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From Michael Felt <mamf...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: make check issues with AIX - willing to help but will need assistance to be efficient
Date Thu, 20 Sep 2012 15:42:49 GMT
cut/paste killed the "command"

$ ./testall -x testxlate testbuckets

On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 5:41 PM, Michael Felt <mamfelt@gmail.com> wrote:

> michael@x054:[/data/prj/apr/apr-util-1.4.1/test]stxlate
> testbuckets          <
> teststrmatch        : SUCCESS
> testuri             : SUCCESS
> testuuid            : SUCCESS
> testpass            : SUCCESS
> testmd4             : SUCCESS
> testmd5             : SUCCESS
> testcrypto          : SUCCESS
> testdbd             : SUCCESS
>
> testdate            : SUCCESS
> testmemcache        : SUCCESS
> testxml             : SUCCESS
> testrmm             : SUCCESS
> testdbm             : SUCCESS
> testqueue           : SUCCESS
> testreslist         : SUCCESS
> All tests passed.
>
> michael@x054:[/data/prj/apr/apr-util-1.4.1/test]stxlate
> testbuckets          <
> teststrmatch        : SUCCESS
> testuri             : SUCCESS
> testuuid            : SUCCESS
> testpass            : SUCCESS
> testmd4             : SUCCESS
> testmd5             : SUCCESS
> testcrypto          : SUCCESS
> testdbd             : SUCCESS
>
> testdate            : SUCCESS
> testmemcache        : SUCCESS
> testxml             : SUCCESS
> testrmm             : SUCCESS
> testdbm             : SUCCESS
> testqueue           : SUCCESS
> testreslist         : SUCCESS
> All tests passed.
>
> So testxlate and testbuckets fail on a "user" system, no dev stuff
> installed.
>
> If I get different results on the dev server I'll update.
>
>
>
> On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 5:34 PM, Michael Felt <mamfelt@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> if testdbd is first, seems to have passed, but I shall try the -x option
>> as soon as I get the development server turned on again.
>>
>> If it is happening elsewhere, then maybe it is not just IBM's way of
>> doing iconv.
>>
>> It looks like a segmentation error after a pipe call to /bin/sh. I was
>> thinking, once I know where to look, to do the iconv command manually
>> and/or as a regular script and see if that tells me/i.e., you, anything
>> useful to determine the cause.
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 10:48 AM, Guenter Knauf <fuankg@apache.org>wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Michael,
>>> Am 20.09.2012 10:34, schrieb Guenter Knauf:
>>>
>>>  Am 20.09.2012 08:53, schrieb Michael Felt:
>>>>
>>>>> Yes, unfortunately? or fortunately!
>>>>>
>>>> hehe, I would say fortunately since that makes it no regression and
>>>> therefore your issue might not be something to hold back 1.5.1 ;-)
>>>>
>>> of course this doesnt mean that we shouldnt look into it; BTW. this test
>>> fails on NetWare too, so seems its a bit picky, whatever ...
>>> best is that you exclude this test for now so that you can proceed with
>>> testing in order to see what else fails; testdbd did also fail, or?
>>> then try:
>>> aputest -x testdbd -x testxlate
>>>
>>> Gün.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>

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