Bugzilla – Bug 174
tcp_sigpipe test failure
Last modified: 2008-05-22 19:00:31 CEST
While building unbound 1.0.0 on Ubuntu 8.04 (Linux squeak 2.6.24-16-generic #1 SMP Thu Apr 10 13:23:42 UTC 2008 i686 GNU/Linux), I noted a test suite failure.
minitpkg extract tcp_sigpipe.tpkg to tcp_sigpipe.17731
minitpkg exe tcp_sigpipe
minitpkg exe tcp_sigpipe.pre
Warning: tcp_sigpipe.pre did not exit successfully
minitpkg exe tcp_sigpipe.test
minitpkg exe tcp_sigpipe.post
tcp_sigpipe.post: line 10: kill: (17740) - No such process
!! FAILED !! : tcp_sigpipe
Expected behavior: all tests pass.
Could you provide the contents of testdata/result.tcp_sigpipe ?
Please note that the testsuite was not made to be portable everywhere, like the main daemon is. But it should run on Ubuntu without too much problems.
Unfortunately while investigating this, I overwrote the result file with a successful run :-) It seems that if there is no system ldns install, the test attempts to run ldns-testns from /home/wouter/bin. When ldns is installed on the system, this test passes.
Aha. Thank you that /home/wouter is only supposed to be used inside our test rig. I fixed it so it checks for ldns-testns.
Thanks for your help, Wouter