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#! /bin/bash
# Copyright (c) 2013 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
# Test for warn_collector. Run the warn collector in the background, emulate
# the kernel by appending lines to the log file "messages", and observe the log
# of the (fake) crash reporter each time is run by the warn collector daemon.
set -e
fail() {
printf '[ FAIL ] %b\n' "$*"
exit 1
if [[ -z ${SYSROOT} ]]; then
fail "SYSROOT must be set for this test to work"
: ${OUT:=${PWD}}
cd "${OUT}"
echo "Testing: $(which warn_collector)"
cleanup() {
# Kill daemon (if started) on exit
kill %
check_log() {
local n_expected=$1
if [[ ! -f ${TESTLOG} ]]; then
fail "${TESTLOG} was not created"
if [[ $(wc -l < "${TESTLOG}") -ne ${n_expected} ]]; then
fail "expected ${n_expected} lines in ${TESTLOG}, found this instead:
if egrep -qv '^[0-9a-f]{8}' "${TESTLOG}"; then
fail "found bad lines in ${TESTLOG}:
rm -f "${TESTLOG}"
cp "${SRC}/" .
cp TEST_WARNING messages
# Start the collector daemon. With the --test option, the daemon reads input
# from ./messages, writes the warning into ./warning, and invokes
# ./ to report the warning.
warn_collector --test &
trap cleanup EXIT
# After a while, check that the first warning has been collected.
sleep 1
check_log 1
# Add the same warning to messages, verify that it is NOT collected
cat TEST_WARNING >> messages
sleep 1
check_log 1
# Add a slightly different warning to messages, check that it is collected.
sed s/intel_dp.c/intel_xx.c/ < TEST_WARNING >> messages
sleep 1
check_log 2
# Emulate log rotation, add a warning, and check.
mv messages messages.1
sed s/intel_dp.c/intel_xy.c/ < TEST_WARNING > messages
sleep 2
check_log 3
# Success!
exit 0