Some process called "./testall -v" is running and also doing nothing.
Zero activity there. Truss says so.
# ps -ef | grep 29868
dclarke 29868 26961 0 19:48:54 pts/14 0:00 /usr/bin/bash -c
teststatus=0; \progfailed=""; \for prog in testlockperf test
root 5561 12826 0 22:05:05 pts/8 0:00 grep 29868
dclarke 29900 29868 0 19:51:17 pts/14 0:07 ./testall -v
So I am curious about how to get some more information here.
It is passing for me on an an old system with very old sun studio. The
only takes about 2 seconds for me.
You can do e.g.
truss -u ::apr_poll\* -o truss.out test/testall testpoll
Well, I have fairly new ( Fujitsu/Oracle SPARC VII+ ) systems with all
the usual contract support and kernel updates etc. Out of curiosity I
could try a clean room approach and then maybe, just maybe, roll out
DTrace to see what is really going on. However, given that I always do
compile everything with debug flags for testing and dev work reasons I
will try this inside the debugger first.