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Re: [Cupt-devel] Bug#882238: cupt: FTBFS on hppa and hurd-i386: feeding-input.t fails

On 2018-03-30 4:56 AM, Eugene V. Lyubimkin wrote:
Thank you for taking a look.

On 30.03.2018 01:01, John David Anglin wrote:
On hurd-i386, I tracked it down to a misbehaviour of timeout(1), reported as #894379.
For HPPA, I didn't see any available porterboxes for HPPA on db.debian.org, so I could not
reproduced it. Did I miss any?
I'll take a look at the timeout problem.  Access to a box can be arranged.
I find timeout works correctly on hppa.
I see, so it's a different issue then. Please let me know if/when there is a box I could
reproduce the test case failure on.
The attached change fixed the build failure on my rp3440.  Don't know if 60s is enough for the slower buildds.

John David Anglin  dave.anglin@bell.net
--- ./test/t/manage/worker/packages/hooks/pre-install-pkgs/feeding-input.t.save	2018-03-30 11:11:02.697750034 -0400
+++ ./test/t/manage/worker/packages/hooks/pre-install-pkgs/feeding-input.t	2018-03-30 11:11:41.437969834 -0400
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@
 	my ($comment, $hook_command, $checker) = @_;
 	my $hook_options = "-o dpkg::pre-install-pkgs::='$hook_command' ";
-	my $command = get_worker_command("timeout 30s $cupt", "install '*xyz*' $hook_options", 'simulate'=>0);
+	my $command = get_worker_command("timeout 60s $cupt", "install '*xyz*' $hook_options", 'simulate'=>0);
 	my $output;
 	subtest $comment => sub {

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