Commit fb4020b0 authored by Kirill Smelkov's avatar Kirill Smelkov

X test.fault: understoody why "core file not found"

parent aab73379
......@@ -13,7 +13,19 @@ gonprocv = ['1', '2', ''] # GOMAXPROCS=... to test against
# we don't run test.vg* because there is currently no valgrind on SlapOS.
for kind in ['t', 'fault', 'asan', 'tsan']:
t = 'test.%s' % kind
TestCase(t, ['make', t]) # TODO summaryf=TAP.summary
envadj = {}
# test.fault: on Ubuntu, when apport is registerd in /proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern,
# it is apport which is run to process core. Apport dumps core for us, but
# rejects to run in parralel with the following message in its log:
# ERROR: apport ...: another apport instance is already running, aborting
# this way, when test.fault tests are run in parallel, some of them fail to
# find core corresponding to expected crash.
# -> force serial execution to workaround that.
if t == 'fault':
envadj['MAKEFLAGS'] = '-j1'
TestCase(t, ['make', t], envadj=envadj) # TODO summaryf=TAP.summary
# test.py/<stor>-!wcfs runs unit- and functional- tests for wendelin.core in non-wcfs mode.
for stor in storv:
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......@@ -22,14 +22,6 @@ mkdir "$workdir"
cd "$workdir"
ulimit -c unlimited
echo
echo 'SOFT limits'
ulimit -a -S
echo
echo 'HARD limits'
ulimit -a -H
echo
$tfault $arg 2>&1 |tee run.out
grep -q "^# going to fault" run.out || die "test didn't run to faulting point"
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