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Re: port-macppc/55340: kernel hang during rump test run + ddb failure
The following reply was made to PR port-macppc/55340; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Rin Okuyama <rokuyama.rk%gmail.com@localhost>
To: gnats-bugs%netbsd.org@localhost, port-macppc-maintainer%netbsd.org@localhost,
Subject: Re: port-macppc/55340: kernel hang during rump test run + ddb failure
Date: Mon, 8 Jun 2020 10:10:01 +0900
Could you try the patch attached in port-powerpc/55325:
With this patch, kernel does not hung for my Mac mini (uniprocessor):
| Tests root: /usr/tests/rump/rumpkern
| t_sp (1/1): 10 test cases
| basic: [1.030238s] Passed.
| fork_fakeauth: [0.528322s] Passed.
| fork_pipecomm: [0.530721s] Passed.
| fork_simple: [0.545351s] Passed.
| reconnect: [3.729749s] Passed.
| signal: [0.952547s] Passed.
| sigsafe: [6.074471s] Passed.
| stress_killer: [323.604229s] Passed.
| stress_long: [604.847985s] Failed: Test case timed out after 300 seconds
| stress_short: [603.281914s] Failed: Test case timed out after 300 seconds
| Failed test cases:
| t_sp:stress_long, t_sp:stress_short
| Summary for 1 test programs:
| 8 passed test cases.
| 2 failed test cases.
| 0 expected failed test cases.
| 0 skipped test cases.
Or, DIAGNOSTIC may help you. (Unfortunately, DIAGNOSTIC is disabled for
macppc for a very long time.) If your machine has gem(4), a dirty hack
described in port-macppc/55326:
is necessary in order to enable DIAGNOSTIC.
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