Bug 834538

Summary: libosinfo-0.1.2-1 is FTBFS on ARMv5tel
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: Peter Robinson <pbrobinson>
Component: libosinfoAssignee: Daniel Berrange <berrange>
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Description Peter Robinson 2012-06-22 05:36:26 EDT
One of the tests fails

test-loader.c:36:E:Core:test_basic:0: (after this point) Test timeout expired
FAIL: test-loader

Comment 1 Daniel Berrange 2012-06-25 08:25:22 EDT
Our test suite has timeouts enabled

[quote 'info check']
To be certain that a test won't hang indefinitely, all tests are run
with a timeout, the default being 4 seconds.  If the test is not
finished within that time, it is killed and logged as an error.

   The timeout for a specific test case, which may contain multiple unit
tests, can be changed with the `tcase_set_timeout()' function.  The
default timeout used for all test cases can be changed with the
environment variable `CK_DEFAULT_TIMEOUT', but this will not override
an explicitly set timeout.  Another way to change the timeout length is
to use the `CK_TIMEOUT_MULTIPLIER' environment variable, which
multiplies all timeouts, including those set with
`tcase_set_timeout()', with the supplied integer value. All timeout
arguments are in seconds and a timeout of 0 seconds turns off the
timeout functionality.

Given that we know ARM is a pretty slow architecture, I expect we need to just increase the default timeout, to longer than 4 seconds, since some of our tests are quite long even on x86.

You can test whether this fixes arm by editing the RPM spec and changing %check to use