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SubjectRe: libaio 0.3.92 test release
On Mon, Sep 16, 2002 at 10:12:19PM -0400, Benjamin LaHaise wrote:
> Hello folks,
>
> I've just uploaded the libaio 0.3.92 test release to kernel.org. Most
> notably, this release passes a few basic tests on ia64, and should work
> on x86-64 too (but isn't tested).

Thanks Ben. I just pulled down the latest patch and library and tried
them out on my ia64 box. Many of the tests in the testsuite passed,
but I encountered a hang during 'make check' after 6.t ran. Here's
the output up to that point:

[root@ainek1 harness]# make check
rm -f testdir/rofile
echo "test" >testdir/rofile
chmod 400 testdir/rofile
rm -f testdir/rwfile
echo "test" >testdir/rwfile
chmod 600 testdir/rwfile
rm -f testdir/wofile
echo "test" >testdir/wofile
chmod 200 testdir/wofile
./runtests.sh cases/2.p cases/3.p cases/4.p cases/5.p cases/6.p cases/7.p cases/8.p cases/10.p cases/11.p cases/12.p cases/13.p
Test run starting at Tue Sep 17 13:31:24 PDT 2002
Starting cases/2.p
expect -14: io_setup(-1000, 0xffffffffc0010000) = -14 [Bad address]
expect -14: io_setup( 1000, 0xffffffffc0010000) = -14 [Bad address]
expect -14: io_setup( 0, 0xffffffffc0010000) = -14 [Bad address]
expect -22: io_setup(-1000, 0x60000fffffffb990) = -22 [Invalid argument]
expect -22: io_setup( -1, 0x60000fffffffb990) = -22 [Invalid argument]
expect -22: io_setup( 0, 0x60000fffffffb990) = -22 [Invalid argument]
expect 0: io_setup( 1, 0x60000fffffffb990) = 0 [Success]
expect -22: io_setup( 1, 0x60000fffffffb990) = -22 [Invalid argument]
test cases/2.t completed PASSED.
Completed cases/2.p with 0.
Starting cases/3.p
expect -22: io_submit(0xffffffffffffffff, 1, 0x60000fffffffb960) = -22 [Invalid argument]
expect 0: io_submit(0x2000000000044000, 0, 0x60000fffffffb960) = 0 [Success]
expect -14: io_submit(0x2000000000044000, 1, (nil)) = -14 [Bad address]
expect -14: io_submit(0x2000000000044000, 1, 0xffffffffffffffff) = -14 [Bad address]
expect -14: io_submit(0x2000000000044000, 2, 0x60000fffffffb970) = -14 [Bad address]
expect -14: io_submit(0x2000000000044000, 2, 0x60000fffffffb980) = -14 [Bad address]
expect -22: io_submit(0x2000000000044000, -1, 0x60000fffffffb960) = -22 [Invalid argument]
test cases/3.t completed PASSED.
Completed cases/3.p with 0.
Starting cases/4.p
expect -9: (w), res = sync_submit: io_submit res=-9 [Bad file descriptor]
-9 [Bad file descriptor]
expect -9: (r), res = sync_submit: io_submit res=-9 [Bad file descriptor]
-9 [Bad file descriptor]
expect 512: (w), res = 512 [Success]
expect 512: (r), res = 512 [Success]
expect -22: (r), res = -22 [Invalid argument]
expect -22: (w), res = -22 [Invalid argument]
expect 0: (r), res = 0 [Success]
expect 4: (w), res = 4 [Success]
expect 4: (w), res = 4 [Success]
expect 8: (r), res = 8 [Success]
read after append: [12345678]
expect -14: (r), res = -14 [Bad address]
expect -14: (w), res = -14 [Bad address]
expect -14: (w), res = 512 [Success] -- FAILED
test cases/4.t completed FAILED.
Completed cases/4.p with 1 -- FAILED.
Starting cases/5.p
expect 512: (w), res = 512 [Success]
expect 512: (r), res = 512 [Success]
expect 512: (r), res = 512 [Success]
expect 512: (w), res = 512 [Success]
expect 512: (w), res = 512 [Success]
expect -14: (r), res = -14 [Bad address]
expect 512: (r), res = -14 [Bad address] -- FAILED
expect -14: (w), res = -14 [Bad address]
test cases/5.t completed FAILED.
Completed cases/5.p with 1 -- FAILED.
Starting cases/6.p
size = 953648
expect 805306368: (w), res = 805306368 [Success]
expect 805306368: (r), res = sync_submit: io_getevents res=0 [Success]
0 [Success] -- FAILED
test cases/6.t completed FAILED.

Unfortunately, I don't have kdb compiled into this kernel so I can't
give you a backtrace right now, but maybe you've already run into this
problem?

Thanks,
Jesse
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