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SubjectRe: Kernel stress testing coverage
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> 1. How much of the kernel is getting hit on a run of any given test?  Even
> an approximate percentage is fine as long as I can prove it.

I've not measured it by percentage. You could use the profiling code in
the kernel to generate a profile and from that measure coverage at least
for non interrupt blocking code

> piece of the kernel that they modified. These type of things would be
> FYI this project will be going on sourceforge very soon. I want to have a
> little more to start out with though and finish putting together a good
> project description, testplans, etc. to post as soon as we put it on there.
> I hate it when people start projects and you don't see any good information
> about it for weeks.

VA Cerberus has mahy of these

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