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Test Functional.crashme in split format

This test runs the crashme program.
This test runs the crashme program.
You can find information about crashme here: http://www.linuxcertif.com/man/1/crashme/
You can find information about crashme here: http://www.linuxcertif.com/man/1/crashme/
crashme creates some random data, and tries to execute it to see if the system or environment will crash.
crashme creates some random data, and tries to execute it to see if the system or environment will crash.

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= Details =
This test unpacks a tarball called: crashme_2.4.tar.bz2 and deploys a single binary file (crashme) to the target.
This test unpacks a tarball called: crashme_2.4.tar.bz2
and deploys a single binary file (crashme) to the target.
The test spec for this defines the following variables: * NBYTES: 1000 * INC: 1000 * SRAND: 2 * NTRYS: 100 * NSUB: 3000
The test spec for this defines the following variables:
 * NBYTES: 1000
 * INC: 1000
 * SRAND: 2
 * NTRYS: 100
 * NSUB: 3000
These are passed to crashme as follows: * crashme NBYTES.INC SRAND NTRYS NSUB 2
These are passed to crashme as follows:
 * crashme NBYTES.INC SRAND NTRYS NSUB 2
The final 2 in the command line is the verbosity level.
The final 2 in the command line is the verbosity level.
The tests checks for the string "0 ... 3000" occuring once in the log output.
The tests checks for the string "0 ...  3000" occuring once in the log output.
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