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Study and Optimization of Linux OS UBIFS File System Driver Code Coverage in Case of Data Corruption of the Memory Device.

Student: Linh chi Tran

Supervisor: Alexander K. Petrenko

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2016

This paper is dedicated to file system’s driver testing in case of data corruption of the memory device, on the example of UBIFS. In this work, OS Linux file system’s modules testing approaches are discussed; an overview of existing testing tools is given. Besides, classes of unusual UBIFS use case scenarios are presented. The aim of this work was to optimize a UBIFS driver’s code coverage, based on test suit, which targets data corruption of the memory device. In addition, an application of testing system developed by ISP RAS with a possibility of fault injections is outlined.

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