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SubjectRe: 2.5.60 cheerleading...
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 09:29:12AM -0600, Paul Larson wrote:
> It would be nice if that were true, but back here in reality things are
> rarely if ever even stable enough for testing if they merely build and
> boot.
>
> If Linus really is building and booting every kernel prior to release,
> it would be quick and simple to add a fast subset of LTP to the mix and
> do a quick regression run. It's convenient, fast and could save a lot
> of headaches for a lot of people later on.

Nothing stops people from LTPtesting the -bk nightlies.
Sure, they won't catch the last-minute-torvalds-breaks-the-compile
type bugs, but for the most part it should be useful enough info.

Dave

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