#1 Kernel Test error when uploading testing to web and end whith a warm in third party nvidia checking
Opened 4 years ago by hhlp. Modified 2 years ago

with third party check :

sudo ./runtests.sh
[sudo] password for hhlp:
Test suite called with default
./secureboot/check_SB_signature SKIP
./default/selinux-dac-controls PASS
./default/paxtest PASS
./default/memfd PASS
./default/cachedrop PASS
./default/modsign SKIP
./default/stack-randomness PASS
./default/mq-memory-corruption PASS
./default/posix_timers PASS
./default/insert_leap_second PASS
./default/libhugetlbfs SKIP
./default/sysfs-perms PASS
./default/timer-overhead PASS
./thirdparty/nvidia-module WARN

Test suite complete WARN

Your log file is being submitted
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./fedora_submit.py", line 55, in <module>
print(req.message)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/munch/init.py", line 128, in getattr
raise AttributeError(k)
AttributeError: message

same test without third party check

Test suite called with default
./secureboot/check_SB_signature SKIP
./default/selinux-dac-controls PASS
./default/paxtest PASS
./default/memfd PASS
./default/cachedrop PASS
./default/modsign SKIP
./default/stack-randomness PASS
./default/mq-memory-corruption PASS
./default/posix_timers PASS
./default/insert_leap_second PASS
./default/libhugetlbfs SKIP
./default/sysfs-perms PASS
./default/timer-overhead PASS

Test suite complete PASS

Your log file is being submitted
Upload successful!

kernel-test-1490262700.log.txt

here are my .conf file

Fedora Result Submit Method

Default is no submit. Other options are 'anonymous' where we get results

without requiring FAS authentication, or 'authenticated' which will use

FAS authentication to upload and give you credit towards Fedora Badges.

submit=none

submit=anonymous

submit=authenticated

Check duplication tests

disable_retest=y

Check Signature for Secure Boot

checksig=y
validsig="Fedora Secure Boot Signer"

Test 3rd Party Modules

thirdparty=y

FAS User credentials.

Storing your FAS password here is technically possible, but not advisable

for security seasons

username='my user'
password='my password'

** Nothing to edit below here **

case $submit in
anonymous)
commit=y
commithook="curl -H 'Expect:' -F "user=anonymous" -F "test_result=@$logfile\;type=text/x-log" https://apps.fedoraproject.org/kerneltest/upload/anonymous"
;;
authenticated)
commit=y
if [ -n "$username" ]; then
username="-u $username"
fi
if [ -n "$password" ]; then
password="-p $password"
fi
commithook="./fedora_submit.py $username $password -l $logfile"
;;
*)
commithook=/usr/bin/true
esac


Yes, unfortunately that is something that needs to be fixed server side. I have the code written, waiting for a review and deploy. That's why I had not announced the thirdparty option yet. I figured with it defaulting to off, people wouldn't notice. I am happy to be proven wrong.

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