Osmocom GSM Tester, jenkins integrated GSM hardware testing https://osmocom.org/projects/osmo-gsm-tester
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Harald Welte 882b8aee01 update git URLs (git -> https; gitea/gerrit) 5 months ago
scenarios srs-enb: adds support to the malloc interceptor. 1 year ago
suites 4g-iperf3-bidir: modified the test to parameterize the number of ue in the test. 1 year ago
ttcn3 update git URLs (git -> https; gitea/gerrit) 5 months ago
README.md Cmdline arg -c sets main configuration file (old paths.conf) instead of dir containing it 3 years ago
default-suites.conf run handover_2G in default-suites.conf 2 years ago
defaults.conf sysmocom/defaults.conf: Fix recently changed node name 2 years ago
handover-suites.conf add handover_2G suite, with handover.py test 2 years ago
main.conf config: suites_dir and scenarios_dir are now a list of paths 3 years ago
resources.conf.prod sysmocom resources.conf.prod: Update modem paths + add new modems after HW upgrade 2 years ago
resources.conf.rnd configure fixed ARFCN per bts 2 years ago
resources.conf.virtual sysmocom/resources.conf.virtual: remove no longer existing arfcn resources 2 years ago


This a real 2G test suite configured and ready to use. The only thing missing is a trial dir containing binaries.

You can point osmo-gsm-tester.py at this config using the '-c $DIR/main.conf' command line argument, where DIR is the directory path where this README file resides.

If you have your trial with binary tar archives in ~/my_trial you can run the suite for example like this:

osmo-gsm-tester.py -c $DIR/main.conf ~/my_trial

Alternatively you can setup this example as default config for your user by doing something like:

mkdir -p ~/.config
ln -s "$DIR" ~/.config/osmo-gsm-tester

A ./state dir will be created to store the current osmo-gsm-tester state. If you prefer not to write to $DIR, set up an own configuration pointing at a different path (see main.conf: 'state_dir').