Lorenz Minder on Sat, 05 Sep 2009 07:31:06 +0200

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Re: [PATCH] Dynamic Linking fixes for NetBSD/amd64


> I have now tried to run the tests on this system.  Right now I'm stuck at
> the ellsea test; this test uses a huge amount of memory (probably more
> than 2GB) until it is eventually killed by the kernel because the
> system is running out of swap.  Is anything known about this problem?
> Does it happen on other systems too?
> (I just tried this test on Mac OS X, and it doesn't work either.  It
> fails differently, though: instead of running out of memory it reportedly
> produces wrong output.)

Ok, pilot error.  Both these go away when the seadata package is
installed, which wasn't the case before.  (A useful error message would
be very welcome here, though.)

Installing all the packages, I now only get one failure on SVN head.  I
can see it both on Darwin/i386 and NetBSD/amd64.  It's the resultant test.
The *-dyn.dif files are attached.

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