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From:
James E Keenan
Date:
July 23, 2020 21:56
Subject:
Re: [Perl/perl5] Run failed: testsuite -smoke-me/jkeenan/gh-17993-evaluate-net-ping (22da0f9)
Message ID:
cd895141-af2c-0dc2-e1fe-b057ce42b008@pobox.com
On 7/23/20 5:48 PM, James E Keenan wrote:
> 
>     Run failed for smoke-me/jkeenan/gh-17993-evaluate-net-ping (22da0f9)
> 
> Repository: Perl/perl5
> Workflow: testsuite
> Duration: 1 hour, 26 minutes, and 14.0 seconds
> Finished: 2020-07-23 21:48:44 UTC
> 
> View results <https://github.com/Perl/perl5/actions/runs/180320992>
> 
[snip]
> Jobs:
> 
>   * cygwin <https://github.com/Perl/perl5/runs/904307886> failed (1
>     annotation)
> 

In a Github action performed on a recent commit to a branch in our 
repository, I got a failure for the action known as 'cygwin'.

#####
https://github.com/Perl/perl5/runs/904307886

t/re/overload .................................................. ok
sh: line 1:  6618 Killed 
/home/runneradmin/work/perl.exe "-I../lib" "-I." "tmp6534A" 2>&1
# Failed test 955 - Test Perl 73464 at ./test.pl line 1065
#      got "# Test process timed out - terminating\nkill: 6618: No such 
process"
# expected "Timeout"
# PROG:
#
#                 BEGIN{require q(test.pl);}
#                 watchdog(3);
#                 $SIG{ALRM} = sub {print "Timeout\n"; exit(1)};
#                 alarm 1;
#                 $_ = "a" x 1000 . "b" x 1000 . "c" x 1000;
#                 /.*a.*b.*c.*[de]/;
#
# STATUS: 35072
t/re/pat ....................................................... FAILED 
at test 955
#####
The commit in question did not touch the file which failed, nor did it 
have anything to do with regular expressions.

So AFAICT this has more to do with cygwin than with perl.  So I won't 
treat it as preventing merging of the underlying code into blead (which 
is pending other smoke-me reports).

Does that sound okay?

Thank you very much.
Jim Keenan

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