On 09.02.2015 11:11, Philip Martin wrote:
> Branko Čibej <brane_at_wandisco.com> writes:
>> The latest last-minute changes introduced a heisencrash in ra-test, and
>> made some C tests run via DAV look for global credentials (e.g., the
>> keychain on the Mac). I haven't tracked these down yet, but surely we
>> can keep trunk more stable than that.
> Does the ra-test crash happen in --parallel mode only? Running C tests
> in parallel is new and ra-test.c doesn't follow the rules for calling
> svn_ra_initialize: there is no protection against concurrent calls and
> the pool passed has the wrong lifetime.
It turns out that it's not a crash. It also turns out that it's not new.
The test hangs deep in BDB within cleanup-fs during the destruction of
the top-level pool; but not always. The following script consistently
reproduces this for me on trunk:
while ../libsvn_ra/ra-test --fs-type=bdb; do echo '-----'; done
It usually takes a few iterations, but it will fail eventually during
cleanup for test #3. It's specific to BDB, and it could be specific to OSX.
I verified that this is not new by building a version of trunk from
three months ago; same issue. I'm just surprised we haven't seen it
before (hence the suspicion that it's OSX-only).
Received on 2015-02-09 11:19:57 CET