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SubjectRe: [LTP] LTP Results - July 15, 2004
On Fri, 16 Jul 2004, Paul Larson wrote:

> On Thu, 2004-07-15 at 22:42, Bryce Harrington wrote:
> > (Sorry, this time _with_ a subject line)
> >
> > LTP version LTP-20040506:
> >
> > Patch Name TestReq# CPU PASS FAIL WARN BROK RunTime
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> > 2.6.7-mm7 294831 2-way 7184 45 3 6 44.0
> These are clearly not valid failures. How are you running ltp? Any
> chance you are running out of disk space in /tmp?

Daniel McNeil and Mark Haverkamp investigated it and found it to be a
valid failure:

We were able to reliably recreate it both in and out of the STP
framework, on a variety of systems, with both the May and July versions
of LTP. We were able to trace it to a specific patch that was
introduced via 2.6.7-mm1 and that began affecting the bk tree as of
2.6.7-bk-11 a week later.

Further, I've just learned that Daniel has developed a patch which fixes
this issue:

Here is the test result showing in the test framework demonstrating
that the patch fixes the issue:

Summary of Test Results Total Tests Executed: 7242
Number Tests Passed: 7230
Number Tests Failed: 3
Number Tests Warnings: 3
Number Tests Broken: 6


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