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When you finish with the tests, remember to turn SELinux boolean selinuxuser_execheap back to default state, by issuing the command: *sudo semanage boolean -m --off selinuxuser_execheap*
Now let's start testing!
To run the basic set of tests, use this command:
sudo ./runtests.sh
To run the performance test suites, use this command:
sudo ./runtests.sh -t performance
The expected result is that the tests pass. However, some tests may fail occasionally due to system load. Anyway, add whatever results you got from the tests on the dedicated result page of the Kernel Test day!
During a kernel test day, a dedicated web application page is created for uploading results, there you can fill a form with a description of the results you got. Just Click on the *Enter Result* button and fill the form. Enter a username in the *Username* field, in the *Profile* field enter a description of the machine you tested the kernel on, and choose the result of your test from the dropdown menu (failed or pass). In the *Bugs* field you can write the number of a bug (or bug numbers divided by semicolons. i.e. '752855;25532') that you opened on Bugzilla, against that particular kernel. If you found a bug in the kernel, please report it via https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?product=Fedora&component=kernel[this link.] If you don't have a Bugzilla account,you can still log in with your FAS account.
If a test fails repeatedly, consider helping by reporting the failure on https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?product=Fedora&component=kernel[Bugzilla]
Finally add any other comments or observations you want in the *Comment* field and Click the *Submit Query* button.
_*Done!*_
Thanks for helping the fedora team in testing the newest kernel on your machine!
If you want to help more: join the https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA[Fedora Quality Assurance] team and propose new test cases for the kernel that are not already on https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/KernelRegressionTests[this] page.