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Re: Autobuild hung today

From: Daniel Johnson <>
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2007 17:28:06 -0400

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On Mar 31, 2007, at 12:17 PM, Dan Fandrich wrote:

> On Sat, Mar 31, 2007 at 08:31:12AM -0400, Daniel Johnson wrote:
>> My autobuild today, around 11:20 UTC, hung for around 20 minutes
>> before I finally killed it. Judging by the presence of stderr600 in
>> tests/log, it hung during test 600 although the build log ends part
>> way through test 531; stdout must not have gotten flushed.
>> Yesterday's build completed normally. I don't have time to look into
>> it more right now, but I'll try again later to diagnose it better.
> I reported a hanging problem to the libssh2 list a couple of weeks
> ago and
> again yesterday, but noone has responded to it there. The problem
> I had
> occurred when trying to download a nonexistent file using scp, but
> it could
> happen elsewhere. Here's my message to the list which includes a
> patch.
> If that works for you, please put in a vote for it on the libssh2
> list!

I applied your patch to libssh2 HEAD and rebuilt it. I then ran --nocvsup. It no longer hangs, but tests 600-603 all fail
now. They all fail at the same point: "BSM audit:
bsm_audit_session_setup: setaudit_addr failed: Operation not
permitted". I've uploaded the build log to the autobuild server.


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Received on 2007-03-31