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bug#51793: FAIL: tests/misc/env-signal-handler

From: Pádraig Brady
Subject: bug#51793: FAIL: tests/misc/env-signal-handler
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2021 22:33:17 +0000
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On 12/11/2021 19:25, Andreas Schwab wrote:
--- exp-err6   2021-11-11 22:58:04.360716802 +0000
+++ err6       2021-11-11 22:58:04.752716821 +0000
@@ -1,2 +1 @@
  timeout: sending signal INT to command 'env'
-timeout: sending signal KILL to command 'env'

The above is for the previous command not the following.

./tests/misc/env-signal-handler.sh: line 127: 26396 Killed                  env 
timeout --verbose --kill-after=.1 --signal=INT .1 env --ignore-signal sleep 10 > 
/dev/null 2> err7t
FAIL tests/misc/env-signal-handler.sh (exit status: 1)

Could you paste a bit more context from the previous command.
Specifically I'm wondering if the "Killed" message was displayed
(i.e. if the SIGKILL was actually sent).

I presume this is a race that you're seeing rarely.
I've never seen this, and I can't see the race.

What might be happening is the "sending signal KILL..."
message sent to stderr, is in a buffer somewhere,
which is dropped upon processing of SIGKILL.

What file system, kernel, shell are you using.


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