CTCS (Cerberus Test Control System) consists of a test control program for running tests, test modules, a test control file generator designed for running diagnostics, and complete documentation. Originally developed by VA Linux Systems, it is now being developed independently as an open-source project. Please read at least README.FIRST before attempting to use the Cerberus Test Control System as certain configurations of CTCS may damage your system.
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Release Notes: This release adds a minor update for SuSe amd64.
Release Notes: This is the first maintenance release of CTCS. It includes a fair amount of general cleanup and fixes all outstanding bugs. It should be fully functional on any 2.4.x x86-based Linux distribution. It should run and compile on the Sparc, PPC, and IA64 platforms, though not all tests are functional.
Release Notes: A change in the maximum-per-process memory allocation detection code should speed test startup significantly for large-memory machines.
Release Notes: Polling of the DAC_960 (Mylex RAID controller) driver's current_status file was added to VA's newburn test. A new module for filesystem read testing was added, and some other very small changes were made.
Release Notes: New in this release is the addition of some test tools written by SGI as an optional test, a small fix in the crashme makefile that was causing it not to be compiled, and a few small bugfixes and documentation updates.