Re: [PATCH 0/4] New debug feature: IPC message injector

From: Mark Brown
Date: Wed Nov 17 2021 - 17:31:44 EST

On Tue, 16 Nov 2021 17:21:33 +0200, Daniel Baluta wrote:
> From: Daniel Baluta <daniel.baluta@xxxxxxx>
> With the new SND_SOC_SOF_DEBUG_IPC_MSG_INJECTOR it is going to be
> possible to inject arbitrary messages via the debugfs/sof/ipc_msg_inject
> file and get the reply from the same file as a binary.
> The main use of this feature is to stress test the firmware's robustness
> against maliciously (or erroneous) crafted messages.
> We also receive firmware crash reports with only a binary of the sent
> message which caused the firmware crash.
> [...]

Applied to for-next


[1/4] ASoC: SOF: utils: Add generic function to get the reply for a tx message
commit: 8ae77801c81d16a09f6b67a6f8d91255d34f5f2c
[2/4] ASoC: SOF: imx: Use the generic helper to get the reply
commit: 18c45f270352fb76c8b5b133b3ae3971769f8a22
[3/4] ASoC: SOF: intel: Use the generic helper to get the reply
commit: 0bd2891bda4550774946abbfac88443a16c15d5a
[4/4] ASoC: SOF: debug: Add support for IPC message injection
commit: 2f0b1b013bbc5d6f4c7c386e12f423d6b4ef3245

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