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SubjectLTP Results for 2.6.x and 2.4.x
Here's an updated summary of our LTP regression test runs against the
2.6.x and 2.4.x kernels on RedHat 9.0:

http://developer.osdl.org/bryce/ltp/


Briefly, here are the numbers for the most recent kernels:

Patch Name TestReq# LTP Ver CPU PASS FAIL WARN BROK
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
linux-2.6.10 299759 20041105 2-way 2196 6 2 6
patch-2.6.10-rc3 299166 20041007 2-way 2199 6 2 6
patch-2.6.10-rc2 298746 20041007 2-way 2198 8 2 6
patch-2.6.10-rc1 298400 20041007 2-way 2198 6 2 6

Patch Name TestReq# LTP CPU PASS FAIL WARN BROK
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
patch-2.4.29-rc3 300054 20041105 2-way 2210 3 2 3
patch-2.4.29-rc1 299873 20041105 2-way 2210 3 2 3
patch-2.4.29-pre2 299601 20041105 2-way 2210 3 2 3
patch-2.4.29-pre1 298976 20041007 2-way 2210 3 2 3
linux-2.4.28 298851 20041007 2-way 2210 3 2 3

A summary and a detailed report of the current failures on 2.6.10 is
available at:

http://khack.osdl.org/299759/results/FAIL_summary.txt
http://developer.osdl.org/bryce/ltp/failrpt_299759_2.6.10.txt

I've run into some issues with patch-2.6.11-rc1 and the latest LTP, but
will post numbers when I've sorted those out.

Bryce

On Fri, 1 Oct 2004, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> On Fri, 1 Oct 2004, Bryce Harrington wrote:
> >
> > madvise02 7 FAIL : madvise failed with wrong errno, expected
> > errno = 22, got errno = 12 : Cannot allocate
> > memory
> > See: ltp/testcases/kernel/syscalls/madvise/madvise02.c
>
> Are you running this test on a 64-bit kernel with a 32-bit test
> environment? This failure _looks_ that way, apparently because the
> compatibility layer doesn't sign-extend "len". And quite frankly,
> sign-extending it would be silly, although I think it would make the test
> happy.
>
> Linus
>


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