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* [dts] [PATCH v1]test_plans: add bbdev_test_plan.rst
@ 2019-09-19  8:45 Peng Yuan
  2019-09-20  6:48 ` Tu, Lijuan
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 2+ messages in thread
From: Peng Yuan @ 2019-09-19  8:45 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: dts; +Cc: Peng Yuan

Add bbdev_test_plan.rst to test_plans

Signed-off-by: Peng Yuan <yuan.peng@intel.com>

diff --git a/test_plans/bbdev_test_plan.rst b/test_plans/bbdev_test_plan.rst
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..800e7f6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/test_plans/bbdev_test_plan.rst
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+.. Copyright (c) <2018>, Intel Corporation
+      All rights reserved.
+
+   Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+   modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+   are met:
+
+   - Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+   - Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in
+     the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
+     distribution.
+
+   - Neither the name of Intel Corporation nor the names of its
+     contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived
+     from this software without specific prior written permission.
+
+   THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
+   "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
+   LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
+   FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+   COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
+   INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
+   (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
+   SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+   HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
+   STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
+   ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
+   OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+=============================================================
+Wireless device for ICX-D (bbdev) for Turbo decoding/encoding
+=============================================================
+Description
+===========
+
+   The Wireless Baseband library provides a common programming framework that
+   abstracts HW accelerators based on FPGA and/or Fixed Function Accelerators
+   that assist with 3gpp Physical Layer processing. Furthermore, it decouples
+   the application from the compute-intensive wireless functions by abstracting
+   their optimized libraries to appear as virtual bbdev devices.
+   The functional scope of the BBDEV library are those functions in relation to
+   the 3gpp Layer 1 signal processing (channel coding, modulation, ...).
+   The framework currently only supports Turbo Code FEC function.
+   The Wireless Baseband library follows the same ideology of DPDK's Ethernet
+   Device and Crypto Device frameworks. Wireless Baseband provides a generic
+   acceleration abstraction framework which supports both physical (hardware)
+   and virtual (software) wireless acceleration functions.
+
+   Physical bbdev devices are discovered during the PCI probe/enumeration of
+   the EAL function which is executed at DPDK initialization, based on
+   their PCI device identifier, each unique PCI BDF (bus/bridge, device,
+   function).
+   Virtual devices can be created by two mechanisms, either using the EAL
+   command line options or from within the application using an EAL API
+   directly.
+   so it is required to perform validation of the framework divided into
+   2 stages:
+   Stage 1: Validation of the SW-only solution (turbo_sw)
+   Stage 2: Validation of the HW-accelerated solution (ICX-D TIP) on an ICX-D
+   platform.
+   We now only support stage 1.
+
+Prerequisites
+=============
+
+1. OS and Hardware
+   (a) An AVX2 supporting machine
+   (b) Windriver TS 2 or CentOS 7 operating systems
+       (Fedora 25 and Ubuntu 16.04 is ok.)
+   (c) Intel ICC compiler installed
+
+2. FlexRAN SDK Libraries
+   To build DPDK with the *turbo_sw* PMD the user is required to download
+   the export controlled ``FlexRAN SDK`` Libraries.
+   An account at Intel Resource Design Center needs to be registered from
+   https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/design/resource-design-center.html
+   Direct download link from Intel RDC ->
+   https://cdrd.intel.com/v1/dl/getContent/575367
+   After download is complete, the user needs to unpack and compile on their
+   system before building DPDK.
+   You can refer to the file dpdk/doc/guides/bbdevs/turbo_sw.rst.
+
+3. PMD setting
+   Current BBDEV framework is en-suited with two vdev PMD drivers:
+   null and turbo_sw.
+   1) Null PMD is similar to cryptodev Null PMD, which is an empty driver to
+   measure the overhead added by the framework.
+   2) Turbo_sw is a sw-only driver wrapper for FlexRAN SDK optimized Turbo
+   coding libraries.
+   It can be enabled by setting
+
+   ``CONFIG_RTE_LIBRTE_PMD_BBDEV_TURBO_SW=y``
+
+   The offload cases can be enabled by setting
+
+   ``CONFIG_RTE_BBDEV_OFFLOAD_COST=y``
+
+   They are both located in the build configuration file ``common_base``.
+
+4. Test tool
+   A test suite for BBDEV is packaged with the framework to ease the
+   validation needs for various functions and use cases.
+   The tool to use for validation and testing is called: test-bbdev,
+   that is packaged with test vectors that are ready-to-use.
+   Test-bbdev tool is located at this location:
+   app/test-bbdev/
+   The command-line options you can refer to:
+   dpdk/doc/guides/tools/testbbdev.rst
+
+
+Test case 1: bbdev null device
+==============================
+
+Executing bbdev null device with *bbdev_null.data* helps in measuring
+the overhead introduced by the bbdev framework::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_null0"
+    -v ./test_vectors/bbdev_null.data
+
+bbdev_null device does not have to be defined explicitly as it is created
+by default. so the command-line can be written as::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -v ./test_vectors/bbdev_null.data
+
+The case only cover unittest, all the other cases are skipped.
+The "bbdev_null.data" can be omitted::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py
+
+or you can define the specific test defined::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -c validation
+
+or::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -v test_vectors/bbdev_null.data
+
+All above test cases run with "--vdev=baseband_null0".
+
+Test case 2: Turbo encoding validation
+======================================
+
+It runs **validation** test for Turbo encode vector file
+Number of operations to process on device is set to 64
+and operations timeout is set to 120s
+and enqueue/dequeue burst size is set to 8 and to 32.
+Moreover a bbdev (*turbo_sw*) device will be created::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -p ../../x86_64-native-linuxapp-icc/app/testbbdev \
+    -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -t 120 -c validation \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -b 8 32
+
+you can check the result from the detailed printing, and compare
+the two results from different burst size.
+
+Test case 3: Turbo decoding validation
+======================================
+
+It runs **validation** test for Turbo decode vector file
+we use default options::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c validation \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_dec_*
+
+you can check the result from the detailed printing.
+
+Test case 4: Turbo encoding latency
+===================================
+
+It runs **latency** test for Turbo encode vector file::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c latency \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 512 -b 64 512
+
+Test calculates three latency metrics:
+1) offload_latency_tc
+2) offload_latency_empty_q_tc
+3) operation_latency_tc
+You can compare the three latency from different burst size.
+
+Test case 5: Turbo decoding latency
+===================================
+
+It runs **latency** test for Turbo decode vector file::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c latency \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_dec_c1_k40_r0_e17280_sbd_negllr.data -n 512 -b 64
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c latency \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_dec_c1_k40_r0_e17280_sbd_negllr.data -n 128 -b 64
+
+You can compare the three latency from different number of operations.
+
+Test case 6: Turbo encoding throughput
+======================================
+
+It runs **throughput** test for Turbo encode vector file::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -l 16 -b 64
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -l 8 -b 64
+
+You can compare the turbo encode throughput from different number of lcores.
+then different burst size::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -l 16 -b 64
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -l 16 -b 32
+
+You can compare the turbo encode throughput from different burst size.
+then different number of operations::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -l 16 -b 32
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 32 -l 16 -b 32
+
+You can compare the turbo encode throughput from different number of
+operations.
+
+Test case 7: Turbo decoding throughput
+======================================
+
+It runs **throughput** test for Turbo decode vector file.
+you can run the three subcases of test case 6 which just needed to
+change the test vector file to decode data file, and
+compare the results.
+
+Test case 8: Turbo encoding and decoding offload and latency
+============================================================
+
+It runs **offload ** and **latency** test for Turbo encode vector file::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -p ../../x86_64-native-linuxapp-icc/app/testbbdev \
+    -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -t 120 -c offload latency \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data \
+    ./test_vectors/turbo_dec_c1_k40_r0_e17280_sbd_negllr.data -n 64 -l 16 -b 8 32
+
+Compare the results.
+
+Test case 9: Scrum all tests and all vector files
+=================================================
+
+It runs all tests and all vector files::
+
+    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" \
+    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data
+
+Then go through all the .date files.
-- 
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* Re: [dts] [PATCH v1]test_plans: add bbdev_test_plan.rst
  2019-09-19  8:45 [dts] [PATCH v1]test_plans: add bbdev_test_plan.rst Peng Yuan
@ 2019-09-20  6:48 ` Tu, Lijuan
  0 siblings, 0 replies; 2+ messages in thread
From: Tu, Lijuan @ 2019-09-20  6:48 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Peng, Yuan, dts; +Cc: Peng, Yuan

Applied, thanks

> -----Original Message-----
> From: dts [mailto:dts-bounces@dpdk.org] On Behalf Of Peng Yuan
> Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2019 4:46 PM
> To: dts@dpdk.org
> Cc: Peng, Yuan <yuan.peng@intel.com>
> Subject: [dts] [PATCH v1]test_plans: add bbdev_test_plan.rst
> 
> Add bbdev_test_plan.rst to test_plans
> 
> Signed-off-by: Peng Yuan <yuan.peng@intel.com>
> 
> diff --git a/test_plans/bbdev_test_plan.rst b/test_plans/bbdev_test_plan.rst
> new file mode 100644 index 0000000..800e7f6
> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/test_plans/bbdev_test_plan.rst
> @@ -0,0 +1,257 @@
> +.. Copyright (c) <2018>, Intel Corporation
> +      All rights reserved.
> +
> +   Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
> +   modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
> +   are met:
> +
> +   - Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
> +     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
> +
> +   - Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
> +     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in
> +     the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
> +     distribution.
> +
> +   - Neither the name of Intel Corporation nor the names of its
> +     contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived
> +     from this software without specific prior written permission.
> +
> +   THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND
> CONTRIBUTORS
> +   "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
> +   LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
> FITNESS
> +   FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
> +   COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
> INDIRECT,
> +   INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
> +   (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
> OR
> +   SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
> +   HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
> CONTRACT,
> +   STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
> +   ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
> ADVISED
> +   OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
> +
> +=============================================================
> +Wireless device for ICX-D (bbdev) for Turbo decoding/encoding
> +=============================================================
> +Description
> +===========
> +
> +   The Wireless Baseband library provides a common programming
> framework that
> +   abstracts HW accelerators based on FPGA and/or Fixed Function
> Accelerators
> +   that assist with 3gpp Physical Layer processing. Furthermore, it decouples
> +   the application from the compute-intensive wireless functions by
> abstracting
> +   their optimized libraries to appear as virtual bbdev devices.
> +   The functional scope of the BBDEV library are those functions in relation
> to
> +   the 3gpp Layer 1 signal processing (channel coding, modulation, ...).
> +   The framework currently only supports Turbo Code FEC function.
> +   The Wireless Baseband library follows the same ideology of DPDK's
> Ethernet
> +   Device and Crypto Device frameworks. Wireless Baseband provides a
> generic
> +   acceleration abstraction framework which supports both physical
> (hardware)
> +   and virtual (software) wireless acceleration functions.
> +
> +   Physical bbdev devices are discovered during the PCI probe/enumeration
> of
> +   the EAL function which is executed at DPDK initialization, based on
> +   their PCI device identifier, each unique PCI BDF (bus/bridge, device,
> +   function).
> +   Virtual devices can be created by two mechanisms, either using the EAL
> +   command line options or from within the application using an EAL API
> +   directly.
> +   so it is required to perform validation of the framework divided into
> +   2 stages:
> +   Stage 1: Validation of the SW-only solution (turbo_sw)
> +   Stage 2: Validation of the HW-accelerated solution (ICX-D TIP) on an ICX-D
> +   platform.
> +   We now only support stage 1.
> +
> +Prerequisites
> +=============
> +
> +1. OS and Hardware
> +   (a) An AVX2 supporting machine
> +   (b) Windriver TS 2 or CentOS 7 operating systems
> +       (Fedora 25 and Ubuntu 16.04 is ok.)
> +   (c) Intel ICC compiler installed
> +
> +2. FlexRAN SDK Libraries
> +   To build DPDK with the *turbo_sw* PMD the user is required to
> download
> +   the export controlled ``FlexRAN SDK`` Libraries.
> +   An account at Intel Resource Design Center needs to be registered from
> +   https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/design/resource-design-
> center.html
> +   Direct download link from Intel RDC ->
> +   https://cdrd.intel.com/v1/dl/getContent/575367
> +   After download is complete, the user needs to unpack and compile on
> their
> +   system before building DPDK.
> +   You can refer to the file dpdk/doc/guides/bbdevs/turbo_sw.rst.
> +
> +3. PMD setting
> +   Current BBDEV framework is en-suited with two vdev PMD drivers:
> +   null and turbo_sw.
> +   1) Null PMD is similar to cryptodev Null PMD, which is an empty driver to
> +   measure the overhead added by the framework.
> +   2) Turbo_sw is a sw-only driver wrapper for FlexRAN SDK optimized Turbo
> +   coding libraries.
> +   It can be enabled by setting
> +
> +   ``CONFIG_RTE_LIBRTE_PMD_BBDEV_TURBO_SW=y``
> +
> +   The offload cases can be enabled by setting
> +
> +   ``CONFIG_RTE_BBDEV_OFFLOAD_COST=y``
> +
> +   They are both located in the build configuration file ``common_base``.
> +
> +4. Test tool
> +   A test suite for BBDEV is packaged with the framework to ease the
> +   validation needs for various functions and use cases.
> +   The tool to use for validation and testing is called: test-bbdev,
> +   that is packaged with test vectors that are ready-to-use.
> +   Test-bbdev tool is located at this location:
> +   app/test-bbdev/
> +   The command-line options you can refer to:
> +   dpdk/doc/guides/tools/testbbdev.rst
> +
> +
> +Test case 1: bbdev null device
> +==============================
> +
> +Executing bbdev null device with *bbdev_null.data* helps in measuring
> +the overhead introduced by the bbdev framework::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_null0"
> +    -v ./test_vectors/bbdev_null.data
> +
> +bbdev_null device does not have to be defined explicitly as it is
> +created by default. so the command-line can be written as::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -v ./test_vectors/bbdev_null.data
> +
> +The case only cover unittest, all the other cases are skipped.
> +The "bbdev_null.data" can be omitted::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py
> +
> +or you can define the specific test defined::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -c validation
> +
> +or::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -v test_vectors/bbdev_null.data
> +
> +All above test cases run with "--vdev=baseband_null0".
> +
> +Test case 2: Turbo encoding validation
> +======================================
> +
> +It runs **validation** test for Turbo encode vector file Number of
> +operations to process on device is set to 64 and operations timeout is
> +set to 120s and enqueue/dequeue burst size is set to 8 and to 32.
> +Moreover a bbdev (*turbo_sw*) device will be created::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -p ../../x86_64-native-linuxapp-icc/app/testbbdev \
> +    -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -t 120 -c validation \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -b 8 32
> +
> +you can check the result from the detailed printing, and compare the
> +two results from different burst size.
> +
> +Test case 3: Turbo decoding validation
> +======================================
> +
> +It runs **validation** test for Turbo decode vector file we use default
> +options::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c validation \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_dec_*
> +
> +you can check the result from the detailed printing.
> +
> +Test case 4: Turbo encoding latency
> +===================================
> +
> +It runs **latency** test for Turbo encode vector file::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c latency \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 512 -b 64
> + 512
> +
> +Test calculates three latency metrics:
> +1) offload_latency_tc
> +2) offload_latency_empty_q_tc
> +3) operation_latency_tc
> +You can compare the three latency from different burst size.
> +
> +Test case 5: Turbo decoding latency
> +===================================
> +
> +It runs **latency** test for Turbo decode vector file::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c latency \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_dec_c1_k40_r0_e17280_sbd_negllr.data -n 512
> + -b 64
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c latency \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_dec_c1_k40_r0_e17280_sbd_negllr.data -n 128
> + -b 64
> +
> +You can compare the three latency from different number of operations.
> +
> +Test case 6: Turbo encoding throughput
> +======================================
> +
> +It runs **throughput** test for Turbo encode vector file::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -l 16 -b
> + 64
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -l 8 -b
> + 64
> +
> +You can compare the turbo encode throughput from different number of
> lcores.
> +then different burst size::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -l 16 -b
> + 64
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -l 16 -b
> + 32
> +
> +You can compare the turbo encode throughput from different burst size.
> +then different number of operations::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 64 -l 16 -b
> + 32
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -c throughput \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data -n 32 -l 16 -b
> + 32
> +
> +You can compare the turbo encode throughput from different number of
> +operations.
> +
> +Test case 7: Turbo decoding throughput
> +======================================
> +
> +It runs **throughput** test for Turbo decode vector file.
> +you can run the three subcases of test case 6 which just needed to
> +change the test vector file to decode data file, and compare the
> +results.
> +
> +Test case 8: Turbo encoding and decoding offload and latency
> +============================================================
> +
> +It runs **offload ** and **latency** test for Turbo encode vector file::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -p ../../x86_64-native-linuxapp-icc/app/testbbdev \
> +    -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" -t 120 -c offload latency \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data \
> +    ./test_vectors/turbo_dec_c1_k40_r0_e17280_sbd_negllr.data -n 64 -l
> + 16 -b 8 32
> +
> +Compare the results.
> +
> +Test case 9: Scrum all tests and all vector files
> +=================================================
> +
> +It runs all tests and all vector files::
> +
> +    ./test-bbdev.py -e="--vdev=baseband_turbo_sw" \
> +    -v ./test_vectors/turbo_enc_c1_k40_r0_e1196_rm.data
> +
> +Then go through all the .date files.
> --
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	# If you have public-inbox 1.1+ installed, you may
	# initialize and index your mirror using the following commands:
	public-inbox-init -V2 dts dts/ http://inbox.dpdk.org/dts \
		dts@dpdk.org
	public-inbox-index dts


Newsgroup available over NNTP:
	nntp://inbox.dpdk.org/inbox.dpdk.dts


AGPL code for this site: git clone https://public-inbox.org/ public-inbox