On ke, 05 touko 2021, Florence Renaud wrote:
Stanislav, thanks for your investigation. Could you do a separate PR with
the commit azure: Re-group test envs
(it would unblock our other PRs without waiting for your PR 5656
to be reviewed)?
On my side I investigated the "java.net.BindException: Address already in
use" exception and I suspect it's related to the way we setup /etc/hosts on
the machines. Since commit 1906afb
pki defines 2 AJP connectors, one using localhost4 and the other localhost6
but our /etc/hosts defines only localhost. I created a PR to check if the
exception goes away with a proper /etc/hosts configuration (PR 5749
So the action plan would be:
1. fix azure pipelines with Stanislav's PR
2. fix the "Address already in use" with my PR
3. make the same modification to /etc/hosts in freeipa-pr-ci
so that the tests running in PRCI also have localhost4 and localhost6
How does it sound?
I would prefer if we simply redefine
in IPA CA configuration template to be 127.0.0.1 and ::1
As shown in
this solves the problem for freeipa-container and should really be a
default on our side.
On Tue, May 4, 2021 at 8:38 PM Stanislav Levin via FreeIPA-devel <
> The mentioned Java traceback is there even for OK cases.
> Unfortunately, I don't know the exact reason right now.
> It may be related to the region of Azure hosting and for example,
> countermeasures for mining through GH Actions(performance downgrade). I
> run exactly the same CI on my account without failures:
> if test env's memory limit(sum of limits) doesn't exceed provided by
> Azure VM(7Gb+4Gb swap), then tests are OK:
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