[fpc-devel] Running test suite for 2.1.4 on linux/sparc

Mark Morgan Lloyd markMLl.fpc-devel at telemetry.co.uk
Mon Jul 16 23:46:44 CEST 2007

Mark Morgan Lloyd wrote:

> Tests still running, more later.

OK, I think it's stuck. It's been sitting here for the last few hours:

utils/dotest -c/fpcbuild-2.1.4/fpcsrc/compiler/ppcsparc -e test/tmmx1.pp
Abort: Compiler cpu "sparc" is not in list "i386"
utils/dotest -c/fpcbuild-2.1.4/fpcsrc/compiler/ppcsparc -e test/tmove.pp
utils/dotest -c/fpcbuild-2.1.4/fpcsrc/compiler/ppcsparc -e test/tmt1.pp

tmt1.pp doesn't look like it should take /that/ lomg to run, even on a 450MHz 

Noting seems to be taking an inordinate amount of CPU or memory, but I've got 
about 99 tmt1 processes running all started 7 hours ago... is that right?

Ah- the kernel buffer is full of "Kernel unaligned access" messages. What I 
can't say is whether this is the result of testing or because of something 
that was being done on this machine a few minutes ago, however this is 
suspiciously similar to the fault I was getting in Lazarus.

I'll leave the system in its current state if I can in case there's anything 
worth checking.

Any hints appreciated :-)

Mark Morgan Lloyd
markMLl .AT. telemetry.co .DOT. uk

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