I've been testing with tests now (duh), i.e. enabling the tests for
regular Fedora distribution builds. This seems to be mostly OK, no flaky
fails so far. asan works locally (on x86_64) but we don't release build
with asan; and we don't have sfsexp in Fedora yet (working on it). All
other tests run.

In this context I noticed a few pecularities with T380. They all have to
do with the cases when either gdb is not available or fails to set
breakpoints, and this series tries to improve test output (and make
tests fail for the right reason).

The series is kind of micro-granular with commit messages longer than
the patch diff (in good old git.git fashion), to make it readable and
also partially-pickable if you prefer.

Michael J Gruber (4):
  test: correct comparison order in T380
  test: due not pass T380.1 for the wrong reasons
  test: reword T380.2 to be clearer
  test: set up the outcount file for T380.1

 test/T380-atomicity.sh | 9 +++++++--
 1 file changed, 7 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)


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