ESA SOCIS - Fault injection tools topic
gedare at rtems.org
Mon Jul 29 14:45:43 UTC 2013
This seems like a good project. Ballista looks like it is "dead"
upstream. You'll want to scope your project to decide what / how much
of RTEMS you can reasonably instrument with fault injection. I also
wonder if it would be sensible to first start with a tool that can
support test input "fuzzing", which is related to but somewhat
different than fault injection. I think "fuzzing" is more
appropriately related to test coverage /testing, whereas fault
injection can include also non-valid inputs and faults, such as
flipping bits in code or modifying values on-the-fly.
On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 4:25 AM, Krzysztof Mięsowicz
<krzysztof.miesowicz at gmail.com> wrote:
> My name is Krzysiek. I participated in ESA SOCIS 2012 for RTEMS and worked
> on improving test coverage. I'm interested in participating in this edition
> of SOCIS again.
> I browse Open Projects page of RTEMS and I have question about topic related
> to fault injection tools. Have you any tips or suggestions to this topic
> (especially which tools are most desired or promising and how this project
> should look in details).
> I googled a bit about fault injection and free tools and find some:
> Ballista, LFI, Fuzz, or JACA which potentially could be applied to RTEMS
> testing. But I'm looking forward to any tips or thoughts from you and
> additionaly is it possible to be selected again this year.
> Thanks in advance for your replies.
> Krzysiek Mięsowicz
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