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Fuego directories in 'raw' format

This page describes the fuego directory structure, and what the items in each area are used for.

= Inside the container =
 * '''/fuego-core''' - the fuego core directory, containing tests, scripts and the overlay generator for executing Fuego tests
     
   * '''fuego''' - directory for fuego back-end system
     * This is populated from the fuego-core repository when the container is created, and provides landing places for other symlinks in the system
     * '''engine'''
       * '''overlays''' - 
         * '''base''' - contains the base fuego functions and variables
         * '''distribs''' - contains files for defining different targert distribution attributes
         * '''testplans''' - contains testplan files (in json format)
         * '''test_specs''' - contains test spec files (in json format)
           * Note that each spec is in a named file (eg. Functional.bc.spec) in this directory
       * '''scripts''' - core scripts which implement the Fuego test framework
       * '''tests''' - actual test materials themselves, including the base script for each test
         * '''Benchmark.foo''' - has the tarfile, patches, base script, parser.py and reference.log for a particular benchmark test
         * '''Functional.bar''' - has the tarfile, patches, base script, results comparison logs (*_p.log and *_n.log) for a particular functional test
     
 * '''/fuego-ro''' - has runtime data used by Fuego, but not writable by fuego
   * Note that this is volume-mounted from inside the container to the host system
   * '''boards''' - place for board configuration files
   * '''conf''' - place where Fuego configuration is stored
   * '''toolchains''' - place where toolchains may be installed
 * '''/fuego-rw''' - has runtime data used by the Fuego system in the container, and actually stored on the host (for persistence)
   * Note that this is volume-mounted from inside the container to the host system
   * '''buildzone''' - place where test programs are built
     * '''Functional.foo-''platform-name''''' - directory for build materials for that test and platform combination
   * '''logs''' - place where test run logs are stored
     * '''Functional.<test_name>''' - log files for a particular test test
       * '''<board>.<spec>.<build_id>.<build_number>''' - the 'run' directory for a test execution
         * '''devlog.txt''' - the developer log for a test - list of operations executed during the test
         * '''syslogs.<time>.txt''' - system logs for test runs (from the target) (before the test and after the test)
         * '''testlog.txt''' - test logs for test runs (from the actual test programs)
         * '''consolelog.txt''' - link to Jenkins console log, or local file, if test was executed using ftc
     * '''Benchmark.<test_name>''' - logs files for a benchmark test
       * plot.data
       * plot.png
       * '''<board>.<spec>.<build_id>.<build_number>''' - the 'run' directory for a test execution
         * all of the above, plus:
         * Benchmark.<test_name>.info.json
         * Benchmark.<test_name>.<metric>.json
   * '''boards''' - place where board-specific test data is stored


 * '''/var/lib/jenkins''' -  - where Jenkins system configuration and data files live
   * '''jobs''' - holds the Jenkins test definition files (config.xml for each test) as well as test output for each test run
            * '''<jobname>'''
              * '''builds''' - data about all test runs for this test
                * '''''<build_number>''''' - jenkins data and console log for a particular test run (build.xml and log)
   * '''plugins''' - place where Jenkins stores plugin code and data
     * this is populated from the fuego source repository frontend-install/plugins when the container is created
   * '''userContent''' - material that is served by Jenkins for the user interface
     * '''docs''' - has the Fuego PDF documents
     * '''fuego.logs''' - link to /fuego-rw/logs - so that logs are accessible from Jenkins user interface
   * '''updates''' - used for Jenkins update operations
   * '''logs''' - has Jenkins process logs
     * '''slaves''' - has Jenkins control logs for each target board
       * '''''<target>''''' - has the slave logs for the indicated target


= in the 'fuego' source repository =
 * '''docs''' - contains documentation for the Fuego system
 * '''frontend-install''' - has material for configuring the Jenkins installation for Fuego
    * '''plugins''' - has plugins installed to Jenkins in the docker container
      * '''flot-plotter-plugin''' source for the flot plotting plugin
 * '''fuego-host-scripts''' - contains scripts for creating and launching the fuego container 
 * '''fuego-scripts''' - contains miscellaneous scripts used at container build time and runtime
 * '''fuego-ro''' - has runtime data used by the Fuego system in the container
 * '''fuego-rw''' - has runtime data used by the Fuego system in the container
  


= in the 'fuego-core' source repository
 * '''engine''' - this contains the main fuego engine (the back-end scripts and suporting data files)
   * '''overlays''' - has the fuego script system and data
     * '''base''' - contains the base fuego functions and variables
     * '''distribs''' - contains files for defining different targert distribution attributes
     * '''testplans''' - contains testplan files (in json format)
   * '''scripts''' - core scripts which implement the Fuego test framework
   * '''tests''' - has the actual test materials themselves, including the base script for each test
     * '''Benchmark.foo''' - has the tarfile, patches, base script, parser.py and reference.log for a particular benchmark test
     * '''Functional.bar''' - has the tarfile, patches, base script, results comparison logs (*_p.log and *_n.log) for a particular functional test




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