The NetBSD testbed testbed
The following links lead to reports from automated builds and tests of
The following tests are run somewhat regularly:
- amd64-baremetal, automated network installs and tests of NetBSD-current/amd64 on a physical machine
The rest are run manually as the need arises:
- i386, now using NVMM acceleration
- amd64, now using NVMM acceleration
- i386-linuxhost, NetBSD-current/i386 cross-built and cross-tested on a Linux host, sometimes using KVM acceleration
- i386-debug, NetBSD-current/i386 built with MKDEBUG=YES and (since October 2013) MKX11=YES.
- vax, currently unable to run the ATF tests because of broken C++ exception handling suppport
These reports are generated using pre-release versions of the
"bracket" test fixture, which are tested here before being put in
production on the official NetBSD testbeds, babylon5.netbsd.org and
other words, this could be considered a testbed for the testbed.
For most purposes, the
Official Test Run Logs
should be used in preference to these, but these results can sometimes be useful, for example
if it is suspected that a test failure on the official testbed
is not caused by an actual NetBSD bug but by some failure specific to that testbed instance.
Some differences between these tests and the official ones are:
- These tests are run on a far less regular schedule
- These reports may have new features that are not (yet) on the official testbed
- These reports may have new bugs which will hopefully be caught here in time to not appear on the official testbed
- There may be additional tests of non-default configurations that are not tested on the official testbeds
- The i386 test results here cover a longer period of historical data, going back to December 2008
- These tests may be hosted on a different version of NetBSD, or on Linux.
- These tests may be run using a different version of qemu or gxemul, or in the case of the "amd64-baremetal" tests, on physical hardare.
- These tests include experimental tests for architectures where the emulator and/or NetBSD is not fully working yet.
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