Brad Stockdale wrote:
> I just wanted to say thanks for the cool stressing package. It's nice to see large companies helping the open source community.
Actually its more about functional and regression testing. Stress comes
when you invoke them in a certain manner.
> I do have a question, however. Make fails on lseek03.c because apparently on x86 platforms, SIGSYS isnt available... Here's the exact error:
> cc -Wall -I../include -g lseek03.c -L../lib -lltp -o lseek03
> lseek03.c: In function `main':
> lseek03.c:160: `SIGSYS' undeclared \(first use in this function\)
> lseek03.c:160: \(Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
> lseek03.c:160: for each function it appears in.\)
> make: *** \[lseek03\] Error 1
> Is there an equivalent of SIGSYS on x86 that I can use\?
Its available on all our systems. This is the first I've heard of this
problem. Care to tell us more about your system? Are you bleeding edge
or very old?
Silicon Graphics, Inc.