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From lulynn_2008 <lulynn_2...@163.com>
Subject Re:TestFailChainManager and TestLogicalConfigManager failed in Open JDK
Date Wed, 07 Mar 2012 16:05:41 GMT
Seems not real failure, maybe this is caused by "collectors" data structure: hashset.



At 2012-03-06 19:07:22,"Bing Li" <sarah.libing@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi, all
I found that TestFailChainManager and TestLogicalConfigManager in Flume-0.9.4 failed with
the following errors:


Running com.cloudera.flume.master.availability.TestFailChainManager
Tests run: 2, Failures: 1, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0, Time elapsed: 1.845 sec <<< FAILURE!


Results :


Failed tests: 
  testRandomAvailMan(com.cloudera.flume.master.availability.TestFailChainManager): expected:<..."%s\")}","collector
[5","collector 1","collector 3]")> but was:<..."%s\")}","collector [3","collector 1","collector
5]")>


Tests run: 2, Failures: 1, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0




Running com.cloudera.flume.master.logical.TestLogicalConfigManager
Tests run: 15, Failures: 6, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0, Time elapsed: 26.17 sec <<< FAILURE!


Results :


Failed tests: 
  testFailoverLogicalTrans(com.cloudera.flume.master.logical.TestLogicalConfigManager): expected:<...8.svl.ibm.com",
3585[5 ) } ? < { lazyOpen => rpcSink( "svltest118.svl.ibm.com", 35854] ) } ? null >
> >> but was:<...8.svl.ibm.com", 3585[4 ) } ? < { lazyOpen => rpcSink( "svltest118.svl.ibm.com",35855]
) } ? null > > >>
  testMultipleRefreshes(com.cloudera.flume.master.logical.TestLogicalConfigManager): expected:<...8.svl.ibm.com",
3585[5 ) } ? < { lazyOpen => rpcSink( "svltest118.svl.ibm.com", 35854] ) } ? null >
> >> but was:<...8.svl.ibm.com", 3585[4 ) } ? < { lazyOpen => rpcSink( "svltest118.svl.ibm.com",
35855] ) } ? null > > >>
  testMultipleUpdates(com.cloudera.flume.master.logical.TestLogicalConfigManager): expected:<...8.svl.ibm.com",
3585[5 ) } ? < { lazyOpen => rpcSink( "svltest118.svl.ibm.com", 35854] ) } ? null >
> >> but was:<...8.svl.ibm.com", 3585[4 ) } ? < { lazyOpen => rpcSink( "svltest118.svl.ibm.com",
35855] ) } ? null > > >>
  testNoPhysicalNode(com.cloudera.flume.master.logical.TestLogicalConfigManager): expected:<...
"logicalSink( \"foo[3\" )" ) } ? < { lazyOpen => fail( "logicalSink( \"foo2]\" )" )
} ? null > >...> but was:<... "logicalSink( \"foo[2\" )" ) } ? < { lazyOpen
=> fail( "logicalSink( \"foo3]\" )" ) } ? null > >...>
  testPhysicalNodeLost(com.cloudera.flume.master.logical.TestLogicalConfigManager): expected:<...
"logicalSink( \"foo[3\" )" ) } ? < { lazyOpen => fail( "logicalSink( \"foo2]\" )" )
} ? null > >...> but was:<... "logicalSink( \"foo[2\" )" ) } ? < { lazyOpen
=> fail( "logicalSink( \"foo3]\" )" ) } ? null > >...>
  testUpdateAfterUnmapAll(com.cloudera.flume.master.logical.TestLogicalConfigManager): expected:<...8.svl.ibm.com",
3585[5 ) } ? < { lazyOpen => rpcSink( "svltest118.svl.ibm.com", 35854] ) } ? null >
> >> but was:<...8.svl.ibm.com", 3585[4 ) } ? < { lazyOpen => rpcSink( "svltest118.svl.ibm.com",
35855] ) } ? null > > >>


Tests run: 15, Failures: 6, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0




Are they REAL failures?


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