[LTP] [PATCH] pan/ltp-pan.c: fix incorrect number of total tests

Xiao Yang yangx.jy@cn.fujitsu.com
Thu Apr 13 04:47:54 CEST 2017

Hi Cyril

Thanks for your explanation. :-)
Agreed.  I would be to wait for the new LTP test runner.

Xiao Yang

On 2017/04/12 23:31, Cyril Hrubis wrote:
> Hi!
>> Actually, the coll->cnt is number of tests loaded from the runtest file.
>> However, starts is set to coll->cnt at first , and it reduces when
>> completing one test.
>> Please see the following code:
>> cpid =
>> run_child(coll->ary[c], running + i, quiet_mode,
>> &failcnt, fmt_print, logfile);
>> if (cpid != -1)
>> ++num_active;
>> if ((cpid != -1 || sequential)&&  starts>  0)
>> --starts;
>> I think that ltp-pan could indicate the number of tests which have been
>> run when receiving one signal.
> Hmm, ok, so unless starts is set to -1, which means "execute the testrun
> until interrupted" this would result in the number of executed tests, if
> starts is -1 the result is incorrect anyway.
> But to get it really correct we should rather add a counter and count
> each started test child or something.
>> I am not familiar with ltp-pan code???so do you have some suggestions
>> about it?
> Well the ltp-pan code is messy and the tool is in a maintenance mode,
> which means that we only do bugfixes. This looks like a bug so I'm not
> against fixing it but at the same time I do not think that this is
> important enough. So my suggestion would be to wait for the new LTP
> test runner that I started to work on some time ago and keep up with
> ltp-pan.c as it is until then.

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