The xfstests-bld project was originally designed as system to make it easy to build xfstests in way that isolated it from the versions of various libraries such as libaio, xfsprogs, that were available in a particular distribution. It has since evolved to have four primary functions:
- Building xfstests to create a tar.gz file
- Running xfstests in a virtual machine using qemu/kvm (kvm-xfstests)
- Running xfstests using Google Compute Engine (gce-xfstests)
- Running xfstests on an Android device in a chroot (android-xfstests)
More details about how to use xfstests-bld to carry out these three functions can be found in the Documentation directory.
The xfstests-bld project has been made available under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2. A copy can be found in the file named COPYING in the distribution.