It's OK. build host must support IPv6 as i can ses here[1]

Now, just one test is failed :
Running case 'include/load_files[_section]': ++-
      Failure in 'test_load_files_section':
!settings->load_files_section(settings, include1".no", TRUE, "")
(suites/test_settings.c:650, i = 0)

Have you an idea why it fails ?

[1] https://wiki.strongswan.org/issues/486

Le 21/09/2016 à 13:36, Fabrice Barconnière a écrit :
> Hi Tobias,
>
> I'm trying to build a new deb package with the strongSwan source Ubuntu
> package to include this patch but it fails at some suite tests (with or
> without the patch) :
>
>   Running suite 'stream':
>     Running case 'sync': ++-
>       Failure in 'test_sync': service != NULL (suites/test_stream.c:62,
> i = 2)
>     Running case 'async': ++-
>       Failure in 'test_async': service != NULL
> (suites/test_stream.c:128, i = 2)
>     Running case 'all': ++-
>       Failure in 'test_all': service != NULL (suites/test_stream.c:180,
> i = 2)
>     Running case 'concurrency': ++-
>       Failure in 'test_concurrency': service != NULL
> (suites/test_stream.c:221, i = 2)
>   Passed 0/4 'stream' test cases
>
> Running case 'include/load_files[_section]': ++-
>       Failure in 'test_load_files_section':
> !settings->load_files_section(settings, include1".no", TRUE, "")
> (suites/test_settings.c:650, i = 0)
>
> Running suite 'http fetcher':
>     Running case 'GET': +++-
>       Failure in 'test_get': service != NULL
> (suites/test_fetch_http.c:197, i = 3)
>     Running case 'POST': ++-
>       Failure in 'test_post': service != NULL
> (suites/test_fetch_http.c:236, i = 2)
>   Passed 0/2 'http fetcher' test cases
>
> Do you know what it could be ?
>
>
> Le 20/09/2016 à 16:56, Tobias Brunner a écrit :
>> Hi Fabrice,
>>
>>> Yes, revocation plugin works fine on 14.04, but crashes are sometimes
>>> once a day and othertimes several times a minute.
>>> It seems to be at strongswan start (not each time) and at IKE_SA
>>> reauthentication (not each time).
>> Considering that, the version your are using (5.1.2) and the backtrace
>> it's possible that the bug fixed with [1] (included in 5.2.1) is the
>> culprit (affected all five versions from 5.1.0 through 5.2.0).
>>
>> Regards,
>> Tobias
>>
>> [1] https://git.strongswan.org/?p=strongswan.git;a=commitdiff;h=8ca9a67f
>>
>
>
>
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Cordialement,
Fabrice Barconnière
Pôle logiciels libres - EOLE

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