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[Hwcert-announce-list] [Red Hat Partner Announcement] Red Hat Hardware Certification Test Suite Released



Greetings Red Hat Worldwide Partners,

Red Hat is pleased to announce the availability of the Red Hat Hardware
Certification Test Suite GA (v7-1.0-15) for certification testing with
Red Hat Enterprise Linux versions 4 and 5. v7 is available from the Red
Hat Network and the partners ftp site located at:

ftp://partners.redhat.com/a166eabc5cf5df158922f9b06e5e7b21/hwcert/

NOTE: The v7 GA (1.0-15) package is considered an official release and
should be used for official certification testing submissions.  The
previous test suite (hts-5.3-17) may continued to be used for official
certifications of both Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.x and 5.x until it
expires in 90 days in accordance with the certification policies.

NOTE: The v7 test suite is a name change from the previous hts project.

NOTE: The v7 test suite includes a new bluray read and write test.

NOTE: The v7 test suite includes fv_* tests to automate and replace the
previous manual installation, configuration and testing of fully
virtualized guests.

NOTE: Manual testing inside a guest using the test suite continues to be
supported and accepted as satisfying the fv testing requirements.


Please read the details below; if you encounter any problems please file
any bugs against the 'Red Hat Hardware Certification Program' product in
Bugzilla (https://bugzilla.redhat.com).


Change log from v7-1.0-7 to v7-1.0-15:

515294 -  kudzu output in the hardware.log of v7 on RHEL5.4 is missing
516082 -  bluray test fails when manually-planned via the --add command
516241 -  v7-1.0-7 video test fails for both RHEL5 and RHEL4
515197 -  INFO/CORE/MEMORY tests are not "planned" by default on RHEL4.7
514959 -  v7 results rpm is missing sysreport tar ball
514961 -  v7 hardware.out data is hal format instead of kudzu format
517524 -  core hardware log shows all system device entries
483024 -  cpuscaling test fails when no CPU flags are available


Red Hat values your ongoing participation and testing in the Red Hat
Enterprise Linux development, testing and certifications efforts. Thank
you for your continued partnership. If you have any questions or
comments, please do not hesitate to contact your Partner Manager or
Technical Account Manager.

Regards,

The Red Hat Hardware Certification Team.



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