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diff --git a/tools/testing/ktest/ktest.pl b/tools/testing/ktest/ktest.pl
index 8ce58d715ae..5ad891a0811 100755
--- a/tools/testing/ktest/ktest.pl
+++ b/tools/testing/ktest/ktest.pl
@@ -189,6 +189,9 @@ my $newconfig = 0;
my %entered_configs;
my %config_help;
my %variable;
+
+# force_config is the list of configs that we force enabled (or disabled)
+# in a .config file. The MIN_CONFIG and ADD_CONFIG configs.
my %force_config;
# do not force reboots on config problems
@@ -1837,6 +1840,7 @@ sub make_oldconfig {
sub load_force_config {
my ($config) = @_;
+ doprint "Loading force configs from $config\n";
open(IN, $config) or
dodie "failed to read $config";
while (<IN>) {
@@ -2389,9 +2393,24 @@ sub bisect {
success $i;
}
+# config_ignore holds the configs that were set (or unset) for
+# a good config and we will ignore these configs for the rest
+# of a config bisect. These configs stay as they were.
my %config_ignore;
+
+# config_set holds what all configs were set as.
my %config_set;
+# config_off holds the set of configs that the bad config had disabled.
+# We need to record them and set them in the .config when running
+# oldnoconfig, because oldnoconfig does not turn off new symbols, but
+# instead just keeps the defaults.
+my %config_off;
+
+# config_off_tmp holds a set of configs to turn off for now
+my @config_off_tmp;
+
+# config_list is the set of configs that are being tested
my %config_list;
my %null_config;
@@ -2470,6 +2489,16 @@ sub create_config {
}
}
+ # turn off configs to keep off
+ foreach my $config (keys %config_off) {
+ print OUT "# $config is not set\n";
+ }
+
+ # turn off configs that should be off for now
+ foreach my $config (@config_off_tmp) {
+ print OUT "# $config is not set\n";
+ }
+
foreach my $config (keys %config_ignore) {
print OUT "$config_ignore{$config}\n";
}
@@ -2551,6 +2580,13 @@ sub run_config_bisect {
do {
my @tophalf = @start_list[0 .. $half];
+ # keep the bottom half off
+ if ($half < $#start_list) {
+ @config_off_tmp = @start_list[$half + 1 .. $#start_list];
+ } else {
+ @config_off_tmp = ();
+ }
+
create_config @tophalf;
read_current_config \%current_config;
@@ -2567,7 +2603,11 @@ sub run_config_bisect {
if (!$found) {
# try the other half
doprint "Top half produced no set configs, trying bottom half\n";
+
+ # keep the top half off
+ @config_off_tmp = @tophalf;
@tophalf = @start_list[$half + 1 .. $#start_list];
+
create_config @tophalf;
read_current_config \%current_config;
foreach my $config (@tophalf) {
@@ -2705,6 +2745,10 @@ sub config_bisect {
$added_configs{$2} = $1;
$config_list{$2} = $1;
}
+ } elsif (/^# ((CONFIG\S*).*)/) {
+ # Keep these configs disabled
+ $config_set{$2} = $1;
+ $config_off{$2} = $1;
}
}
close(IN);
@@ -2727,6 +2771,8 @@ sub config_bisect {
my %config_test;
my $once = 0;
+ @config_off_tmp = ();
+
# Sometimes kconfig does weird things. We must make sure
# that the config we autocreate has everything we need
# to test, otherwise we may miss testing configs, or