Description of problem:
Please see http://lists.gluster.org/pipermail/maintainers/2017-November/003617.html
Both are failing, Nithya looked into the 2nd one and is working on the fix via BZ 1514329. I'm sure the 1st one will fail too if you try to run it on your local setup.
From working with Nithya over the last couple of days to debug this, it appears that us running regressions on Centos 6 has caught up with us. We will need to upgrade to newer versions to hit these failures. I can reliably reproduce both of these on latest CentOS 7. The case may be that we have newer dependencies (in the second case, XFS changed behavior).
From an infra point of view, we'll take the following actions:
We've been working on moving our regression machines into the cage. We already have a bunch of new machines ready for import into the cage. Those machines are already setup with Centos 7. I'll get regression-test-burn-in to run on those nodes. This will give us an environment where these tests can fail consistently and therefore can be fixed.
Once they're fixed, we'll cycle our regression infra to be completely Centos 7. We already run smoke on Centos 7 ever since it moved to the cage.
From a dev point of view, we'll need to fix these tests or fix the underlying code because it's no longer behaving as it should.
I'm going to dupe this infra bug to our bug to activate the Centos 7 nodes, since that will solve the problem from the infra side of things.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1509335 ***
REVIEW: https://review.gluster.org/18893 (tests: Fix a broken test case) posted (#1) for review on master by Poornima G