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Test case: Nand-full
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Stream joyride, 8.2, Any
Category Journal Sub-category performance
Component Journal/Datastore
Feature trac #7591
Objective Fill up the Nand memory to >88%; Ensure on the next boot that some files will be deleted automatically to allow booting.
Tools Python script to create files of random data (http://dev.laptop.org/~erik/code/fill_ds_random.py). As "olpc" user on vt2, type 'python fill_ds_random.py -s 10000000 -b 1000 -t filltext1'. You need to go back into sugar and restart when it tells you to; then go back into virtual terminal and hit a key. You will see a new 100M file when this completes. After about 8 times, you will get to >95% full (using df).warning.pngString representation Python script to create files of random da […] , you will get to >95% full (using df). is too long for OLPC.
Setup Fill a laptop with files either by downloading lots of large activities (like doom, metrocity, wikipediaen); or use the python script.
Procedure 1. Get to >88% diskfull (check progressvia 'df' command).

2. Reboot laptop
3. Agree to deleted files

Expected Results
and Pass Criteria
The laptop should give the message that the disk is full and tell you that it will remove files to allow booting.
Comments none
Release Stream Build Pass/Fail Trac Ticket(s) Comment(s) Date of Test
Candidate update.1 709 Pass Non-write protected laptops (Spanish and English) warning.pngThe date "" was not understood (support for dates is still experimental).


Candidate update.1 per711-1 Pass This test was done on a write protected, Spanish keyboard laptop.

The nand filling program needs to be modified to create files in the journal (it created files in the directory where I ran it). I did get the message to delete files, but I had to go to the virtual terminal to read it and hit enter.

After fixing the way we fill the nand... I will create other bugs that should be addressed in the future.

warning.pngThe date "" was not understood (support for dates is still experimental).


Candidate 8.2 767 Pass Very hard to even fill the Journal or NAND; had to copy files once I got past 80% full. Then got all the appropriate messages for automatically deleting a few things. warning.pngThe date "" was not understood (support for dates is still experimental).


Facts about Tests/Journal/Nand-fullRDF feed
Build number 709  +, 711 -1  +, and 767  +
Build stream Joyride  +info.pngLink to builds in stream, Packages in stream, ChangeLog, Differences vs joyride , 8.2  +info.pngLink to builds in stream, Packages in stream, ChangeLog, Differences vs joyride , Any  +info.pngLink to builds in stream, Packages in stream, ChangeLog, Differences vs joyride , and Update.1  +info.pngLink to builds in stream, Packages in stream, ChangeLog, Differences vs joyride
Comments Non-write protected laptops (Spanish and English), This test was done on a write protected, S This test was done on a write protected, Spanish keyboard laptop.

The nand filling program needs to be modified to create files in the journal (it created files in the directory where I ran it). I did get the message to delete files, but I had to go to the virtual terminal to read it and hit enter.

After fixing the way we fill the nand... I will create other bugs that should be addressed in the future.
gs that should be addressed in the future., and Very hard to even fill the Journal or NAND; had to copy files once I got past 80% full. Then got all the appropriate messages for automatically deleting a few things.
Created warning.pngThe date "" was not understood (support for dates is still experimental).
More notes none
Pass criteria The laptop should give the message that the disk is full and tell you that it will remove files to allow booting.
PassFail Pass  +
Short name Nand-full  +
Software release Candidate  +
System component Journal/Datastore  +
System feature trac #7591  +
Test category Journal  +
Test objective Fill up the Nand memory to >88%; Ensure on the next boot that some files will be deleted automatically to allow booting.  +
Test procedure 1. Get to >88% diskfull (check progressvia 'df' command).

2. Reboot laptop<br />

3. Agree to deleted files
Test setup Fill a laptop with files either by downloading lots of large activities (like doom, metrocity, wikipediaen); or use the python script.
Test subcategory performance  +
Test tools warning.pngString representation Python script to create files of random da […] , you will get to >95% full (using df). is too long for OLPC.
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