On Fri, Mar 04, 2005 at 02:29:38PM +0100, nils toedtmann wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 03, 2005 at 02:38:14PM -0000, Ian Pratt wrote:
> > > wget oopses sometimes, never seen that before:
> > >
> > > wget http://...
> > > 25% [======> ] 1,028,840 55.08K/s
> > > ETA 06:31
> > > wget: retr.c:293: calc_rate: Assertion `msecs >= 0' failed.
> > > Aborted
> > It sound like time may be screwed on your system, which is rather
> > surprising.
Ok, after lots of compiling, rebooting & testing, i got this picture:
The error "wget: retr.c:293: calc_rate: Assertion `msecs >= 0' failed."
is still present with xen-2.0-testing ("ChangeSet@xxxxxx, 2005-03-04
00:57:22"), but now i have to trigger them by higher load. I was not
able to reproduce it on a vanilla kernel with same config (besides
ARCH specific options).
> > What kind of CPU do you have?
$ cat /proc/cpuinfo
processor : 0
vendor_id : AuthenticAMD
cpu family : 6
model : 4
model name : AMD Athlon(tm) Processor
> > Does wget still fail if you're in a text mode? (I think we really need
> > to rule out any interaction with AGP or X).
Yes: could reproduce it on tty1 without any X running. Some kernel config:
# CONFIG_MODULES is not set
# CONFIG_AGP is not set
> > Please can you try running LTP on your system. Does it pass all the time
> > tests?
No. I ran the default testset (ltp-full-20050207) on xen0-2.0.4 and
repeated the failed tests on different kernels (all 2.6.10):
1.770_FC3 (fedora errata kernel), vanilla, xen0-2.0-testing (2.3.),
xen0-2.0-testing (4.3.). Except the FC3 kernel, they all had the same
config (except options not present due to ARCH). The test "fcntl23"
failed on all kernels, so it probably a fedora issue. The tests
"ioperm02", "iopl02" and "nanosleep02" failed on all xen-kernels,
and only on them. This is the output for "nanosleep02":
nanosleep02 1 FAIL : Remaining sleep time 4010000 usec doesn't match
with the expected 3999236 usec time
nanosleep02 1 FAIL : child process exited abnormally
duration=1 termination_type=exited termination_id=1 corefile=no
All other default tests passed on all kernels, including
> I'll try to check that on monday, is that ok?
So here i am. I hope it was worth it ...
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