[coreboot-gerrit] Patch set updated for coreboot: 31a0eb1 Updates to the board status script

David Hendricks (dhendrix@chromium.org) gerrit at coreboot.org
Tue Nov 12 03:59:46 CET 2013

David Hendricks (dhendrix at chromium.org) just uploaded a new patch set to gerrit, which you can find at http://review.coreboot.org/4039


commit 31a0eb1f40d37492324922d6d59e94506c7bd140
Author: David Hendricks <dhendrix at chromium.org>
Date:   Mon Nov 11 18:44:05 2013 -0800

    Updates to the board status script
    This is the first major re-work for the board status script.
    - Results are placed in a dynamically generated temporary location.
      This makes it easy to do multiple trial runs and avoids polluting
      the coreboot directory.
    - Results are stored in a directory with the following form:
      Vendor and mainboard are obtained from CONFIG_MAINBOARD_DIR so that
      hierarchy is consistent between coreboot and board-status.
    - The results directory is used as the commit message.
    - board-status repository is checked out automatically if results are
      to be uploaded.
    - Add ability to run commands which may fail. Currently we assume
      any failure should terminate the script, but some commands can be
      made optional.
    Successfully uploaded first result to board-status repository. See
    http://review.coreboot.org/gitweb?p=board-status.git;a=summary .
    Change-Id: Icba41ccad4e6e6ee829b8092a2459c2d72a3365b
    Signed-off-by: David Hendricks <dhendrix at chromium.org>
 .gitignore                        |  1 +
 util/board_status/board_status.sh | 98 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++---------
 2 files changed, 76 insertions(+), 23 deletions(-)

diff --git a/.gitignore b/.gitignore
index 1cdabfc..c172244 100644
--- a/.gitignore
+++ b/.gitignore
@@ -55,6 +55,7 @@ tarballs/
diff --git a/util/board_status/board_status.sh b/util/board_status/board_status.sh
index d2955e0..d22c2a1 100644
--- a/util/board_status/board_status.sh
+++ b/util/board_status/board_status.sh
@@ -7,13 +7,17 @@
 # Stuff from command-line switches
+# Used to specify whether a command should always be run locally or
+# if command should be run remoteley when a remote host is specified.
 show_help() {
 	echo "Usage:
 	${0} <option>
@@ -22,7 +26,7 @@ Options
         Show this message.
-        Clobber output when finished.
+        Clobber temporary output when finished. Useful when not uploading.
     -r  <host>
         Obtain machine information from remote host (using ssh).
@@ -100,38 +104,86 @@ while getopts "chr:u" opt; do
-if [ -e "$OUTDIR" ]; then
-	echo "Output directory exists, aborting."
+grep -rH 'coreboot.org' .git/config >/dev/null 2>&1
+if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
+	echo "Script must be run from root of coreboot directory"
-mkdir "$OUTDIR"
+# Results will be placed in a tempoary location until we're ready to upload.
+# If the user does not wish to upload, results will remain in /tmp.
+tmpdir=$(mktemp -d)
+# Obtain board and revision info to form the directory structure:
+# <vendor>/<board>/<revision>/<timestamp>
+test_cmd $LOCAL "$cbfstool_cmd"
+$cbfstool_cmd build/coreboot.rom extract -n config -f ${tmpdir}/config.txt
+mainboard_dir="$(grep CONFIG_MAINBOARD_DIR ${tmpdir}/config.txt | awk -F '"' '{ print $2 }')"
+vendor=$(echo "$mainboard_dir" | awk -F '/' '{ print $1 }')
+mainboard=$(echo "$mainboard_dir" | awk -F '/' '{ print $2 }')
-test_cmd 0 $getrevision
-touch ${OUTDIR}/revision.txt
-printf "Local revision: %s\n" $($getrevision -l) >> ${OUTDIR}/revision.txt
-printf "Upstream revision: %s\n" $($getrevision -u) >> ${OUTDIR}/revision.txt
-printf "Upstream URL: %s\n" $($getrevision -U)>> ${OUTDIR}/revision.txt
-printf "Timestamp: %s\n" $($getrevision -t) >> ${OUTDIR}/revision.txt
+test_cmd $LOCAL $getrevision
+local_version=$($getrevision -l)
+timestamp=$($getrevision -t)
-test_cmd 0 "$cbfstool_cmd"
-$cbfstool_cmd build/coreboot.rom extract -n config -f ${OUTDIR}/config.txt
+echo "Temporarily placing output in ${tmpdir}/${results}"
+mkdir -p "${tmpdir}/${results}"
+mv "${tmpdir}/config.txt" "${tmpdir}/${results}"
+touch ${tmpdir}/${results}/revision.txt
+printf "Local revision: %s\n" "$local_version" >> ${tmpdir}/${results}/revision.txt
+printf "Upstream revision: %s\n" $($getrevision -u) >> ${tmpdir}/${results}/revision.txt
+printf "Upstream URL: %s\n" $($getrevision -U)>> ${tmpdir}/${results}/revision.txt
+printf "Timestamp: %s\n" "$timestamp" >> ${tmpdir}/${results}/revision.txt
+test_cmd $REMOTE "cbmem"
+cmd $REMOTE "cbmem -c" > ${tmpdir}/${results}/coreboot_console.txt
-test_cmd 1 "cbmem"
-cmd 1 "cbmem -c" > ${OUTDIR}/coreboot_console.txt
-cmd 1 "cbmem -t" > ${OUTDIR}/coreboot_timestamps.txt
-cmd 1 "cbmem -C" > ${OUTDIR}/coreboot_coverage.txt
+# TODO: Some commands should be optional and be non-fatal in case of error.
+#cmd $REMOTE "cbmem -t" > ${outdir}/coreboot_timestamps.txt
-cmd 1 dmesg > ${OUTDIR}/kernel_log.txt
+cmd $REMOTE dmesg > ${tmpdir}/${results}/kernel_log.txt
-#if [ $UPLOAD_RESULTS -eq 1 ]; then
-#	FIXME: implement this part
+# FIXME: the board-status directory might get big over time. Is there a way we
+# can push the results without fetching the whole repo?
+if [ $UPLOAD_RESULTS -eq 1 ]; then
+	# extract username from ssh://<username>@review.coreboot.org/blah
+	username=$(git config --get remote.origin.url | sed 's/ssh\:\/\///' | sed 's/@.*//')
+	cd "util/status/"
+	if [ ! -e "board-status" ]; then
+		git clone "ssh://${username}@review.coreboot.org:29418/board-status"
+		if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
+			"Error cloning board-status repo, aborting."
+			exit $EXIT_FAILURE
+		fi
+	fi
+	cd "board-status"
+	echo "Copying results to $(pwd)/${results}"
+	# Note: Result directory should be unique due to the timestamp.
+	cp -R "${tmpdir}/${vendor}" .
+	echo "Uploading results"
+	git add "${vendor}"
+	git commit -a -am "${mainboard_dir}/${local_version}/${timestamp}"
+	git push origin
+	# Results have been uploaded so it's pointless to keep the
+	# temporary files around.
+	rm -rf "${tmpdir}"
+cd "$coreboot_dir"
 if [ $CLOBBER_OUTPUT -eq 1 ]; then
-	rm -rf ${OUTDIR}
+	rm -rf ${tmpdir}

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