[blfs-dev] My BLFS checks

Bruce Dubbs bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Tue Mar 25 10:33:48 PDT 2014


Fernando de Oliveira wrote:
> Em 18-02-2014 15:47, Armin K. escreveu:
>> On 02/18/2014 06:29 PM, Armin K. wrote:
>
>
>>> All packages were run with testsuites (yeah, I can't believe it either),
>>> so I had to build a bit more packages than I actually needed. I still
>>> can't get glib testsuite to finish ... It has been running for half an
>>> hour yet. If it finishes, I'll post the result.
>
>
>>> If the glib manages to complete today, I'll post it too.
>>>
>>
>> "make check" was running for 90 minutes and I canceled it. If anyone
>> manages to get it to work, please let me know. Most of the time it spent
>> idling on the same test - gio one, not sure exactly which is it.
>
> Sorry, for the delay. The tests were on the older dev machine, never
> remembered to get them, when BLFS-7.5 was not running for development.
>
> But at the results below are for the new version glib-2.40.0.
>
>
> One test failed: test_timer_basic
>
> $ cat glib-2.40.0/glib/tests/timer.log
> **
> GLib:ERROR:timer.c:38:test_timer_basic: assertion failed (micros ==
> ((guint64)(elapsed * 1e6)) % 1000000): (4 == 3)
> ../../tap-test: line 5: 18123 Aborted                 $1 -k --tap
> # random seed: R02Sc07a858e6ba4295f80fbba24f840fdc7
> # Start of timer tests
> # GLib:ERROR:timer.c:38:test_timer_basic: assertion failed (micros ==
> ((guint64)(elapsed * 1e6)) % 1000000): (4 == 3)
> ERROR: timer - missing test plan
> ERROR: timer - exited with status 134 (terminated by signal 6?)
>
> For the tests:
>
> SBU: 3.4
> Additional size: 54 MB
>
> I have tried a patch from Debian, transformed in sed, so other places
> were also modified, but the problem continues. I am not sure, but it
> seems I had this problem before, don't remember in which version.

I would think a timer issue would be HW related, but it could also be a 
test program issue as opposed to something internal to glib.

I suggest just making a statement like we do with glibc that the test 
sometimes fails for unknown reasons.

Do you have any known issues in actually using the package?

   -- Bruce






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