Snapshots for CURRENT
rra at stanford.edu
Thu Aug 9 18:00:09 UTC 2007
Julien ÉLIE <julien at trigofacile.com> writes:
> Isn't there any more verbose log than innd/chan failing? Don't you know
> which test in innd/chan is failing?
It's test 12, and no, we're not getting anything more verbose. And I
can't make the test fail when I run it by hand, even by going to the
directory where the snapshot runs and immediately re-running the test.
It's very odd.
I think there's some sort of uninitialized memory problem, and I do see
something along those lines in valgrind output, but I haven't been able to
track down what's causing it.
==27162== Conditional jump or move depends on uninitialised value(s)
==27162== at 0x4025345: strcmp (mc_replace_strmem.c:341)
==27162== by 0x8053B8E: ok_string (libtest.c:73)
==27162== by 0x805388B: reader (chan-t.c:102)
==27162== by 0x805D859: CHANreadloop (chan.c:1021)
==27162== by 0x805362E: main (chan-t.c:68)
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