I have repaired sigsuspend and commited it already.
Hope everything goes well

-----Original Message-----
From: hisashi.hashimoto.wh@hitachi.com [mailto:hisashi.hashimoto.wh@hitachi.com]
Sent: 2009-10-12 (һ) 13:44
To:
Cc: crackerjack-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re:[Crackerjack-devel] repaired kill05,getdents64

Thanks,

 It seems working.
I need to check them from the
view point of finding the regression
between kernels.
I mean I have to run tests on our
CrackerJack site, but it takes
a while and I need to prepare for the
next week.
  I will run them on CrakcerJacke site
after the OSSPF in next week.

Hashimoto

>I have repaired kill05,getdents64 and commited both of them already.
>Please delete getdents64_01.c,this is unuseful. 
>'uselib' can't be called in glibc2.
>I had a mistaken understand about sigsuspend,I will repair it very soon.
>
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>Message: 1
>Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 09:31:00 +0900
>From: <hisashi.hashimoto.wh@hitachi.com>
>Subject: [Crackerjack-devel] Latest Status
>To: <hisashi.hashimoto.wh@hitachi.com>
>Cc: ??? <huchj@csip.org.cn>, ??? <wangxg@csip.org.cn>,
>       crackerjack-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
>Message-ID: <XNM1$9$0$3$$2$7$9$A$9010023U4ac93e42@hitachi.com>
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>All,
>
>  I inserted GPL statement into all sources of CrackerJack.
>If you want to modify, update source code of test cases,
>please down load the latest one before you modify it.
>To download, please use SVN or crackerjack-3.0.tgz
>
>  I have tested the latest test cases of CrackerJack.
>It is still working, but I would like to report to you.
> Please see attached file.
>I executed some test cases on RHEL 4, RHEL 5, and my local distribution Vine(Japanese).
>RHEL 4 & 5 run on Vmware at IPA OSS Laboratory.
>
>"---" means that not tested.
>
>Below is summary.
>
>  Some test cases can not be compiled(getdtents64, getdents).
>Quotactl was not complied on RHEL4 but compiled on RHEL5 and Vine.
>Probablly RHEL4 is old to compile Quotactl.
>But Quotactl failed to run. It produced "NG" message and stop with segmentation fault.
>
>Kill05(in Kill) have produced both NG/OK messages.
>
>Sigsuspend does not return, but with Ctl-C, it was ended and produced some
>messages, no message "NG" or "OK".
>
>Dup21 failed on RHEL4, but I think RHEL4 does not support it, so it should be OK.
>ptrace and capset failed one test case on RHEL 4, but I think RHEL4 does not support them, so it should be OK.
>
>uselib produced the message "load error /lib/liba.XXXX".
>
>Truncate seems to run for long time on VMware, but it works well on Vine.
>I am not sure what difference between them.
>
> Could you check with them ?
>
>
>  Hisashi Hashimoto
>
>Board of Director, the Linux Foundation,
>
>Senior Engineer
>
>Open Source Software Promotion Center
>Enterprise Business Planning
>Hitachi, Ltd., Software Division
>Tel : +81-45-862-8470, Fax : +81-45-862-8471
>hisashi.hashimoto.wh@hitachi.com
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>Message: 2
>Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 09:36:21 +0900
>From: <hisashi.hashimoto.wh@hitachi.com>
>Subject: [Crackerjack-devel] Latest Status
>Cc: ??? <huchj@csip.org.cn>, ??? <wangxg@csip.org.cn>,
>       crackerjack-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
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>
>All,
>
>  What I explained in previous e-mail,
>I only executed test cases on each platform.
>I did not compared the result, so I did not know there
>is regression or not.
>
>  We are preparing Comparison process.
>
>I will let you know we execute comparison process and get
>result.
>
>Hashimoto
>--------------------------------------------------
>
>All,
>
>  I inserted GPL statement into all sources of CrackerJack.
>If you want to modify, update source code of test cases,
>please down load the latest one before you modify it.
>To download, please use SVN or crackerjack-3.0.tgz
>
>  I have tested the latest test cases of CrackerJack.
>It is still working, but I would like to report to you.
> Please see attached file.
>I executed some test cases on RHEL 4, RHEL 5, and my local distribution Vine(Japanese).
>RHEL 4 & 5 run on Vmware at IPA OSS Laboratory.
>
>"---" means that not tested.
>
>Below is summary.
>
>  Some test cases can not be compiled(getdtents64, getdents).
>Quotactl was not complied on RHEL4 but compiled on RHEL5 and Vine.
>Probablly RHEL4 is old to compile Quotactl.
>But Quotactl failed to run. It produced "NG" message and stop with segmentation fault.
>
>Kill05(in Kill) have produced both NG/OK messages.
>
>Sigsuspend does not return, but with Ctl-C, it was ended and produced some
>messages, no message "NG" or "OK".
>
>Dup21 failed on RHEL4, but I think RHEL4 does not support it, so it should be OK.
>ptrace and capset failed one test case on RHEL 4, but I think RHEL4 does not support them, so it should be OK.
>
>uselib produced the message "load error /lib/liba.XXXX".
>
>Truncate seems to run for long time on VMware, but it works well on Vine.
>I am not sure what difference between them.
>
> Could you check with them ?
>
>
>  Hisashi Hashimoto
>
>Board of Director, the Linux Foundation,
>
>Senior Engineer
>
>Open Source Software Promotion Center
>Enterprise Business Planning
>Hitachi, Ltd., Software Division
>Tel : +81-45-862-8470, Fax : +81-45-862-8471
>hisashi.hashimoto.wh@hitachi.com
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 3
>Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 10:04:05 +0900
>From: <hisashi.hashimoto.wh@hitachi.com>
>Subject: Re: [Crackerjack-devel] Latest Status
>Cc: ??? <huchj@csip.org.cn>, ??? <wangxg@csip.org.cn>,
>       crackerjack-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
>Message-ID: <XNM1$9$0$3$$2$7$9$A$9010025U4ac945f4@hitachi.com>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>
>I am not sure file was out.
>
>I attached it.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Hashimoto
>
>>All,
>>
>>  What I explained in previous e-mail,
>>I only executed test cases on each platform.
>>I did not compared the result, so I did not know there
>>is regression or not.
>>
>>  We are preparing Comparison process.
>>
>>I will let you know we execute comparison process and get
>>result.
>>
>>Hashimoto
>>--------------------------------------------------
>>
>>All,
>>
>>  I inserted GPL statement into all sources of CrackerJack.
>>If you want to modify, update source code of test cases,
>>please down load the latest one before you modify it.
>>To download, please use SVN or crackerjack-3.0.tgz
>>
>>  I have tested the latest test cases of CrackerJack.
>>It is still working, but I would like to report to you.
>> Please see attached file.
>>I executed some test cases on RHEL 4, RHEL 5, and my local distribution Vine(Japanese).
>>RHEL 4 & 5 run on Vmware at IPA OSS Laboratory.
>>
>>"---" means that not tested.
>>
>>Below is summary.
>>
>>  Some test cases can not be compiled(getdtents64, getdents).
>>Quotactl was not complied on RHEL4 but compiled on RHEL5 and Vine.
>>Probablly RHEL4 is old to compile Quotactl.
>>But Quotactl failed to run. It produced "NG" message and stop with segmentation fault.
>>
>>Kill05(in Kill) have produced both NG/OK messages.
>>
>>Sigsuspend does not return, but with Ctl-C, it was ended and produced some
>>messages, no message "NG" or "OK".
>>
>>Dup21 failed on RHEL4, but I think RHEL4 does not support it, so it should be OK.
>>ptrace and capset failed one test case on RHEL 4, but I think RHEL4 does not support them, so it should be OK.
>>
>>uselib produced the message "load error /lib/liba.XXXX".
>>
>>Truncate seems to run for long time on VMware, but it works well on Vine.
>>I am not sure what difference between them.
>>
>> Could you check with them ?
>>
>>
>>  Hisashi Hashimoto
>>
>>Board of Director, the Linux Foundation,
>>
>>Senior Engineer
>>
>>Open Source Software Promotion Center
>>Enterprise Business Planning
>>Hitachi, Ltd., Software Division
>>Tel : +81-45-862-8470, Fax : +81-45-862-8471
>>hisashi.hashimoto.wh@hitachi.com
>>
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>
>Board of Director, the Linux Foundation,
>
>Senior Engineer
>
>Open Source Software Promotion Center
>Enterprise Business Planning
>Hitachi, Ltd., Software Division
>Tel : +81-45-862-8470, Fax : +81-45-862-8471
>hisashi.hashimoto.wh@hitachi.com
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