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Kernelci.org: The road to LAVA v2 by Tyler Baker, Matt Hart, Mark Brown
Watch video: http://ow.ly/ujkB30ahGL4
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Kernelci.org has been hailed as “the most successful, public build and test system for Linux, in the world”. To keep that reputation, there is a need to do more testing faster, and we believe LAVA v2 will help us get there. Come learn about the effort underway to transition the testing system from LAVA v1 to LAVA v2, and the benefits that it will bring.
In this session will we review the new architecture for distributed testing that LAVA v2 will enable. Also, providing status of what’s working currently, and what is still in progress. Come be a part of the solution and help make the Linux kernel the best it can be!
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Video + Presentation: http://ow.ly/ujkB30ahGL4 #kernel#LAVA#LAVAv2

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Very pleased to be sharing a booth with Vrvana at #IEEEVR this week! Come check out the #Totem & talk #OpenSource with us! #XR #AR #VR
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New blog post! Kernel debugging with QEMU: An overview of tools available for testing, tracing & debugging https://col.la/3nr4g #Linux

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Automated testing, key theme in welcome keynote at #Linaro Connect #BUD17! Proud to be server sponsor for #KernelCI! https://youtu.be/BUikAFy21ZI?t=1972

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Budapest, London, Singapore, Los Angeles! Two weeks, four events! If you're attending any of these, come say hello! https://col.la/76vfg
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"...for the only one driver I've found out of nine which didn't work out of the box with Weston, the fix was to remove driver-specific code and move more work to generic helpers."

This also happened to me! Worth also saying that besides the atomic helpers greatly improving the consistency between drivers, we also have now a test suite that checks for that: https://cgit.freedesktop.org/drm/igt-gpu-tools/

Work is moving slowly towards having https://kernelci.org/ running that test suite, but once it does, violations will be caught right after the culprits reach linux-next.
New blog post! A flurry of #OpenSource graphics milestones: recent developments & Collabora's behind-the-scenes work https://openfir.st/yu32h
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