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How to run Systemtap testsuites;
In all cases:
- Verify that kernel-debuginfo is installed corresponding to the kernel under test
- Install expect and dejagnu (dejagnu is available from http://www.gnu.org/software/dejagnu/#TOCdownloading )
- Build or install pre-built systemtap
a) running testsuites on your build tree
- cd to your build tree root
- run command "make check" for unprivileged test subset
- run command "make installcheck" for privileged probe execution tests; "sudo make ..." if you're not in the "stapdev" user group.
b) running testsuites on an installed copy of systemtap
- that is, after you ran command "make install" or package installation
- get systemtap source tree (later version that 20th March 2007)
- create a new test directory
- run command ".../src/testsuite/configure --prefix=INSTALLTREE", where INSTALLTREE may be /usr. Note that that systemtap proper is not being built or configured, only its testsuite subdirectory.
- run command "make check" or "make installcheck" as desired; "sudo make ..." if you're not in the "stapdev" user group.
For more information do read Get Involved page at http://sourceware.org/systemtap/getinvolved.html