No reboot.  lsb-release -a from memory or something similar, always on travel...


2012/10/10, Elia Pinto <>:
> Hemm, too old release distro , no ? 4-5 year ago. It is time to
> upgrade to something more recent , 5.7 5.8 . Rhel5.3 is not a good
> distro for a developer isn't it ?
> 2012/10/10, Ramsay Jones <>:
>> Junio C Hamano wrote:
>>> Ramsay Jones <> writes:
>>>> The malloc checks can be disabled using the TEST_NO_MALLOC_CHECK
>>>> variable, either from the environment or command line of an
>>>> 'make test' invocation. In order to allow the malloc checks to be
>>>> disabled from the 'config.mak' file, we add TEST_NO_MALLOC_CHECK
>>>> to the environment using an export directive.
>>> We would want to encourage people to test with cheap but effective
>>> checks when available.  I do not see "malloc: using debugging hooks"
>>> message anywhere when I run tests, but if you do, I'd rather see us
>>> check if we can tell glibc to stop doing so first without disabling
>>> the whole test.  Your patch feels like the first step to a slipperly
>>> slope whose destination would make us say "we get too many messages
>>> so let's do nothing in "make test" with this configuration." when
>>> taken to the extreme, and obviously we would not want to go there
>>> ;-).
>> [sorry for the late reply, I've been away ...]
>> Yes, but ... I really don't see that this patch would encourage anyone
>> to skip the malloc checks, who wasn't going to anyway! I didn't notice
>> much of an increase in the running time of the tests, so that wouldn't
>> discourage me. This idiotic message spewage is a different issue.
>> (the complete loss of terminal scroll-back is particularly annoying)
>> I had intended to run the tests with malloc checks enabled before
>> submitting patches, testing -rc* builds etc., but have them disabled
>> for day-to-day programming.
>>> Besides, doesn't a simple instruction to export TEST_NO_MALLOC_CHECK
>>> to your environment before running "make test" suffice?
>> Yes, so I can simply disable the malloc checks in my ~/.bashrc file.
>> However, it would be disappointing to have my config tweeks in two
>> places ... :(
>> I guess I can live with it ...
>> ATB,
>> Ramsay Jones
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