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Re: (ITS#6004) test039 seg faults

michael@stroeder.com wrote:
> Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
>> --On Friday, March 06, 2009 1:49 PM +0000 michael@stroeder.com wrote:
>>> Full_Name: Michael Str?der
>>> Version: HEAD
>>> OS: openSUSE Linux 11.1
>>> URL:
>>> Submission from: (NULL) (
>>> Will try to grab a stack trace.
>> I didn't get a segfault, but slapd completely locked up on me.
> Hmmpf! I can't reproduce either when running this single test with
> ./run test039
> But I swear the test script reported "Can't contact LDAP server" and no
> slapd was running anymore.
> Ciao, Michael.
> P.S.: I had this case more than once: A test script exited with error
> when being run within 'make test' but then I can't reproduce the issue.

Yeah, that's the nature of things. We should probably add a "ulimit -c 
unlimited" to the run script so we can always get a core file. Problems of 
this type that occur during "make test" but not when running the individual 
script seem to have a dependency on the memory pressure from other processes. 
(I.e., when "make test" is running there are more processes than when you 
simply run an individual script.)

In this case, it's most likely ITS#5733, which still hasn't been tracked down.

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