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In the past, we were automatically running [large parts of] the nplab
M3UA and SUA test suites, but those implement only a fraction of the
functionality. Particularly, they don't cover the non-standard IPA
behavior, and they don't cover RKM (routing key management).
Let's introduce an initial set of STP tests with this patch. We try
to not duplicate nplab here, and implement bits not covered there.
This adds shared infrastructure and initial test suites for
The license of the build or execution scripts doesn't affect the license
of the actual program, and we want to explicitly state that these scripts may
be used in any kind of context.
This test suite acts as an SCCP server on top of M3UA.
SCCP tests are run against the sccp_demo_user program which
can be found in libosmo-sccp/examples. This program must be
started in client mode: sccp_demo_user -c
The SCCP test suite should then work out of the box with
the provided SCCP_Tests.cfg file and this additional change
to sccp_demo_user default point codes:
There is currently only one test, for the libosmo-sccp crash
reported as issue OS#2666. The implementation of this test
is currently using an ugly workaround due to shortcomings of
the M3UA Emulation layer (see source code comments). Whether
a better solution is feasible is still to be determined.
The test requires a patch to the SCCP Protocol Emulation which
has been submitted upstream: https://git.eclipse.org/r/#/c/124552/
The previous default behaviour was to always run 'make -j8', which
can cause C++ build failures on machines which are low on memory.
"Low" being a relative measure; I've seen failures with 4GB of RAM.
Rather than assuming a beefy 8-core box, try to detect the number
of available CPU cores with nproc(1) from GNU coreutils and set
the number of parallel make jobs to the number of CPU cores.
If this command is not available, default to a safe choice: -j1
Note that installing ccache will speed up repeated builds a lot
more than -jX ever will, so falling back to -j1 isn't very bad.
Add rules to deps/Makefile which ensure that 'make deps' puts the git
repositories of dependencies into a known state. In particular, set
the origin remote url to a known value, and check out a known commit
into the work tree.
This change ensures that ttcn3 builds run with 'make' will always use
correct versions of dependencies.
The 'make update-deps' now has the same effect as 'make deps', but it
is not yet removed in case build scripts rely on its existence.
The new 'make deps' target is fast enough to be run before every build.
Set default -j to 8: even on a machine with less cores, using -j8 isn't really
going to slow down the build. On a machine with eight cores, -j8 is going to
speed up significantly.
By using '?=', allow passing a different -jN as PARALLEL_MAKE from the
This Test suite implements the BSC-side of Abis RSL and is used to
test OsmoBTS. It contains provisions for using L1CTL against
(virt_phy + osmo-bts-virtual) or (trxcon + fake_trx + osmo-bts-trx)
to also simulate the MS/Um side, bu those provisions are not used
Implemented tests currently are only related to RSL dedicated channel
activation / deactivation.
We still terminate OML inside OsmoBSC, and let the test suite deal
exclusively with RSL to keep complexity low.
This will ensure that a 'make compile' on a freshly-cloned repo
will first clone all the deps to ensure a successful build
We used to rely on out-of-tree git clones to be prepared by the user.
This commit changes the system to make sure we clone all git repos
we depend upon into the 'deps' folder, and then setup the symlinks
to that folder. As a result, we should be able to support
self-contained builds using the makefiles in this repo.