On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 01:58:39PM +0200, linux wrote:
On 2013-04-25 12:10, Jakub Hrozek wrote:
>On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 09:24:22AM +0200, linux wrote:
>>I'm trying to build sssd 1.9.5 on Ubuntu 12.10 and I got the
>>Running suite(s): sysdb
>>99%: Checks: 800, Failures: 1, Errors: 1
>>Tests:test_sysdb_add_user:27000: (after this point) Test timeout
>>Tests:test_sysdb_getpwnam:27000: Invalid number of replies. Expected
>>1, got 0
>Is this reproducable? We run the unit tests on each build
>nigtlies) and it never failed for us.
No, now I get the following error:
Running suite(s): access_simple
80%: Checks: 10, Failures: 1, Errors: 1
allow/deny:test_group_both_set:0: (after this point) Test timeout
allow/deny:test_group_case:0: Could not add private group
maybe my desktop is too overloaded which causes the timeout. I'll
stop the VMs running and try again.
If it's an intermittent problem, then it's quite possible that high load
is the cause.
Maybe setting CK_DEFAULT_TIMEOUT=$SOME_LARGE_VALUE might get around the
My goal is to build a debian package for Ubuntu and Debian
I know that the Ubuntu maintainer, Timo Aaltonen has been tracking the
SSSD upstream quite closely, is there anything missing in the packages
>Can you step the test_sysdb_add_user with a gdb ?
I'm not so familiar with C programming and debugging, but will do
that if my workstation is not the cause for the failure.
If the problem doesn't always happen and your workstation is quite
loaded, then I think it's really the timeout.