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Re: linkat test on AIX 7.1BETA

From: Rainer Tammer
Subject: Re: linkat test on AIX 7.1BETA
Date: Sat, 31 Jul 2010 09:25:08 +0200
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Hello Bruno,

Bruno Haible wrote:
> Hello Rainer,
> Regarding this test failure:
>   test-link.h:117: assertion failed
>   FAIL: test-linkat
> What's the output when you change test-link.h like this at line 116:
>   ASSERT (func (BASE "a/", BASE "c") == -1);
>   { int err = errno; fprintf (stderr, "errno = %d\n", err); errno = err; 
> perror (""); } /* INSERT THIS LINE */
>   ASSERT (errno == ENOTDIR);
This does not work as the whole thing traps in the assert()...
But I can use dbx:

IOT/Abort trap in raise at 0xd0120f40
0xd0120f40 (raise+0x60) 80410014         lwz   r2,0x14(r1)
(dbx) where
raise(??) at 0xd0120f40
abort() at 0xd016d9e4
test_link(func = 0x200009a0, print = 1), line 117 in "test-link.h"
main(), line 89 in "test-linkat.c"
(dbx) print errno

There is a second trap:

ASSERT (func (BASE "a", BASE "c/") == -1);

I have checked the return of func(), its 0.
The return value 0 is success and -1 should be failure.

The linkat() function seems to be new to AIX 7BETA and apparently this
new linkat() has some bugs... :-((
> Bruno


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