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From "Ken Williams" <...@forum.swarthmore.edu>
Subject Re: How do I debug failed tests? (error_log isn't helping)
Date Thu, 01 Feb 2001 20:32:16 GMT
Jesse,

It looks from your output like the server isn't even running for these
tests.  Try to figure out whether that's true, and if so why it stopped
(or never started).

The debugging process here is admittedly a bit difficult.

There's an archive at http://mathforum.com/epigone/modperl/ .

jesse@everchanging.org (jesse) wrote:
>here's current setup:
>slackware 7.0, with kernel 2.2.16
>trying to compile & test mod_perl 1.25 with fresh apache 1.3.17 source
>have perl 5.6.0 installed
>have libwww installed
>
>make test has various errors (failed 18 total)
>how do i debug these and fix them?
>
>modules/cgi.........ok 5/5FAILED test 4
>        Failed 1/5 tests, 80.00% okay
>modules/perlrun.....FAILED before any test output arrived
>modules/status......fetch /perl/perl-status failed!
>modules/status......dubious
>        Test returned status 111 (wstat 28416, 0x6f00)
>DIED. FAILED tests 1-7
>        Failed 7/7 tests, 0.00% okay
>internal/dirmagic...FAILED before any test output arrived
>internal/http-get...NOK 16FAILED test 16
>        Failed 1/16 tests, 93.75% okay
>internal/rwrite.....NOK 2FAILED tests 1-2
>        Failed 2/2 tests, 0.00% okay
>internal/table......FAILED before any test output arrived
>
>Failed 7/33 test scripts, 78.79% okay. 11/244 subtests failed, 95.49% okay.
>
>
>sorry if this has already been done over..
>oh, and is there an archive of this mailing list? (since i just subscribed,
i'd 
>like to look over some of the old stuff so i don't duplicate
>too much)
>
>thanks in advance..
>
>-- 
>jesse|everchanging.org
>

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  Ken Williams                             Last Bastion of Euclidity
  ken@forum.swarthmore.edu                            The Math Forum

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