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Re: new snapshot available: coreutils-8.20.119-54cdb0

From: Pádraig Brady
Subject: Re: new snapshot available: coreutils-8.20.119-54cdb0
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2013 04:49:04 +0000
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On 02/11/2013 11:55 AM, Pádraig Brady wrote:
This is another snapshot mainly to roll up translations.
We plan to release coreutils 8.21 this Thursday.

coreutils snapshot:      5.1 MB

changes since snapshot 8.20.113-1f1f4:

Benno Schulenberg (1):
       doc: standardize helptext of numfmt and slice into single options

Bernhard Voelker (1):
       maint: avoid running check-root tests in gnulib

Pádraig Brady (4):
       tests: skip numfmt grouping tests on some systems
       tests: tail-2/inotify-rotate: fix a false failure on NFS
       maint: consolidate developer debug messages
       doc: improve the numfmt man page format

After lots of `make checks` ...

All tests passed on these GNU/Linux systems:

Intel Pentium 4 (2660 MHz);     GNU/Linux 3.6.8-2.fc17.i686.PAE (Fedora release 
17 (Beefy Miracle))
AMD64 Opteron 850, 8GB RAM; GNU/Linux Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.8 (Tikanga)
AMD64 Opteron, 8GB RAM; Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 6.3 (Santiago)
AMD64 Opteron 2220, 24GB RAM; Ubuntu 9.10 (karmic)
Dell PowerEdge 3250: Intel Itanium-2 (1400 MHz) (2 CPUs, 4GB RAM); GNU/Linux 
2.6.18-194.el5 (Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.5 (Tikanga))
Sun Blade 1500 (1062 MHz TI UltraSparc IIIi (Jalapeno), 1GB RAM);       
GNU/Linux 3.2.1-gentoo-r2 (Gentoo 2.0.3)
DEC Alpha 4100-5/466 (4 21164 EV5 CPUs, 466 MHz, 2GB RAM);          GNU/Linux 
2.6.34-gentoo-r1 (Gentoo Base System release 2.0.3)
Apple PowerMac G5 (4 2500 MHz PPC970MP CPUs, 8GB RAM); GNU/Linux 
2.6.39-gentoo-r3 (Gentoo Base System release 2.0.3)
Apple PowerMac G4 (2 500 MHz PowerPC 7400 CPUs, 256MB RAM);    GNU/Linux 
2.6.39-gentoo-r3 (Gentoo Base System version 2.0.3)

I drilled a bit deeper into these other GNU/Linux systems:

GNU/Linux on power7 (ppc64)
  442 passed
   96 skipped
  307 passed
   10 skipped

GNU/Linux on niagra (sparc64)
  419 passed
  119 skipped
  283 passed
   34 skipped

GNU/Linux on parisc
  420 passed
  118 skipped
  hung at test-lock

GNU/Linux on mips64
  422 passed
  116 skipped
  287 passed
   30 skipped

Solaris 10 is looking fairly good too:

Sun Ultra Enterprise 2900 (4 dual/core CPUs, 1050 MHz UltraSPARC-IV, 16GB); 
Solaris 10

I tried another similar system but running from /tmp
  398 passed
    8 failed
      All due to cp -a giving errno 89 on dirs on tmpfs
      > src/df --o=fstype,source,target .
      Type  Filesystem     Mounted on
      tmpfs swap           /tmp
      > mkdir dir
      > src/cp -a dir dir2
      src/cp: preserving permissions for 'dir2': Operation not applicable
  132 skipped

However on this system I got a link failure:
 CC: Sun C++ 5.10 SunOS_sparc 128228-11 2010/10/14
  link failure
    Undefined symbol dev_debug in src/chroot.o
I guess this will happen on linkers that don't ignore unused functions.
So I'll apply the *attached patch* as a workaround.

BSD isn't too bad either:

AMD64 Opteron, 8GB RAM); FreeBSD 8.1-RELEASE
  FAIL: tests/install/
  FAIL: tests/cp/

AMD64 Opteron, 8GB RAM); OpenBSD 5.1 GENERIC#160 i386
  FAIL: tests/misc/
    src/seq -w 2000 | src/tac > in
    src/sort -S 1k --compress-program=gzip in # slow but ok
    PATH=.:$PATH src/sort -S 1k --compress-program=gzip
      src/sort: read failed: /tmp/sortDWKaGM: Interrupted system call
  FAIL: tests/install/
  FAIL: tests/cp/
    Maybe due to nfs issues as tests done on nfs
  FAIL: tests/du/
    The du/ failure is new and should be
    addressed by the *attached patch*.
  FAIL: tests/ls/
    This due to:
      LANG=fr_FR src/wc
      src/wc:/usr/local/lib/ undefined symbol 
      lazy binding failed!
      Segmentation fault (core dumped)

So then on to build failures. I don't think there is anything new
at issue below, so I don't see these as release blockers...

This failure seemed intermittent, on both Fedora 17 and RHEL 5.8.
More investigation needed:
  "lib/getfilecon.c", line 36: warning: undefined or missing type for: 

CC: Sun C++ 5.11 SunOS_i386 2010/08/13
  CC     lib/backupfile.o
    "lib/xalloc.h", line 217: reference to static identifier "xnmalloc" in 
extern inline function
    c99: acomp failed for lib/backupfile.c

cc (GCC) 4.4.6 20120305 (Red Hat 4.4.6-4)
  CC     lib/set-mode-acl.o
  In file included from ./lib/time.h:39:0, from ./lib/sys/stat.h:44,
                   from lib/acl.h:21, from lib/set-mode-acl.c:24:
  /usr/include/time.h:226:5: error: unknown type name '__locale_t'
  In file included from ./lib/time.h:367:0, from ./lib/sys/stat.h:44,
                   from lib/acl.h:21, from lib/set-mode-acl.c:24:
  ./lib/sys/time.h:378:8: error: redefinition of 'struct timeval'
  /usr/include/bits/time.h:75:8: note: originally defined here

cc (GCC) 4.1.2 20080704 (Red Hat 4.1.2-54)
  CC     lib/areadlink.o
  /tmp/ccS7lf5E.s: Assembler messages:
  /tmp/ccS7lf5E.s:30: Error: symbol `pread64' is already defined

SGI O2 R10000-SC (150 MHz);    IRIX 6.5
CC MIPSpro Compilers: Version 7.30
  CC     lib/set-mode-acl.o
cc-1143 c89: ERROR File = ///usr/include/sys/time.h, Line = 194
  Declaration is incompatible with
          "int rpl_gettimeofday(struct timeval *restrict, void *restrict)"
          (declared at line 398 of "./lib/sys/time.h").
  extern int gettimeofday(struct timeval *,...);
SGI Origin/200-4 (180 MHz) (4 R10000 CPUs); IRIX 6.5
CC MIPSpro Compilers: Version
  CC     lib/spawni.o
lib/spawni.c: In function `gl_posix_spawn_internal':
lib/spawni.c:186: warning: implicit declaration of function `sigprocmask'
lib/spawni.c:202: error: `NSIG' undeclared (first use in this function)
lib/spawni.c:202: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
lib/spawni.c:202: error: for each function it appears in.)


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