autobuild failure due to python replication tests - why ?
jra at samba.org
Wed Aug 3 00:20:45 UTC 2016
On Tue, Aug 02, 2016 at 04:37:42PM -0700, Jeremy Allison wrote:
> It's getting a little late here but I'm planning
> to just carve out any of the tests that have failed and
> try and get something reviewed that will re-enable pushing
> code changes through autobuild again.
> Sorry Andrew, but this is just the modern equivalent of
> breaking the build, and we can't live with this disruption
> anymore :-(.
Here's a sledgehammer. Don't want to use it, but
right now I'm testing that a local "make test"
passes with it applied...
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diff --git a/selftest/skip b/selftest/skip
index ba6718a..c3eae2b 100644
@@ -138,3 +138,5 @@ bench # don't run benchmarks in our selftest
^samba4.rpc.unixinfo # This contains a server-side getpwuid call which hangs the server when nss_winbindd is in use
^samba.tests.dcerpc.unix # This contains a server-side getpwuid call which hangs the server when nss_winbindd is in use
GETADDRINFO # socket wrapper doesn't support threads
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