A highly flexible automated kernel and application testing framework.
Crucible provides a powerful, flexible backend for building automated testing systems. It allows for conducting tests on multiple machines (via NFS), including patching, rebuilding, and booting new kernels, libraries, and services. Configuration and customization can be done through simple config files and bash scripts. It is suitable for performing tests of GUI applications, services, libraries, and kernel patches.
released on 8 November 2006
7 November 2006
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 30 March 2018.
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