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Automated tests for patchsets on Gerrit are available by adding the "Raptor Engineering Automated Test Stand <noreply@raptorengineeringinc.com>" user as a reviewer.
 
Automated tests for patchsets on Gerrit are available by adding the "Raptor Engineering Automated Test Stand <noreply@raptorengineeringinc.com>" user as a reviewer.
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***NOTE*** The test stand is offline temporarily for upgrades.  It will return once a more reliable way to clear the NVRAM has been found.
  
 
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Revision as of 08:27, 28 March 2015

The KFSN4-DRE is a relatively modern AMD Family 10h motherboard. It is well supported and stable under Coreboot, with all CPUs, RAM, and peripherals functioning normally.

Raptor Engineering hosts an automated test system which checks this board for proper functionality every six hours. Successful test results are recorded to the board status repository, while failed tests are reported to the coreboot mailing list.

Automated tests for patchsets on Gerrit are available by adding the "Raptor Engineering Automated Test Stand <noreply@raptorengineeringinc.com>" user as a reviewer.

      • NOTE*** The test stand is offline temporarily for upgrades. It will return once a more reliable way to clear the NVRAM has been found.
Test stand details
CPU 2x Opteron 8347 (Fam10h @ 1.9GHz / 4 cores ea.)
RAM 2GB DDR2-667 on Node 0 channel 0
2GB DDR2-667 on Node 0 channel 1
1GB DDR2-667 on Node 1 channel 0
OS Debian Jessie 64-bit, kernel 3.16.0
Add-on cards None
Peripherals PS/2 keyboard
crossgcc
Package Version
ACPICA 20150204
binutils 2.25
gcc 4.9.2
gmp 6.0.0a
libelf 0.8.13
mpc 1.0.3
mpfr 3.1.2

Serial output is disabled by default, but if an image fails to boot serial output will be enabled and a boot log will be captured for analysis.