal native-sdk-image Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit User:khem testing_2010-10-08
qemuarm minimal native-sdk-image Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit User:khem testing_2010-10-08
qemumips minimal native-sdk-image Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit User:khem testing_2010-10-08
qemuppc minimal native-sdk-image Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit User:khem testing_2010-10-08
qemush4 minimal native-sdk-image Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit User:khem GCC 4.5 fails on multlib options for sh3/ml |
qemux86 minimal native-sdk-image Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit User:khem testing_2010-10-08
qemumipsel minimal x11-image Slackware 13.1 64-bit grg testing_2010-10-04
qemuarm angstrom-2010.x x11-gpe-image Fedora 12 32-bit User:gthomas testing_2010-09-07 testing_2010-09-13 fails to build xf86-input-mouse
qemuarm angstrom-2010.x opie-image Fedora 12 32-bit User:gthomas testing_2010-09-07
qemuarm angstrom-2010.x opie-kdepim-image Fedora 12 32-bit User:gthomas None fails to build pwmpi
beagleboard angstrom-2008.1 angstrom-gnome-image Ubuntu 9.10 32-bit User:gthomas testing_2010-08-30
beagleboard angstrom-2010.x beagleboard-linuxtag2010-demo-image Fedora 12 32-bit User:gthomas None fails to build ti-dsplink if /opt is writeable
qemuarm angstrom-2008.1 x11-gpe-image Fedora 12 32-bit User:gthomas testing_2010-10-04
beagleboard angstrom-2008.1 x11-gpe-image Fedora 12 32-bit User:gthomas testing_2010-10-04
imote2 angstrom-2008.1 imote2-image Gentoo User:jic23 testing_2010-10-08
imote2 angstrom-2010.x imote2-image Gentoo User:jic23 testing_2010-09-27 Testing 2010-10-04 failed on udev 151 - looks like it might be a random compiler glitch. http://tinderbox.openembedded.net/public/logs/task/8417935.txt. Still failing with 2010-10-08
hipox angstrom-2008.1 minimal-image openSUSE 11.3 32-bit 1.8.18 Sledz [2] testing_2010-10-15
hipox angstrom-2008.1 console-image openSUSE 11.3 32-bit 1.8.18 Sledz [2] testing_2010-10-15
hipox angstrom-2008.1 angstrom-gnome-image openSUSE 11.3 32-bit 1.8.18 Sledz [2] None testing_2010-10-08: do_configure epiphany failed
hipox angstrom-2008.1 angstrom-x-image openSUSE 11.3 32-bit 1.8.18 Sledz [2] None testing_2010-09-20: do_configure epiphany failed
neek minimal console-image Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit 1.10 eFfeM [1] None testing_2010-10-08: fails (mirror to fetch nios2 kernel is down)
nslu2le slugos slugos-image Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit 1.10 eFfeM [1] testing_2010-10-08
nslu2be slugos slugos-image Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit 1.10 eFfeM [1] testing_2010-10-08
calamari minimal console-image Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit 1.10 eFfeM [1] testing_2010-09-27 testing_2010-10-08: fails building libgee-native (configure): http://tinderbox.openembedded.net/builds/94014/
mpc8313e-rdb minimal console-image Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit 1.10 eFfeM [1] testing_2010-09-27 testing_2010-10-08: fails building libgee-native
sheevaplug minimal console-image Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit 1.10 eFfeM [1] testing_2010-09-27 testing_2010-10-08: fails building libgee-native
ts72xx angstrom-2008.1 minimal-image Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit master ynezz testing_2010-10-08
ts72xx angstrom-2010.x minimal-image Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit master ynezz testing_2010-10-08

[1] Testing done by eFfeM. Resources kindly provided by Axon Digital Design
[2] Testing done by Sledz. Resources kindly provided by DResearch Digital Media Systems GmbH

Testing Procedure

The general process for managing the testing branch is:

  1. Starting at approximately 9PM GMT of every week, the dev.openembedded.org branch is branched to the testing-next branch.
  2. Whoever creates the testing-next branch sends an email to the oe-devel list with a subject of "testing branch YYYY-MM-DD". All volunteers start a clean build and build the combinations they test, update the above chart, and report status/issues as replies to the above email.
  3. If most combinations build by following Thursday, the testing-next branch is merged to the testing branch. Regardless, the repository is tagged with the testing_YYYY-MM-DD tag. An annotated tag is used with a message that includes a text copy of the above table with variations that have been tested building for this cycle. The reason we tag after testing is complete is so that we can include status in the annotated tag. This way information about what was tested with each tagged version is captured in the repository. A link is added for easy reference to the log below.
  4. If a build fails, then issues are reported, and we try to get issues fixed before the next weeks testing cycle.
  5. Not every combination is tested on every cycle, due to availability of testers, so we list the last known built version in the above chart. Testers are responsible for updating the above chart.
  6. All testers are encouraged to use Tinderbox so problems are automatically reported and logged, and issues in the above chart can be linked to Tinderbox.

We strongly encourage chip and SBC/Module vendors to become involved in this effort to ensure OE works for your platforms.

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