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-MCE APEI INJ testing cases
-=========================
-
-Nov 6th, 2009
-
-Jiajia Zheng
-
-Start
-------------
-This test suite is based on apei-inj APEI haredware injection tool.
-It's structure and usage are the same with soft-inj test suite.
-To be root and invoke simple test driver on test configuration file as follow
- drivers/simple/driver.sh config/simple_apei_ucr.conf
-
-Test Dependencies
------------------
-MCE APEI INJ test suite has following dependencies on kernel and other tools:
-
-* Make sure following configuration options are enabled in linux kernel:
- CONFIG_FTRACE=y
- CONFIG_FUNCTION_TRACER=y
-
-* page-types:
- A tool to query page types, which is accompanied with Linux kernel
- source (2.6.32 or newer, $KERNEL_SRC/Documentation/vm/page-types.c).
- For detail, please see 3.4 in doc/howto.txt.
-
-* simple-process:
- APEI hardware injection will inject an error to a page used by this simple-process. Intall simple-process.
- cd mce-test/tools/simple_process
- make
-
-
Linux Test Project
(Maintained by: Shubham Goyal <shubham@linux.vnet.ibm.com>)
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CONFIG_SECURITY_SELINUX_ENABLE_SECMARK_DEFAULT=y
CONFIG_SECURITY_SELINUX_POLICYDB_VERSION_MAX=y
-You don't want this one unless you are running Fedora 3 or 4.
+You don't want this one unless you are running Fedora 3 or 4.
On anything newer, it will cause unnecessary policy expansion.
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-.PHONY: test clean distclean reset test-simple test-kdump
-
-all:
- $(MAKE) -C tools
- $(MAKE) -C tsrc
- $(MAKE) -C stress
-
-clean:
- $(MAKE) -C tools clean
- $(MAKE) -C tsrc clean
- $(MAKE) -C stress clean
- $(MAKE) reset
-
-distclean:
- $(MAKE) -C tools distclean
- $(MAKE) -C tsrc distclean
- $(MAKE) -C stress distclean
- $(MAKE) reset
- rm -rf bin/*
-
-reset:
- rm -rf work/*
- rm -rf results/*
-
-test: test-simple test-stress
-
-test-simple:
- $(MAKE) reset
- ./drivers/simple/driver.sh simple.conf
- $(MAKE) -C tsrc test
-
-# requires LTP & page-types to be installed
-test-stress:
- $(MAKE) -C stress test
-
-# requires special packages to be installed
-test-kdump:
- $(MAKE) reset
- ./drivers/simple/driver.sh simple.conf
- ./drivers/kdump/driver.sh kdump.conf
- $(MAKE) -C tsrc test
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-MCE test suite
----------------
-
-The MCE test suite is a collection of tools and test scripts for
-testing the Linux kernel MCE processing features. The goal is to cover
-most Linux kernel MCE processing code paths and features with
-automation tests.
-
-
-In the Package
---------------
-
-Here is a short description of what is included in the package
-
-README
- This document
-
-COPYING
- GNU General Public License
-
-Makefile
- Top level make file for MCE test suite
-
-drivers/*
- Contains test drivers, which drive test procedure and do some
- common works for test drivers. There is one directory for each
- test driver, the user interface of a driver is the driver.sh
- in corresponding directory, such as:
- drivers/kdump/driver.sh
- is user interface of kdump test driver.
-
-cases/*
- Contains all test cases, which may be organized in
- sub-directories, the interface of a class of test cases is a
- shell script under cases/, such as:
- -- cases/soft-inj/panic/cases.sh
- is for test cases triggered by soft-inject and may cause system
- panic during testing.
- -- cases/apei-inj/ucr/cases.sh
- is for test cases triggered by apei-inject.
-
-config/*
- Contains test configuration files, which specifies the
- parameters for test driver, which test cases are used in test,
- the parameters for test cases, etc.
-
-tsrc/*
- Some standalone test programs for various parts of the machine
- check code.
-
-lib/*
- Contains some shell scripts, in which some common shell
- functions and variable definitions are defined to be used by
- multiple test drivers or test cases.
-
-tools/*
- Some tools used by MCE test suites.
-
-doc/*
- Documentation for MCE test suites include howto and
- descriptions of every test case.
-
-results/
- When test is done, the test result will be placed in this
- directory, test results for a specific test driver will be
- placed in corresponding directory, such as test results of
- kdump test driver will be placed in "results/kdump". General
- test result is in results/$driver/result; additional results
- of various cases may be in corresponding directory, for
- example, files in
- results/kdump/soft-inj/panic/fatal/
- is for additional result for test case soft-inj/panic/fatal.
-
-work/
- During test, some temporary file will be put in work
- directory, temporary files for a specific test driver will be
- placed in corresponding directory, such as temporary files of
- kdump test driver will be placed in "work/kdump". Test log is
- in work/$driver/log.
-
-bin/
- Some tools used by test drivers or test cases will be
- installed into this directory.
-
-stress/
- Linux MCE stress test suite.
-
-Test Instruction
-----------------
-
-Please refer to corresponding section in doc/howto.txt.
-
-Very quick way to test this:
- be root
- make sure you have a kernel with CONFIG_X86_MCE_INJECT
- and CONFIG_HWPOISON_INJECT and soft-offlining support
- run "make test"
-
-Futher Information
-------------------
-
-For futher information about MCE test suite, please refer to documents
-in doc sub-directory.
-
-doc/howto.txt: a more detailed HOWTO document
-
-doc/stress-howto.txt: Detailed HOWTO document for MCE stress test suite
-
-doc/cases/*.txt: Description of every test case, including test
- objective, code patch tested, reference and
- expected results
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-MCE APEI INJ testing cases
-=========================
-
-Nov 6th, 2009
-
-Jiajia Zheng
-
-Start
-------------
-This test suite is based on apei-inj APEI haredware injection tool.
-It's structure and usage are the same with soft-inj test suite.
-To be root and invoke simple test driver on test configuration file as follow
- drivers/simple/driver.sh config/simple_apei_ucr.conf
-
-Test Dependencies
------------------
-MCE APEI INJ test suite has following dependencies on kernel and other tools:
-
-* Make sure following configuration options are enabled in linux kernel:
- CONFIG_FTRACE=y
- CONFIG_FUNCTION_TRACER=y
-
-* page-types:
- A tool to query page types, which is accompanied with Linux kernel
- source (2.6.32 or newer, $KERNEL_SRC/Documentation/vm/page-types.c).
- For detail, please see 3.4 in doc/howto.txt.
-
-* simple-process:
- APEI hardware injection will inject an error to a page used by this simple-process. Intall simple-process.
- cd mce-test/tools/simple_process
- make
-
-
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@@ -1,63 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash
-#
-# APEI injection based test cases : memory patrol scrub cases: test cases
-# are triggered via the apei-inject, and they will not trigger kernel panic.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 2008, Intel Corp.
-# Author: Huang Ying <ying.huang@intel.com>
-# Zheng Jiajia <jiajia.zheng@intel.com>
-#
-# This file is released under the GPLv2.
-#
-
-. $ROOT/lib/functions.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/dirs.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/mce.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/apei-inject.sh
-
-enumerate()
-{
- apei_inject_enumerate
-}
-
-trigger()
-{
- case "$bcase" in
- mem_uncorrected)
- start_tracing "do_machine_check"
- ;;
- *)
- echo '!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!'
- esac
- apei_inject_trigger
- stop_tracing
-}
-
-get_result()
-{
- apei_inject_get_klog
- get_gcov drivers/acpi/apei/einj.c
-
- case "$bcase" in
- mem_uncorrected)
- get_mcelog_from_dev $mcelog_result
- ;;
- *)
- echo '!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!'
- esac
-}
-
-verify()
-{
- case "$bcase" in
- mem_uncorrected)
- apei_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- apei_inject_verify_trace "do_machine_check"
- ;;
- *)
- echo "!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!"
- esac
-}
-
-apei_inject_main "$@"
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@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-TYPE 0x10
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@@ -1,10 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO 0xcf
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-MISC 0x8c
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x2eadbabe
-
-
-
-
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@@ -1,55 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash
-#
-# Software injection based test cases - non-panic cases: test cases
-# are triggered via the mce-inject tool, and they will not trigger kernel
-# panic.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 2008, Intel Corp.
-# Author: Huang Ying <ying.huang@intel.com>
-#
-# This file is released under the GPLv2.
-#
-
-. $ROOT/lib/functions.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/dirs.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/mce.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/soft-inject.sh
-
-enumerate()
-{
- soft_inject_enumerate
-}
-
-trigger()
-{
- soft_inject_trigger
-}
-
-get_result()
-{
- soft_inject_get_klog
- get_gcov arch/x86/kernel/cpu/mcheck/mce.c
-
- case "$bcase" in
- corrected|corrected_hold|corrected_over|corrected_no_en)
- get_mcelog_from_dev $mcelog_result
- ;;
- *)
- echo '!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!'
- esac
-}
-
-verify()
-{
- local removes="TSC TIME PROCESSOR"
- case "$bcase" in
- corrected|corrected_hold|corrected_over|corrected_no_en)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- ;;
- *)
- echo "!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!"
- esac
-}
-
-soft_inject_main "$@"
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@@ -1,14 +0,0 @@
-#
-# log corrected machine checks
-CPU 0 BANK 1
-STATUS CORRECTED
-ADDR 0xabcd
-HOLD
-CPU 1 BANK 0
-#
-CPU 1 BANK 2
-STATUS CORRECTED
-MISC 0xabcd
-ADDR 0x1234
-HOLD
-CPU 0 BANK 0
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@@ -1,10 +0,0 @@
-#
-# log two corrected machine checks
-CPU 0 BANK 1
-STATUS CORRECTED
-ADDR 0xabcd
-HOLD
-#
-CPU 1 BANK 2
-STATUS CORRECTED
-ADDR 0x1234
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@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-#
-CPU 0 BANK 3
-STATUS VAL
-HOLD
-CPU 1 BANK 0
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@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS VAL OVER EN
-HOLD
-CPU 1 BANK 0
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@@ -1,89 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash
-#
-# Software injection based test cases - panic cases: test cases are
-# triggered via the mce-inject tool, and they will trigger kernel panic.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 2008, Intel Corp.
-# Author: Huang Ying <ying.huang@intel.com>
-#
-# This file is released under the GPLv2.
-#
-
-. $ROOT/lib/functions.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/dirs.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/mce.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/soft-inject.sh
-
-enumerate()
-{
- soft_inject_enumerate
-}
-
-trigger()
-{
- reset_severity_cov
- soft_inject_trigger
-}
-
-get_result()
-{
- soft_inject_get_klog
- get_gcov arch/x86/kernel/cpu/mcheck/mce.c
- get_severity_cov
-
- case "$bcase" in
- fatal*)
- soft_inject_get_mcelog
- ;;
- *)
- echo '!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!'
- esac
-}
-
-verify()
-{
- local removes="TSC TIME PROCESSOR"
- local curr_cpu_panic=": Fatal machine check on current CPU"
- local fatal_panic="Fatal Machine check"
- local pcc_exp="Processor context corrupt"
- case "$bcase" in
- fatal|fatal_irq|fatal_over)
- removes="$removes RIP"
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$pcc_exp"
- ;;
- fatal_ripv|fatal_eipv|fatal_userspace)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$pcc_exp"
- ;;
- fatal_no_en)
- removes="$removes RIP"
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "Machine check from unknown source"
- ;;
- fatal_timeout)
- removes="$removes RIP"
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$curr_cpu_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_timeout
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$pcc_exp"
- ;;
- fatal_timeout_ripv)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$curr_cpu_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_timeout
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$pcc_exp"
- ;;
- *)
- echo "!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!"
- esac
-}
-
-soft_inject_main "$@"
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@@ -1,8 +0,0 @@
-# WARNING
-# this will panic your machine!
-# don't try casually
-CPU 0 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-STATUS FATAL S
-RIP 12343434
-MISC 11
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@@ -1,7 +0,0 @@
-# WARNING
-# this will panic your machine!
-# don't try casually
-CPU 1 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP EIPV
-STATUS FATAL S
-RIP 0x10:0x12343434
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@@ -1,9 +0,0 @@
-# WARNING
-# this will panic your machine!
-# don't try casually
-CPU 0 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-STATUS FATAL S
-RIP 12343434
-MISC 11
-IN_IRQ
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@@ -1,8 +0,0 @@
-# WARNING
-# this will panic your machine!
-# don't try casually
-CPU 0 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-STATUS UC VAL PCC S
-RIP 0x10:12343434
-MISC 11
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@@ -1,9 +0,0 @@
-# WARNING
-# this will panic your machine!
-# don't try casually
-CPU 0 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-STATUS FATAL OVER S
-RIP 12343434
-MISC 11
-
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@@ -1,7 +0,0 @@
-# WARNING
-# this will panic your machine!
-# don't try casually
-CPU 1 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP RIPV
-STATUS FATAL S
-RIP 0x10:0x12343434
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9 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic/data/fatal_timeout
@@ -1,9 +0,0 @@
-# WARNING
-# this will panic your machine!
-# don't try casually
-CPU 0 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-STATUS FATAL S
-RIP 0x10:0x12343434
-MISC 0xb
-NOBROADCAST
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@@ -1,9 +0,0 @@
-# WARNING
-# this will panic your machine!
-# don't try casually
-CPU 0 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP RIPV
-STATUS FATAL S
-RIP 0x10:0x12343434
-MISC 0xb
-NOBROADCAST
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@@ -1,7 +0,0 @@
-# WARNING
-# this will panic your machine!
-# don't try casually
-CPU 1 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP EIPV
-STATUS FATAL S
-RIP 0x73:0x12343434
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@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-# empty mcelog
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@@ -1,61 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash
-#
-# Software injection based test cases: test cases are triggered via
-# the mce-inject tool.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 2009, Intel Corp.
-# Author: Huang Ying <ying.huang@intel.com>
-#
-# This file is released under the GPLv2.
-#
-
-. $ROOT/lib/functions.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/dirs.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/mce.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/soft-inject.sh
-
-enumerate()
-{
- soft_inject_enumerate
-}
-
-trigger()
-{
- reset_severity_cov
- soft_inject_trigger
-}
-
-get_result()
-{
- soft_inject_get_klog
- get_gcov arch/x86/kernel/cpu/mcheck/mce.c
- soft_inject_get_mcelog
- get_severity_cov
-}
-
-verify()
-{
- local removes="TSC TIME PROCESSOR"
- local over_exp="Overflowed uncorrected"
- local fatal_panic=": Fatal Machine check"
- local curr_cpu_panic=": Fatal machine check on current CPU"
- case "$bcase" in
- uc_over|uc_over_corrected)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$over_exp"
- ;;
- uc_over_timeout)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$curr_cpu_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$over_exp"
- soft_inject_verify_timeout
- ;;
- *)
- echo "!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!"
- esac
-}
-
-soft_inject_main "$@"
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@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-# this should just kill the process
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED OVER
-MCGSTATUS RIPV EIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x10:0xdeadbabe
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@@ -1,13 +0,0 @@
-CPU 1 BANK 1
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-STATUS CORRECTED
-RIP 0x13:0x12345678
-IN_PROC
-EXCP
-HOLD
-
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED OVER
-MCGSTATUS RIPV EIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x10:0xdeadbabe
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@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED OVER
-MCGSTATUS RIPV EIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x10:0xdeadbabe
-NOBROADCAST
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@@ -1,108 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash
-#
-# Software injection based test cases: test cases are triggered via
-# the mce-inject tool.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 2008, Intel Corp.
-# Author: Huang Ying <ying.huang@intel.com>
-#
-# This file is released under the GPLv2.
-#
-
-. $ROOT/lib/functions.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/dirs.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/mce.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/soft-inject.sh
-
-enumerate()
-{
- soft_inject_enumerate
-}
-
-trigger()
-{
- reset_severity_cov
- soft_inject_trigger
-}
-
-get_result()
-{
- soft_inject_get_klog
- get_gcov arch/x86/kernel/cpu/mcheck/mce.c
- soft_inject_get_mcelog
- get_severity_cov
-}
-
-verify()
-{
- local mce_panic
- local removes="TSC TIME PROCESSOR"
- local pcc_exp="Processor context corrupt"
- local knoripv_exp="In kernel and no restart IP"
- local no_mcip_exp="MCIP not set in MCA handler"
- local no_eripv_exp="Neither restart nor error IP"
- local over_exp="Overflowed uncorrected"
- local fatal_panic=": Fatal Machine check"
- local curr_cpu_panic=": Fatal machine check on current CPU"
- local unknown_src_panic=": Machine check from unknown source"
- case "$bcase" in
- fatal_severity)
- removes="$removes RIP"
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$pcc_exp"
- ;;
- uncorrected)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$knoripv_exp"
- ;;
- uncorrected_timeout*)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$curr_cpu_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_timeout
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$knoripv_exp"
- ;;
- uc_no_mcip)
- removes="$removes RIP"
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$no_mcip_exp"
- ;;
- uc_no_mcip_timeout)
- removes="$removes RIP"
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$curr_cpu_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$no_mcip_exp"
- soft_inject_verify_timeout
- ;;
- uc_no_eripv)
- removes="$removes RIP"
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$no_eripv_exp"
- ;;
- uc_no_eripv_timeout)
- removes="$removes RIP"
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$curr_cpu_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$no_eripv_exp"
- soft_inject_verify_timeout
- ;;
- unknown)
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$unknown_src_panic"
- ;;
- *)
- echo "!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!"
- esac
-}
-
-soft_inject_main "$@"
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@@ -1,16 +0,0 @@
-# WARNING
-# this will panic your machine!
-# don't try casually
-CPU 0 BANK 3
-MCGSTATUS RIPV EIPV MCIP
-# S is regarded as SRAO for SER_P = 1 and ignored otherwise
-STATUS UNCORRECTED S
-RIP 0x10:0x12343434
-MISC 0x2314
-ADDR 0xabcd1234
-HOLD
-
-CPU 1 BANK 1
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-STATUS FATAL S
-RIP 0x10:0xabcdcdcd
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_npcc/data/uc_no_eripv
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 1
-STATUS UNCORRECTED S
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x10:0xdeadbabe
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_npcc/data/uc_no_eripv_timeout
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 1
-STATUS UNCORRECTED S
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x10:0xdeadbabe
-NOBROADCAST
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4 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_npcc/data/uc_no_mcip
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 1
-STATUS UNCORRECTED S
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x10:0xdeadbabe
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_npcc/data/uc_no_mcip_timeout
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 1
-STATUS UNCORRECTED S
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x10:0xdeadbabe
-NOBROADCAST
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7 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_npcc/data/uncorrected
@@ -1,7 +0,0 @@
-# this should just kill the process
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED S
-MCGSTATUS EIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x10:0xdeadbabe
-IN_PROC
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8 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_npcc/data/uncorrected_timeout
@@ -1,8 +0,0 @@
-# this should just kill the process
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED S
-MCGSTATUS EIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x10:0xdeadbabe
-IN_PROC
-NOBROADCAST
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3  testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_npcc/data/unknown
@@ -1,3 +0,0 @@
-# this should just kill the process
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UC S
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@@ -1,78 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash
-#
-# Software injection based test cases: test cases are triggered via
-# mce-inject tool.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 2009, Intel Corp.
-# Author: Huang Ying <ying.huang@intel.com>
-#
-# This file is released under the GPLv2.
-#
-
-. $ROOT/lib/functions.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/dirs.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/mce.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/soft-inject.sh
-
-enumerate()
-{
- soft_inject_enumerate
-}
-
-trigger()
-{
- reset_severity_cov
- soft_inject_trigger
-}
-
-get_result()
-{
- soft_inject_get_klog
- get_gcov arch/x86/kernel/cpu/mcheck/mce.c
- soft_inject_get_mcelog
- get_severity_cov
-}
-
-verify()
-{
- local removes="TSC TIME PROCESSOR"
- local fatal_panic=": Fatal Machine check"
- local curr_cpu_panic=": Fatal machine check on current CPU"
- local unknown_src_panic=": Machine check from unknown source"
- local no_eripv_exp="Neither restart nor error IP"
- case "$bcase" in
- s0_ar1)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "Illegal combination (UCNA with AR=1)"
- ;;
- srar_over)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "Action required with lost events"
- ;;
- srar_unkown)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "Action required; unknown MCACOD"
- ;;
- srar_no_en)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "Machine check from unknown source"
- ;;
- srao_mem_scrub_noripv|srao_ewb_noripv)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_panic "$fatal_panic"
- soft_inject_verify_exp "$no_eripv_exp"
- ;;
- *)
- echo "!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!"
- esac
-}
-
-soft_inject_main "$@"
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_ucr/data/s0_ar1
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED AR
-MCGSTATUS RIPV EIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x10:0xdeadbabe
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_ucr/data/srao_ewb_noripv
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO 0x17a
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-MISC 0x8c
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_ucr/data/srao_mem_scrub_noripv
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO 0xc0
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-MISC 0x8c
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_ucr/data/srar_no_en
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS VAL UC SRAR
-MCGSTATUS EIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x2eadbabe
-
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_ucr/data/srar_over
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAR OVER
-MCGSTATUS EIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x1eadbabe
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_ucr/data/srar_unkown
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAR
-MCGSTATUS EIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x2eadbabe
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1  testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/panic_ucr/refer/srar_no_en
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-#empty
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49 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/poll_noser/cases.sh
@@ -1,49 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash
-#
-# Software injection based test cases: test cases are triggered via
-# the mce-inject tool.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 2009, Intel Corp.
-# Author: Jiajia Zheng <jiajia.zheng@intel.com>
-#
-# This file is released under the GPLv2.
-#
-
-. $ROOT/lib/functions.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/dirs.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/mce.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/soft-inject.sh
-
-enumerate()
-{
- soft_inject_enumerate
-}
-
-trigger()
-{
- reset_severity_cov
- soft_inject_trigger
-}
-
-get_result()
-{
- soft_inject_get_klog
- get_gcov arch/x86/kernel/cpu/mcheck/mce.c
- soft_inject_get_mcelog
- get_severity_cov
-}
-
-verify()
-{
- local removes="TSC TIME PROCESSOR"
- case "$bcase" in
- uc_poll)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- ;;
- *)
- echo "!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!"
- esac
-}
-
-soft_inject_main "$@"
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/poll_noser/data/uc_poll
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-CPU 1 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-STATUS UNCORRECTED
-RIP 12343434
-MISC 11
-POLL
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1  testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/poll_noser/refer/uc_poll
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-#empty
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54 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/poll_ucr/cases.sh
@@ -1,54 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash
-#
-# Software injection based test cases: test cases are triggered via
-# mce-inject tool.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 2009, Intel Corp.
-# Author: Huang Ying <ying.huang@intel.com>
-#
-# This file is released under the GPLv2.
-#
-
-. $ROOT/lib/functions.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/dirs.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/mce.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/soft-inject.sh
-
-enumerate()
-{
- soft_inject_enumerate
-}
-
-trigger()
-{
- reset_severity_cov
- soft_inject_trigger
-}
-
-get_result()
-{
- soft_inject_get_klog
- get_gcov arch/x86/kernel/cpu/mcheck/mce.c
- soft_inject_get_mcelog
- get_severity_cov
-}
-
-verify()
-{
- local removes="TSC TIME PROCESSOR"
- case "$bcase" in
- ucna|ucna_over|srar_poll)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- ;;
- fatal_poll)
- removes="$removes RIP"
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- ;;
- *)
- echo "!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!"
- esac
-}
-
-soft_inject_main "$@"
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/poll_ucr/data/fatal_poll
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-CPU 1 BANK 4
-MCGSTATUS MCIP
-STATUS FATAL
-RIP 12343434
-MISC 11
-POLL
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9 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/poll_ucr/data/srar_poll
@@ -1,9 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAR
-MCGSTATUS EIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x2eadbabe
-POLL
-HOLD
-CPU 1 BANK 0
-
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7 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/poll_ucr/data/ucna
@@ -1,7 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED UCNA
-ADDR 0x1234
-MISC 0x8c
-POLL
-HOLD
-CPU 1 BANK 0
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/poll_ucr/data/ucna_over
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED UCNA OVER
-ADDR 0x1234
-MISC 0x8c
-POLL
-
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1  testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/poll_ucr/refer/srar_poll
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-#empty
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50 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/cases.sh
@@ -1,50 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash
-#
-# Software injection based test cases: test cases are triggered via
-# mce-inject tool.
-#
-# Copyright (C) 2009, Intel Corp.
-# Author: Huang Ying <ying.huang@intel.com>
-#
-# This file is released under the GPLv2.
-#
-
-. $ROOT/lib/functions.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/dirs.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/mce.sh
-. $ROOT/lib/soft-inject.sh
-
-enumerate()
-{
- soft_inject_enumerate
-}
-
-trigger()
-{
- reset_severity_cov
- soft_inject_trigger
-}
-
-get_result()
-{
- soft_inject_get_klog
- soft_inject_get_mcelog
- get_gcov arch/x86/kernel/cpu/mcheck/mce.c
- get_severity_cov
-}
-
-verify()
-{
- local removes="TSC TIME PROCESSOR"
- case "$bcase" in
- srao_*)
- soft_inject_verify_mcelog
- verify_klog $klog
- soft_inject_verify_return_val
- ;;
- *)
- echo "!!! Unknown case: $this_case !!!"
- esac
-}
-
-soft_inject_main "$@"
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@@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
-CPU 1 BANK 1
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-STATUS CORRECTED
-EXCP
-HOLD
-
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x1eadbabe
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/data/srao_ewb
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO 0x17a
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-MISC 0x8c
-RIP 0x73:0x1eadbabe
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/data/srao_mem_scrub
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO 0xc0
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-MISC 0x8c
-RIP 0x73:0x1eadbabe
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/data/srao_no_en
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS VAL UC SRAO
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x1eadbabe
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/data/srao_over
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO OVER
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x1eadbabe
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11 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/data/srao_ucna
@@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
-CPU 1 BANK 1
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-STATUS UNCORRECTED UCNA
-EXCP
-HOLD
-
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x1eadbabe
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/data/srao_unknown
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x1eadbabe
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5 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/refer/srao_corrected
@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x1eadbabe
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@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-#empty
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/cases/soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/refer/srao_ucna
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-CPU 0 BANK 2
-STATUS UNCORRECTED SRAO
-MCGSTATUS RIPV MCIP
-ADDR 0x1234
-RIP 0x73:0x1eadbabe
-
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/kdump.conf
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/panic/cases.sh soft-inj/panic_npcc/cases.sh"
-COREDIR="/var/crash"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
-VMLINUX=$KSRC_DIR/vmlinux
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/kdump_noser.conf
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/panic/cases.sh soft-inj/panic_npcc/cases.sh soft-inj/panic_noser/cases.sh"
-COREDIR="/var/crash"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
-VMLINUX=$KSRC_DIR/vmlinux
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/kdump_panic.conf
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/panic/cases.sh"
-COREDIR="/var/crash"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
-VMLINUX=$KSRC_DIR/vmlinux
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/kdump_panic_noser.conf
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/panic_noser/cases.sh"
-COREDIR="/var/crash"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
-VMLINUX=$KSRC_DIR/vmlinux
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/kdump_panic_npcc.conf
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/panic_npcc/cases.sh"
-COREDIR="/var/crash"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
-VMLINUX=$KSRC_DIR/vmlinux
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/kdump_panic_ucr.conf
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/panic_ucr/cases.sh"
-COREDIR="/var/crash"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
-VMLINUX=$KSRC_DIR/vmlinux
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6 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/kdump_ser.conf
@@ -1,6 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/panic/cases.sh soft-inj/panic_npcc/cases.sh soft-inj/panic_ucr/cases.sh"
-COREDIR="/var/crash"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
-VMLINUX=$KSRC_DIR/vmlinux
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4 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/simple.conf
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/non-panic/cases.sh soft-inj/panic/cases.sh soft-inj/panic_npcc/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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4 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/simple_non_panic.conf
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/non-panic/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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4 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/simple_nopanic_noser.conf
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/non-panic/cases.sh soft-inj/poll_noser/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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4 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/simple_nopanic_ser.conf
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/non-panic/cases.sh soft-inj/poll_ucr/cases.sh soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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4 testcases/kernel/mce-test/config/simple_noser.conf
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-
-CASES="soft-inj/non-panic/cases.sh soft-inj/panic/cases.sh soft-inj/panic_npcc/cases.sh soft-inj/panic_noser/cases.sh soft-inj/poll_noser/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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-
-CASES="soft-inj/panic/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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-
-CASES="soft-inj/panic_noser/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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-CASES="soft-inj/panic_npcc/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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-
-CASES="soft-inj/panic_ucr/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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-
-CASES="soft-inj/poll_noser/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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-CASES="soft-inj/poll_ucr/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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-CASES="soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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-
-CASES="soft-inj/non-panic/cases.sh soft-inj/panic/cases.sh soft-inj/panic_npcc/cases.sh soft-inj/poll_ucr/cases.sh soft-inj/panic_ucr/cases.sh soft-inj/recoverable_ucr/cases.sh"
-GCOV=1
-KSRC_DIR=/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
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-Overall:(4 cases)
-
-- Test method
- * Preparation
- + Disable mcelog cron job
- * Add cases/soft-inj/non-panic/cases.sh into configuration file, and invoke
- a test driver on it.
-- Common
- * Test script of test cases in this file can be found in
- cases/soft-inj/non-panic/cases.sh
-
-
-1. corrected
-
-- Objective:
- * Test machine_check_poll() and mce_log()
-- Code path tested:
- * machine_check_poll()
- * mce_get_rip(), branch without EIPV, RIPV, rip_msr
- * mce_log()
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/non-panic/data/corrected
-- Expected results:
- * MCE records gotten via /dev/mcelog is same as injected ones
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing
-
-
-2. corrected hold
-
-- Objective:
- * Whether is there race condition in machine_check_poll() and mce_log(),
- multiple machine_check_poll() or mce_log() may be run simultaneously
- on difference CPU.
-- Code path tested:
- * same as corrected
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/non-panic/data/corrected_hold
-- Expected results:
- * MCE records gotten via /dev/mcelog is same as injected ones
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing
-
-
-3. corrected over
-
-- Objective:
- * Test OVER processing
-- Code path tested:
- * same as 1
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/non-panic/data/corrected_over
-- Expected results:
- * MCE records gotten via /dev/mcelog is same as injected ones
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing
-
-
-4. corrected without EN
-
-- Objective:
- * Test no EN processing
-- Code path tested:
- * same as 1
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/non-panic/data/corrected_no_en
-- Expected results:
- * MCE records gotten via /dev/mcelog is same as injected ones
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing
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-Overall: (9 cases)
-
-- Test method
- * Add cases/soft-inj/panic/cases.sh into configuration file, and invoke
- a test driver on it.
-- Common
- * Test script of test cases in this file can be found in
- cases/soft-inj/panic/cases.sh
-
-1. fatal
-
-- Objective:
- * Test MSR read logic of MCE handler
- * Test synchronization between monarch and subject
- * Test logic to recognize a fatal (PCC) MCE
-- Code path tested:
- * do_machine_check()
- * mce_start()
- * mce_end()
- * mce_reign() until mce_panic("Fatal Machine check",)
- * mce_severity()
- * mce_timeout() except if (*t <= 0) branch
- * mce_panic()
- * print_mce()
- * mce_log()
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic/data/fatal
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal Machine check"
- * Exception message is "Processor context corrupt"
-
-
-2. fatal timeout
-
-- Objective:
- * Test logic of timeout during monarch/subject synchronization
- * Test logic to recognize a fatal (PCC) MCE
-- Code path tested:
- * do_machine_check()
- * mce_start()
- * mce_timeout() if (*t <= 0) branch
- * mce_severity()
- * mce_panic("Fatal machine check on current CPU",);
- * print_mce()
- * mce_log()
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic/data/fatal_timeout
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal machine check on current CPU"
- * Exception message is "Processor context corrupt"
- * Timeout message is "Some CPUs didn't answer in synchronization"
-
-
-3. fatal in irq
-
-- Objective:
- * Test fatal MCE occur in IRQ context
- * Test logic to recognize a fatal (PCC) MCE
-- Code path tested:
- * Same as fatal
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic/data/fatal_irq
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal Machine check"
- * Exception message is "Processor context corrupt"
-
-
-4. fatal with RIPV
-
-- Objective:
- * Test combination of PCC and RIPV
- * Test logic to recognize a fatal (PCC) MCE
-- Code path tested:
- * MCG_STATUS_RIPV branch of switch(m.mcgstatus) in do_machine_check
- * Others are same as fatal
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic/data/fatal_ripv
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal Machine check"
- * Exception message is "Processor context corrupt"
-
-
-5. fatal timeout with RIPV
-
-- Objective:
- * Test timeout logic of combination of PCC and RIPV
- * Test logic to recognize a fatal (PCC) MCE
-- Code path tested:
- * MCG_STATUS_RIPV branch of switch(m.mcgstatus) in do_machine_check
- * Others are same as fatal_timeout
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic/data/fatal_timeout_ripv
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal machine check on current CPU"
- * Exception message is "Processor context corrupt"
- * Timeout message is "Some CPUs didn't answer in synchronization"
-
-
-6. fatal with OVER
-
-- Objective:
- * Test OVER flag in MCI_STATUS processing
- * Test logic to recognize a fatal (PCC) MCE
-- Code path tested:
- * Same as fatal
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic/data/fatal_over
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal Machine check"
- * Exception message is "Processor context corrupt"
-
-
-7. fatal and UC without EN
-
-- Objective:
- * Test no EN processing. Only one MCE can be injected on one CPU, so
- a MCE without EN are injected on other CPU.
- * Test logic to recognize a fatal (PCC) MCE
-- Code path tested:
- * Same as fatal except no EN branch in do_machine_check()
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic/data/fatal_no_en
- * Reference MCE records: cases/soft-inj/panic/refer/fatal_no_en
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Machine check from unknown source"
- * No exception message
-
-8. fatal with EIPV
-
-- Objective:
- * Test combination of PCC and EIPV
- * Test logic to recognize a fatal (PCC) MCE
-- Code path tested:
- * Same as fatal
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic/data/fatal_eipv
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal Machine check"
- * Exception message is "Processor context corrupt"
-
-
-9. fatal in userspace
-
-- Objective:
- * Test of PCC in userspace
- * Test logic to recognize a fatal (PCC) MCE
-- Code path tested:
- * Same as fatal
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic/data/fatal_eipv
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal Machine check"
- * Exception message is "Processor context corrupt"
-
-
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-Overall: (3 cases)
-
-- Test method
- * Add cases/soft-inj/panic_noser/cases.sh into configuration file, and invoke
- a test driver on it.
-- Common
- * Test script of test cases in this file can be found in
- cases/soft-inj/panic_noser/cases.sh
-
-1. uc_over
-
-- Objective:
- * Test MSR read logic of MCE handler
- * Test synchronization between monarch and subject
- * Test logic of uncorrected with UC and OVER
-- Code path tested:
- * do_machine_check()
- * mce_start()
- * mce_timeout() except if (*t <= 0) branch
- * mce_log()
- * mce_end()
- * mce_severity()
- * mce_reign() until mce_panic("Fatal Machine check",)
- * mce_panic()
- * print_mce()
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic_noser/data/uc_over
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal Machine check"
- * Exception message is "Overflowed uncorrected"
-
-
-2. uc_over_corrected
-
-- Objective:
- * Test synchronization between monarch and subject
- * Test logic of uncorrected and corrected
- * Test logic of uncorrected with UC and OVER
- * Test logic of corrected with EXCP
-- Code path tested:
- * do_machine_check()
- * mce_start()
- * mce_timeout() except if (*t <= 0) branch
- * mce_log()
- * mce_end()
- * mce_severity()
- * mce_reign() until mce_panic("Fatal Machine check",)
- * mce_panic()
- * print_mce()
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic_noser/data/uc_over_corrected
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal Machine check"
- * Exception message is "Overflowed uncorrected"
-
-
-3. uc_over_timeout
-
-- Objective:
- * Test logic of timeout during monarch/subject synchronization
- * Test logic of uncorrected with UC and OVER
-- Code path tested:
- * do_machine_check()
- * mce_start()
- * mce_timeout() if (*t <= 0) branch
- * mce_log()
- * mce_severity()
- * mce_panic("Fatal machine check on current CPU",)
- * print_mce()
-- Reference:
- * Inject data file: cases/soft-inj/panic_noser/data/uc_over_timeout
-- Expected result:
- * No warning or bug during kernel processing.
- * MCE records collected via kernel panic log is same as reference ones.
- * Kernel panic message is "Fatal machine check on current CPU"
- * Exception message is "Overflowed uncorrected"
- * Timeout message is "Some CPUs didn't answer in synchronization"
-
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