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Re: Systemtap Test results 20070116 for ppc64

Srinivasa Ds wrote:

FAIL: 32-bit chmod FAIL: 32-bit dir FAIL: 32-bit mmap FAIL: 32-bit openclose FAIL: 32-bit readwrite FAIL: 32-bit statfs

These tests were enabled in cvs on ppc64 within the last couple of
days. Did these tests pass in your case or were you using older code?
I have downloaded latest source from here.

and tested it.
  As you told, tests may get enabled in CVS recently.
         Iam downloading latest source from cvs, I will test it and let
you know the results.
Results of the latest source test.
Date: 200701191156
User: root
Kernel: Linux 2.6.19-rc1 #5 SMP Tue Nov 28 07:00:19 IST 2006 ppc64 ppc64 ppc64 GNU/Linux

Testsuite summary of failed tests
FAIL: /home/cya/tmp/stap_testing_200701191156/src/testsuite/systemtap.base/kmodule.stp compilation
FAIL: probefunc:kernel.statement(0xc000000000057918) startup (eof)
FAIL: probefunc:kernel.inline("context_switch") compilation
FAIL: buildok/eighteen.stp
FAIL: buildok/four.stp
FAIL: buildok/lket.stp
FAIL: buildok/seventeen.stp
FAIL: buildok/twentyfive.stp
FAIL: semok/seventeen.stp
FAIL: semok/twelve.stp
FAIL: systemtap.samples/lket(semantic error)
FAIL: sysopen (0)
FAIL: acct
FAIL: alarm
FAIL: clock
FAIL: mmap
FAIL: readwrite
FAIL: signal
FAIL: stat
FAIL: statfs
FAIL: 32-bit acct
FAIL: 32-bit alarm
FAIL: 32-bit clock
FAIL: 32-bit mmap
FAIL: 32-bit readwrite
FAIL: 32-bit signal
FAIL: 32-bit stat
FAIL: 32-bit statfs
=== systemtap Summary ===

# of expected passes            293
# of unexpected failures        28
# of expected failures          122
# of unknown successes          2
# of known failures             3
# of untested testcases         2
# of unsupported tests          2
runtest completed at Fri Jan 19 18:07:43 2007

Also, I'm not sure what you mean by "didn't find any specific test failures on ppc64." Obviously there were failures, so you must be making some other distinction.
As Ananth told, What I meant is there weren't test failures unique to
ppc64,in comparision with x86_64.

Srinivasa DS

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