dormando (dormando) wrote in lj_dev,
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Perl's being mean.

LFS tests fail. Have some output.

# checking whether we have sparse files...
# s1 = 2055 260183 33188 1 0 0 13995 1000003 987994381 987994381 987994381 4096 16
# s2 = 2055 260184 33188 1 0 0 12359 2000003 987994381 987994381 987994381 4096 16
# we seem to have sparse files...
# 2055 260183 33188 1 0 0 13995 5000000003 987994381 987994381 987994381 4096 32
1..17
ok 1
ok 2
ok 3
ok 4
ok 5
# bad offset 205032704, want 4500000000
# 32-bit wraparound suspected in tell() since
# 4500000000 cast into 32 bits equals 205032704.
not ok 6
ok 7
# bad offset 205032705, want 4500000001
# 32-bit wraparound suspected in tell() since
# 4500000001 cast into 32 bits equals 205032705.
not ok 8
ok 9
# bad offset 205032704, want 4500000000
# 32-bit wraparound suspected in tell() since
# 4500000000 cast into 32 bits equals 205032704.
not ok 10
ok 11
# bad offset 705032704, want 5000000000
# 32-bit wraparound suspected in tell() since
# 5000000000 cast into 32 bits equals 705032704.
not ok 12
ok 13
ok 14
ok 15
ok 16
ok 17

Compiled it with 64-bit ints, enabled LFS, still hates us.

Anyone know what's up? This is a linux 2.2.16 system with LFS patches that work. If you fix it, you get a cookie. I don't actually have a cookie though, so you'll just have to pretend.
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