[openssl-dev] [openssl.org #4470] AutoReply: FEATURE: OpenSSL test script for configurations and options

noloader@gmail.com via RT rt at openssl.org
Sun Mar 27 08:57:46 UTC 2016

Updated to print the options used when a failure occurs; add
additional test configurations, like "no-asm -ansi".

The QA/Testing team should try the script. Its very revealing. Here's
what I am seeing:

$ grep '!!!!!!!!!!' openssl-result.txt
!!!!!!!!!!FAILED (no-aes)!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!FAILED (no-asm no-aes)!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!FAILED (no-autoalginit)!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!FAILED (no-asm no-autoalginit)!!!!!!!!!!

Its better to run the script on a machine with 8 or 16 cores because
there's a lot of combinations and you'll get results faster. The
script automatically steps up job counts based on logical processors.
I think the project has some big iron lying around, so it should be
available somewhere.

> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Hi Everyone,
> Attached is a test script to repeatedly configure, build and test
> OpenSSL under different configuration options. Options include the
> usual suspects like "no-asm", "no-ssl2", "no-ssl3" and "no-comp". It
> also includes other options, like Debug, Release, IPv4 and IPv6.
> I understand some of the devs have similar scripts Please consider
> adding the attached script or a similar dev script to the tarball.
> The script will help the project proactively detect issues, and help
> it avoid reactive fixes. As the script grows in depth and breadth,
> OpenSSL will only get stronger.
> Thanks in advance.

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