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Last night I did an i386 anita run, which died as follows:
: rump/rumpkern/t_sp (481/568): 10 test cases
: basic: [1.431057s] Passed.
: fork_fakeauth: [1.554477s] Passed.
: fork_pipecomm: [1.566941s] Passed.
: fork_simple: [1.529521s] Passed.
: reconnect: [5.554751s] Passed.
: signal: [1.563789s] Passed.
: sigsafe: [7.669842s] Passed.
: stress_killer: [32.187932s] Passed.
: stress_long: Traceback (most recent call last):
: [~3 screenfuls of python vomit meaning "timed out"]
Is this normal, or does it mean I broke something? Does the global
timeout length need increasing again?
(the machine I was using is not especially fast, but not especially
This of course throws away all the test metadata, so I have no idea
which of the tests actually failed... now I remember why I always used
to unconditionally log all ATF console output to a file. It's often
all the information you get. :-/
David A. Holland
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