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From: Shuah Khan <>
To: Linux Kernel Mailing List <>,
Cc: Dmitry Vyukov <>,
	Shuah Khan <>
Subject: [ANN] New git repository for Autogenerated regression tests
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2019 10:41:36 -0600	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <> (raw)

I created a new repository for compiling and preserving
Autogenerated regression tests. This is an outcome based on decision
made at the Maintainer Summit to preserve and use the autogenerated
reproducers for regression testing.

Linux Kernel Autogenerated Regression Tests

linux-arts repository is dedicated to preserving the autogenerated
regression tests for regression testing.

Automates testing entities such as Syzbot generate reproducers to test
the kernel. It is a manual process to download reproducers and once the
bug is fixed, kernel developers loose track of these reproducers.

As per the decision made at a session at the Maintainers Summit 2019,
this git repository is created to preserve the reproducers.

Please find the details on the discussion that lead to this decision

Please find the new git repo at:

The initial commit pulls in Syzkaller reproducers from Dmitry Vyukov.
As per Dmitry's request, the run and build scripts have been updated
to with just the syzbot link.

Thanks Dmitry for compiling these reproducers and working on the
framework of running and building them.

As for reproducers, each .c is specific to syzbot report and named
with the syzbot bug report ID.

Please play with it and let me know if you have questions. README
has the details on where to send patches and regressions tests.

-- Shuah

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