9.16.3 make tests on centos 8

Petr Menšík pemensik at redhat.com
Mon Jun 1 08:00:00 UTC 2020

Hi, I have fixed this on RHEL by chmod o+x $HOME before build.
I think it should autodetect nobody's access at least to current $HOME.

Not sure what would be the best fix. named-checkconf is missing user
switch. That check should be skipped if not configured properly. I am
unsure which bind utility can detect just missing rights to read file
under specified user.

It was also hit by Red Hat.


On 5/31/20 10:36 PM, Carl Byington via bind-users wrote:
> Trying to build on centos 8, all the tests except one pass. I get a
> failure in bin/tests/system/runtime/tests.sh
> I:runtime:checking that named logs an ellipsis when the command line is
> larger than 8k bytes (13)
> I:runtime:verifying that named switches UID (14)
> I:runtime:failed
> I:runtime:stopping servers
> Ignoring that, the resulting binary seems to run properly.

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