On 26/11/17 17:00, Roger Shimizu wrote:
> Dear mentors list,
> I maintain a proxy application, shadowsocks-libev.
> I want to let it pass debian ci test. And I already confirm the test
> all passed on my local environment, and debomatic [0].
> However it failed on debian ci infrastructure [1].
> [0] 
> http://debomatic-amd64.debian.net/distribution#unstable/shadowsocks-libev/3.1.1+ds-1/autopkgtest
> [1] https://ci.debian.net/packages/s/shadowsocks-libev/unstable/amd64/
> For local test, it just need the commands below:
> $ sudo apt install shadowsocks-libev curl dnsutils
> $ git clone https://anonscm.debian.org/git/collab-maint/shadowsocks-libev.git
> $ cd shadowsocks-libev
> $ ./tests/test.sh

Running autopkgtest as described on this page might help:

> The last test.sh script invokes the test, which creates local proxy
> listen to, and then it calls curl command to get index
> page of google via local proxy,
> My local test shows all pass, while debian ci test [1] shows a
> connection timeout message.
> So I'm wondering whether debian ci support network activity, and how
> can I configure the test to get it passed.

I think you might need a "Restrictions: isolation-container" to get
network access, but that's only a guess.


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