[LLVMdev] local test-suite failures on linux
dblaikie at gmail.com
Tue Jan 22 10:56:06 PST 2013
On Sun, Jan 20, 2013 at 1:26 PM, Redmond, Paul <paul.redmond at intel.com> wrote:
> There is almost certainly a bug in lnt or the makefiles.
> I changed the body of Burg main to the following:
> + printf("Hello World\n");
> + return 0;
> I re-ran the test-suite again and got the following errors:
> --- Tested: 986 tests --
> FAIL: MultiSource/Applications/Burg/burg.execution_time (494 of 986)
> FAIL: MultiSource/Applications/ClamAV/clamscan.execution_time (495 of 986)
> FAIL: MultiSource/Applications/lemon/lemon.execution_time (496 of 986)
> ution_time (497 of 986)
> (498 of 986)
> FAIL: MultiSource/Benchmarks/Olden/voronoi/voronoi.execution_time (499 of
> FAIL: MultiSource/Benchmarks/Ptrdist/anagram/anagram.execution_time (500
> of 986)
> FAIL: SingleSource/Benchmarks/BenchmarkGame/puzzle.execution_time (501 of
> Notice how the test numbers are consecutive (494-501). They all pass when
> Burg passes.
Yeah, that's disturbing. Bumping this thread to keep some visibility -
I haven't looked into this yet but someone (maybe me, eventually)
should figure this out.
> On 2013-01-20 2:50 PM, "Redmond, Paul" <paul.redmond at intel.com> wrote:
>>I figured out how to resolve the failures. I noticed that Mountain Lion
>>includes Bison 2.3 while Ubuntu 12.04 includes Bison 2.5. I installed
>>Bison 2.3 from source in Ubuntu and the failures went away.
>>I'm a little concerned that the bison version fixed all the failures I was
>>seeing. To my knowledge the only failing test that depended on bison was
>>Burg. It almost looks like one failure can cause unrelated tests to fail.
>>On 2013-01-17 5:24 PM, "Redmond, Paul" <paul.redmond at intel.com> wrote:
>>>I get the following failures when I run the test-suite on linux (Ubuntu
>>>12.04) using LNT (lnt runtest nt ...):
>>>(all are execution failures)
>>>Everything is built off trunk.
>>>Has anyone else seen these failures and found a fix? Perhaps I'm missing
>>>a dependency? There doesn't appear to be a linux machine on llvm.org/perf
>>>to compare with either.
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