Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1010756
[RFE] feature for rlRun, output the command and stdout stderr to "t_log--$caseName"
Last modified: 2016-09-19 22:12:35 EDT
Created attachment 801458 [details]
patch for complete
Description of problem:
RFE: feature for rlRun, output the command and stdout stderr to OUTPUTFILE and t_log--$caseName
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. cur rlRun did not output the command line info to OUTPUTFILE and t_log--$caseName;
2. sometimes we want to skip the exit code check.
rlRun "CMD no need check exit code, need screen info" -
[21:14:47 root@ /tmp/tmp.X3Cr127p1l]# CMD no need check exit code,
the out put of CMD
I'm not entirely sure about this RFE. For the OUTPUTFILE part, I'll need to look into how we use (or don't) OUTPUTFILE elsewhere, and if it is supposed to be always set in BL test.
I like the 'don't check exit code, just log" part though, so I'll try to think of something.
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Do you still need this feature? Why rlRun -s "command" 0-255 or rlRun -s "command; :" is not enough?
(In reply to Dalibor Pospíšil from comment #5)
> Do you still need this feature? Why rlRun -s "command" 0-255 or rlRun -s
> "command; :" is not enough?
No, sometimes we don't want the end check log,
and just ":: [ BEGIN ] :: Running " is not enough.
$ rlRun -s "ls"
:: [ BEGIN ] :: Running 'ls'
:: [ PASS ] :: Command 'ls' (Expected 0, got 0)
$ run 'ls'
[09:32:35 yjh@ ~~]# ls
:: [ PASS ] :: Running 'ls' (Expected 0, got 0)
$ run 'ls' -
[09:32:38 yjh@ ~~]# ls
<<<--- here no PASS/WARN/FAIL check and log report