Changeset 7453a76 in rtems-testing


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Timestamp:
Jul 30, 2009, 8:22:18 PM (10 years ago)
Author:
Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@…>
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4.11, 8895273c193787f84c4585a10f6d6aceb3b25dc4
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Parents:
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Message:

2009-07-30 Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@…>

  • Explanations.txt: Update to account for new test cases.
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rtems-coverage
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  • rtems-coverage/ChangeLog

    rdf88d7e r7453a76  
     12009-07-30      Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@OARcorp.com>
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     3        * Explanations.txt: Update to account for new test cases.
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    152009-07-29      Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@OARcorp.com>
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  • rtems-coverage/Explanations.txt

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    2 keycreate.c:80
    3 Simple Test Case
    4 Run out of memory while allocating key memory.
    5 +++
    6 
    7 keycreate.c:82
    8 Simple Test Case
    9 Run out of memory while allocating key memory.
    10 +++
    11 
    12 keyrundestructors.c:64
    13 Simple Test Case
    14 This is where a key is configured without a destructor.
    15 +++
    16 
    17 keyrundestructors.c:68
    18 Simple Test Case
    19 This is where a key is configured and created that this thread is not using.
    20 +++
    211
    222mqueuecreatesupp.c:101
     
    11393+++
    11494
    115 threadinitialize.c:91
     95threadinitialize.c:100
    11696Simple Test Case
    11797This is for the case where the application uses the POSIX
     
    11999
    120100NOTE: Code Should be Configured on POSIX
    121 +++
    122 
    123 threadinitialize.c:148
    124 Medium Test Case
    125 The allocation of the user extension data area must fail.  The failure should
    126 occur during the create case of an Floating Point enabled task.
    127 
    128 Since the stack is allocated first, it should be possible to have a test
    129 with a fair (16-32?) number of user extensions configured and then
    130 create a thread with increasingly larger stack until this case is hit.
    131101+++
    132102
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