On 09/11/2018 04:51 PM, PiBa-NL wrote:
I was wondering how to best run the reg-tests that are 'valid' for FreeBSD.
There are a 2 tests that use abns@ sockets, which seem not available on
Also 1 test is failing for a reason i'm not totally sure if its totally
expected to or not..
probably does not 'really' need abns@ sockets, so changing to unix@
would make it testable on more platforms?
Not exactly sure why this fails/why it was supposed to work.
It either produces a timeout, or the s1 server fails to read the request
which the tcp-healthcheck does not send..
*** s1 0.0 accepted fd 5 127.0.0.1 23986
** s1 0.0 === rxreq
---- s1 0.0 HTTP rx failed (fd:5 read: Connection reset by peer)
This test relies on timeout values to produce the correct syslog output.
Relying on timing values for reg testing is perhaps a bad idea as the
results are not deterministic.
Indeed here we want the 5ms timeout client to expire before it reads the
server response after having waited for 20ms.
I propose to remove this test.