[kvm-unit-tests PATCH 03/14] arm64: efi: Don't create dummy test

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The purpose of the _NO_FILE_4Uhere_ kernel is to check that all the
QEMU command line options that have been pulled together by the
scripts will work. Since booting with UEFI and the -kernel command
line is supported by QEMU, then we don't need to create a dummy
test for _NO_FILE_4Uhere_ and go all the way into UEFI's shell and
execute it to prove the command line is OK, since we would have
failed much before all that if it wasn't. Just run QEMU "normally",
i.e. no EFI_RUN=y, but add the UEFI -bios and its file system command
line options, in order to check the full command line.

Signed-off-by: Andrew Jones <andrew.jones@xxxxxxxxx>
 arm/efi/run | 9 ++++++++-
 1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/arm/efi/run b/arm/efi/run
index 6872c337c945..e629abde5273 100755
--- a/arm/efi/run
+++ b/arm/efi/run
@@ -53,7 +53,14 @@ while (( "$#" )); do
 if [ "$EFI_CASE" = "_NO_FILE_4Uhere_" ]; then
-	EFI_CASE=dummy
+	mkdir -p "$EFI_CASE_DIR"
+	$TEST_DIR/run \
+		$EFI_CASE \
+		-bios "$EFI_UEFI" \
+		-drive file.dir="$EFI_CASE_DIR/",file.driver=vvfat,file.rw=on,format=raw,if=virtio \
+		"${qemu_args[@]}"
+	exit

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