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Re: Make check failing on Solaris

From: Marcus Comstedt <marcus_at_mc.pp.se>
Date: 2002-08-21 14:09:24 CEST

"Sadinoff, Daniel" <daniel.sadinoff@gs.com> writes:

> There seems to be some sort of apr badness in my build.
> I'm getting the following error in make check. It looks like apr_dir_read()
> is returning 22 (EINVAL) when it should return 2 (ENOENT).
> ../svn/subversion/libsvn_subr/io.c:1101: (apr_err=22, src_err=0)
> svn: Invalid argument
> svn: svn_io_remove_dir: removing `test-repo-test-strings'
> FAIL: strings-reps-test 6: Write a null string.
> Has anyone seen this? I searched for EINVAL in the bug db. I'm using
> solaris 2.6

See if increasing the file descriptor limit helps. It has already
been observed that the default soft limit of 64 descriptors on Solaris
2.6 can be exceeded by svn sometimes. Newer Solaris versions use a
default soft limit of 256 descriptors.

  // Marcus

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