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OpenVMS first test run report summary

From: John E. Malmberg
Subject: OpenVMS first test run report summary
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2017 08:31:03 -0500
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Testsuite summary for dummy 0
# TOTAL: 1146
# PASS:  874
# SKIP:  99
# XFAIL: 0
# FAIL:  173
# XPASS: 0
# ERROR: 0

This is with local changes enough to get everything to compile with out warnings and link. Some configure tests were disabled with pre-defined macros.

The test-readtokens apparently hangs. Watched it consume no CPU at least 1/2 hour before killing that test.

Any test that uses fork(), exec(), or system() is pretty much expected to fail on OpenVMS at this point.

Some OpenVMS C library behavior is controlled by feature settings. A minimal set of features such as report filenames in Unix format were set.

The total time from running the running the tests from the gnulib-tool to the make check completing seems to be somewhere around 24 hours.

The gnulib-tool run time is about 45 minutes on a 2.1 Ghz PC running Fedora/25.

The build system is an OpenVMS 8.4 HP RX-2600 1.6 Ghz CPUs, (Itanium).

The source files are NFS served over a 100 Mb dedicated ethernet link from the Fedora/25 PC.

I have not started investigating the failures.


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