Testing Combined IGT And Kernel Changes
Our CI allows for combined testing of IGT and kernel changes. See Pre-Merge Testing for details about the mailing lists.
IGT changes have to be sent first. When sending the kernel patch(es)
(both intel-gfx and trybot mailing lists are supported) make sure that you
have a cover letter that includes
Test-with: MSG-ID. MSG-ID has to
point to any patch in the IGT series. MSG-ID can be provided either with or
Note: Please make sure that you have patch numbers in the subject for
cover letter and all the patches (e.g.
[PATCH 0/1]). Older versions of git
do not add those for series with just a single patch. Patchwork uses “patch
number 0” to tell that the mail is a cover letter.
Warning: Don’t test-with old series. The historical builds artifact are being removed aggressively. As of now if you test-with anything older than a day the behavior is undefined.
Test-with: has been picked up correctly you should see, near the
bottom of the results email, that both IGT and Linux components were changed:
Build changes ------------- * IGT: IGT_4854 -> IGTPW_2521 * Linux: CI_DRM_5659 -> Patchwork_12303
You can make sure that your MSG-ID resolves correctly by using Patchwork:
https://patchwork.freedesktop.org/patch/msgid/MSG-ID. This should redirect
you to that particular patch. (e.g.