Thanks for the response!

> On 15 March 2018 at 20:33, Forte, Greg via ccache <> 
> wrote:
> > I've run into a few failures with 'make test' after building ccache
> > and I'm hoping someone here has insight into what might be causing
> > them, or can provide some leads on how to investigate further. [...]
> [...] What does
>     env | sed -n 's/^\(CCACHE_[A-Z0-9_]*\)=.*$/\1/p'
> return for you?


>  If it looks OK, you can try running the test suite like this:
>     bash -x test/run debug_prefix_map
> [...]
>     + unset CCACHE_DIR
> Note the “unset”.

Tried this with and without CCACHE_DIR set and exported - with it, I see the 
same output you showed, including the unset, and the test still fails:

Test suite:     debug_prefix_map
Test case:      Mapping of debug info CWD
Failure reason: Expected "cache hit (direct)" to be 1, actual 0

Same results without CCACHE_DIR preset, except of course for no "unset 

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