Re: [PATCH 2/3] check: add support for --list-group-tests

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On Mon, Feb 19, 2024 at 02:38:12PM +1100, Dave Chinner wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 16, 2024 at 10:18:58AM -0800, Luis Chamberlain wrote:
> > Since the prior commit adds the ability to list groups but is used
> > only when we use --start-after, let's add an option which leverages this
> > to also allow us to easily query which tests are part of the groups
> > specified.
> > 
> > This can be used for dynamic test configuration suites such as kdevops
> > which may want to take advantage of this information to deterministically
> > determine if a test falls part of a specific group.
> > Demo:
> > 
> > root@demo-xfs-reflink /var/lib/xfstests # ./check --list-group-tests -g soak
> > 
> > generic/019 generic/388 generic/475 generic/476 generic/521 generic/522 generic/616 generic/617 generic/642 generic/648 generic/650 xfs/285 xfs/517 xfs/560 xfs/561 xfs/562 xfs/565 xfs/570 xfs/571 xfs/572 xfs/573 xfs/574 xfs/575 xfs/576 xfs/577 xfs/578 xfs/579 xfs/580 xfs/581 xfs/582 xfs/583 xfs/584 xfs/585 xfs/586 xfs/587 xfs/588 xfs/589 xfs/590 xfs/591 xfs/592 xfs/593 xfs/594 xfs/595 xfs/727 xfs/729 xfs/800
> So how is this different to ./check -n -g soak?
> '-n' is supposed to show you want tests are going to be run
> without actually running them, so why can't you use that?

'-n' will replicate as if you are running all tests but just skip while
--list-group-tests will just look for the tests for the group and bail right
away, and it is machine readable.


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