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From "Alex (Oleksandr) Diachenko" <odiache...@pivotal.io>
Subject Re: Test Case Failures : HAWQ unit test pxffilters
Date Wed, 29 Mar 2017 07:22:56 GMT
Hi Ketan,

I think I will be able to help you in resolving this issue.
Would you be able to report this issue and attach a stacktrace and
environment to reproduce (like Docker, Vagrant etc)

Regards, Alex.

On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 10:03 PM, Ketan Kunde <ketan_kunde@persistent.com>
wrote:

> Hi ,
>
>
>
> The above setup issue for HAWQ is also resolved.
> I am encountering unit test case failures, failures in module pxffilters.
> for s390x platform.
>
> The below test fails
> unit_test(test_list_const_to_str_int),
> unit_test(test_list_const_to_str_boolean),
> unit_test(test_list_const_to_str_text),
>
> On debugging the below test its observed in file
> 'src/backend/access/ecternal/pxffilters.c'
> in function list_const_to_str()
> At line no 1078 call to function deconstruct_array(arr, INT2OID, sizeof
> (value), true, 's', &dats, NULL, &len); , sets len = 0
> Hence the 'for' loop starting at line 1084 fails to execute and test fails
>
> The same test when compared on x86 intel is seen set value to len other
> than 0 and hence test cases are passing.
>
> Any inputs on the above cause would be helpful to resolve the failure on
> s390x.
>
> Thanks
> Ketan Kunde
>
>
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