Linux issue with make test failures, 9.9.2-P1
jaearick at colby.edu
Thu Dec 6 15:58:05 UTC 2012
Yup, I knew all of that and that is what I have always done. This morning
I got things to work by skipping the -j option of gmake to do parallel compiles,
and the tests then worked.
Before I always did:
ifconfig.sh up (as root)
Once I didn't do the parallel compile (-j2), the tests worked. But I did not
see any failures from a parallel compile either. Weird.
On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 10:40 AM, Evan Hunt <each at isc.org> wrote:
> Jeff Earickson <jaearick at colby.edu> wrote:
>> The "make test" stuff is failing miserably for me on Linux (Redhat
>> 6.3, x64) with 9.9.2-P1:
> I'm pretty sure you haven't set up the local addresses the test servers
> need to run on. From the top of the bind9 tree, run the command:
> $ sudo sh bin/tests/system/ifconfig.sh up
> ...then run "make test" and you'll probably get better results.
> The ifconfig.sh command sets up loopback addresses 10.53.0.1 through
> 10.53.0.7. The system tests run servers on those addresses and make
> them talk to each other. Without addresses configured, about 90% of
> the tests will fail.
> Evan Hunt -- each at isc.org
> Internet Systems Consortium, Inc.
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