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Summary

  Command Tests
   Command Check 	  v 3.1.95-1 	Success 	Passed: 147
  Static Interface Tests
   Library Check 	  v 3.1.95-1 	Failures: 6 	Passed: 47688
  Runtime Interface Tests
   Core Tests	 	  v 3.1.95-4 	Failures: 58 	Passed: 5312
   Desktop-T2C Tests 	  v 3.1.95-3 	Failures: 2

Passed: 2803

    Desktop Tests:	  v 3.1.95-5	
       Fontconfig Tests 	Success 	Passed: 3
       FreeType Tests 		Success 	Passed: 4
       GTK Tests 		Failures: 5 	Passed: 8149
       Libpng Tests 		Success 	Passed: 137
       Libxml Tests 		Success 	Passed: 2314
       Qt3 Tests 		Success 	Passed: 26
       Qt4 Tests 		Failures: 4 	Passed: 1363
       XRender Tests 		Success 	Passed: 1
       Xft Tests 		Success 	Passed: 4
   Libstdc++ Tests 	  v 3.4.3-6.95 	Success

Passed: 1274

   Perl Tests	 	  v 3.1.95-3 	Failures: 14 	Passed: 914
   Printing Tests 	  v 3.1.95-4 	Failures: 1 	Passed: 83
   Python Runtime Tests  v 3.1.95-3 	Failures: 2 	Passed:

106

   X11 Tests (XTS5) 	  v 5.1.5-4 	Failures: 63 	Passed:

3338

  Automated Application Battery Tests
   Apache Tests 	  v 2.2.4-2 	Success 	Passed: 5
   Expect Tests 	  v 5.43.0-5 	Failures: 1 	Passed: 0
   Groff Tests 	  v 1.19.2-2 	Success 	Passed: 5
   Lynx Tests 		  v 2.8.6-1 	Success 	Passed: 20
   Python Tests 	  v 2.4.4-1 	Failures: 3 	Passed: 291
   Raptor Tests 	  v 1.4.15-1 	Success 	Passed: 56
   Rsync Tests 	  v 2.6.9-1 	Success 	Passed: 6
   Samba Tests 	  v 3.0.25b-1 	Success 	Passed: 6
   Tcl Tests 		  v 8.5a4-1 	Failures: 56 	Passed: 134
   Xpdf Tests 		  v 1.01-5 	Success 	Passed: 3

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Details on suites with failing tests

Library Check v 3.1.95-1

libstdc++.so.6 2926 	Failed 	
Virtual Function[0][2] _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (expected)
doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info10__do_catchEPKS_PPvj (found)
Virtual Function[0][3] _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (expected)
doesn't match
_ZNKSt9type_info11__do_upcastEPKN10__cxxabiv117__class_type_infoEPPv (found)
Virtual Function[0][4] _ZNKSt9type_info10__do_catchEPKS_PPvj (expected)
doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (found)
Virtual Function[0][5]
_ZNKSt9type_info11__do_upcastEPKN10__cxxabiv117__class_type_infoEPPv
(expected) doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (found)

libstdc++.so.6 2939 	Failed 	
Virtual Function[0][2] _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (expected)
doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info10__do_catchEPKS_PPvj (found)
Virtual Function[0][3] _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (expected)
doesn't match
_ZNKSt9type_info11__do_upcastEPKN10__cxxabiv117__class_type_infoEPPv (found)
Virtual Function[0][4] _ZNKSt9type_info10__do_catchEPKS_PPvj (expected)
doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (found)
Virtual Function[0][5]
_ZNKSt9type_info11__do_upcastEPKN10__cxxabiv117__class_type_infoEPPv
(expected) doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (found)

libstdc++.so.6 3004 	Failed 	
Virtual Function[0][2] _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (expected)
doesn't match
_ZNK10__cxxabiv117__class_type_info10__do_catchEPKSt9type_infoPPvj (found)
Virtual Function[0][3] _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (expected)
doesn't match _ZNK10__cxxabiv117__class_type_info11__do_upcastEPKS0_PPv
(found)
Virtual Function[0][4]
_ZNK10__cxxabiv117__class_type_info10__do_catchEPKSt9type_infoPPvj
(expected) doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (found)
Virtual Function[0][5]
_ZNK10__cxxabiv117__class_type_info11__do_upcastEPKS0_PPv (expected)
doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (found)

libstdc++.so.6 3017 	Failed 	
Virtual Function[0][2] _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (expected)
doesn't match
_ZNK10__cxxabiv117__class_type_info10__do_catchEPKSt9type_infoPPvj (found)
Virtual Function[0][3] _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (expected)
doesn't match _ZNK10__cxxabiv117__class_type_info11__do_upcastEPKS0_PPv
(found)
Virtual Function[0][4]
_ZNK10__cxxabiv117__class_type_info10__do_catchEPKSt9type_infoPPvj
(expected) doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (found)
Virtual Function[0][5]
_ZNK10__cxxabiv117__class_type_info11__do_upcastEPKS0_PPv (expected)
doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (found)

libstdc++.so.6 3030 	Failed 	
Virtual Function[0][2] _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (expected)
doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info10__do_catchEPKS_PPvj (found)
Virtual Function[0][3] _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (expected)
doesn't match
_ZNKSt9type_info11__do_upcastEPKN10__cxxabiv117__class_type_infoEPPv (found)
Virtual Function[0][4] _ZNKSt9type_info10__do_catchEPKS_PPvj (expected)
doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (found)
Virtual Function[0][5]
_ZNKSt9type_info11__do_upcastEPKN10__cxxabiv117__class_type_infoEPPv
(expected) doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (found)

libstdc++.so.6 3043 	Failed 	
Virtual Function[0][2] _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (expected)
doesn't match
_ZNK10__cxxabiv117__pbase_type_info10__do_catchEPKSt9type_infoPPvj (found)
Virtual Function[0][3] _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (expected)
doesn't match
_ZNKSt9type_info11__do_upcastEPKN10__cxxabiv117__class_type_infoEPPv (found)
Virtual Function[0][4]
_ZNK10__cxxabiv117__pbase_type_info10__do_catchEPKSt9type_infoPPvj
(expected) doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info14__is_pointer_pEv (found)
Virtual Function[0][5]
_ZNKSt9type_info11__do_upcastEPKN10__cxxabiv117__class_type_infoEPPv
(expected) doesn't match _ZNKSt9type_info15__is_function_pEv (found)

Core Tests v 3.1.95-4

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/tset/ANSI.os/genuts/system_X/T.system_X 49 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

system("\143\141\164\040\074\074\041\n\123\131\123\124\105\115\n\041")
failed
expected output: "\123\131\123\124\105\115\n"
observed output: "\123\131\123\124\105\115\n\041"

/tset/ANSI.os/maths/pow/T.pow 4 	Warning (quelled) 	Insignificant
Messages from the test

pow(0.0, -1.0) gave
RETURN VALUES: expected: -inf, observed: inf
Bit Representation: expected value: \000\000\000\000\000\000\360\377
Bit Representation: observed value: \000\000\000\000\000\000\360\177

Comment:
Both -inf and +inf are equally artificial results, Linux libc picks this
one.
/tset/ANSI.os/streamio/fopen/T.fopen 28 	Warning (quelled) 	Insignificant
Messages from the test

fopen() succeeded when FOPEN_MAX streams were already open

Comment:
FOPEN_MAX is just an advisory limit, there is probably no real limit
except memory.
/tset/ANSI.os/streamio/freopen/T.freopen 5 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

st_atime field on ./freopen-t.5a was not marked for update
st_atime was 1199655630; should not be less than 1199655631
st_ctime field on ./freopen-t.5a was not marked for update
st_ctime was 1199655630; should not be less than 1199655631
st_mtime field on ./freopen-t.5a was not marked for update
st_mtime was 1199655630; should not be less than 1199655631

/tset/ANSI.os/streamio/remove_X/T.remove_X 1 	Warning (quelled) 	Feature
Messages from the test

remove("remove_X-t.1") did not give correct results
RETURN VALUES: expected: -1, observed: 0
ERRNO VALUES: expected: 26 (ETXTBSY), observed: 0 (NO ERROR)

Comment:
Linux allows to remove a running executable file without any side effects.
/tset/ANSI.os/streamio/tmpfile/T.tmpfile 2 	Warning (quelled) 	Feature
Messages from the test

Note: There is a known issue with this test, see POSIX interpretation
1003.1-1990 #74
Note: This test is waived for LSB testing, please see the waivers database
tmpfile() did not creat file with mode 0666 when umask was set to 0,
found 0600

Comment:
Not a bug but feature. Linux tmpfile() creates files with access rights
0600 which is more secure than POSIX mandated 0666.
/tset/POSIX.os/dataform/tar/T.tar 12 	FIP (quelled) 	Correct
Messages from the test

create utility exited with code 1

Comment:
This test tries to call tar with a file with too long name (>100 chars).
The tar utility can either skip the file, or fail completely; both
results are correct.
/tset/POSIX.os/devclass/c_iflag/T.c_iflag 19 	Warning (quelled) 	Normal
Messages from the test

This test will not pass when using pseudo ttys

Comment:
This is a normal result unless a hardware terminal is used (which is
very rare).
/tset/POSIX.os/devclass/c_lflag/T.c_lflag 6 	Warning (quelled) 	Normal
Messages from the test

This test will not pass when using pseudo ttys

Comment:
This is a normal result unless a hardware terminal is used (which is
very rare).
/tset/POSIX.os/devclass/tcdrain/T.tcdrain 2 	Warning (quelled) 	Normal
Messages from the test

This test will not pass when using pseudo ttys

Comment:
This is a normal result unless a hardware terminal is used (which is
very rare).
/tset/POSIX.os/devclass/tcsetattr/T.tcsetattr 8 	Warning (quelled) 	Normal
Messages from the test

This test will not pass when using pseudo ttys

Comment:
This is a normal result unless a hardware terminal is used (which is
very rare).
/tset/POSIX.os/files/access_X/T.access_X 1 	Warning (quelled) 	Feature
Messages from the test

access("access_X-t.1", W_OK) did not give correct results
RETURN VALUES: expected: -1, observed: 0
ERRNO VALUES: expected: 26 (ETXTBSY), observed: 0 (NO ERROR)

Comment:
On Linux, running executable files are normally accessible.
/tset/POSIX.os/files/fstat/T.fstat 1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

fstat() set st_atime incorrectly: expected 1199659731, observed 1199659730
fstat() set st_mtime incorrectly: expected 1199659733, observed 1199659732
fstat() set st_ctime incorrectly: expected 1199659733, observed 1199659732
path tracing error: path counter 6, expected 7

/tset/POSIX.os/files/rename_X/T.rename_X 1 	Warning (quelled) 	Feature
Messages from the test

rename("rename_X-t.1a", "rename_X-t.1b") did not give correct results
RETURN VALUES: expected: -1, observed: 0
ERRNO VALUES: expected: 26 (ETXTBSY), observed: 0 (NO ERROR)

Comment:
Not a bug but feature. On Linux, running executable files are normally
accessible.
/tset/POSIX.os/files/stat_X/T.stat_X 1 	FIP  [?] <tests_help.pl#FIP> 	
Messages from the test

stat("/opt/lsb/test/core/tet/test_sets/nonexistb", buf) returned st_rdev
value of 0xfc01

/tset/POSIX.os/files/stat_X/T.stat_X 2 	FIP (quelled) 	Correct
Messages from the test

stat("/dev/tty", buf) returned st_rdev value of 0x500

Comment:
This is a correct result, /dev/tty has major/minor number 0x0500.
/tset/POSIX.os/files/unlink_X/T.unlink_X 1 	Warning (quelled) 	Feature
Messages from the test

unlink("unlink_X-t.1") did not give correct results
RETURN VALUES: expected: -1, observed: 0
ERRNO VALUES: expected: 26 (ETXTBSY), observed: 0 (NO ERROR)

Comment:
On Linux, running executable files are normally accessible.
/tset/POSIX.os/files/posix_madvise/T.posix_madvise 4 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

posix_madvise returned 0 instead of EINVAL

/tset/POSIX.os/procenv/sysconf/T.sysconf 3 	Warning (quelled)
Insignificant
Messages from the test

CLK_TCK not defined (obsolescent in POSIX but required)

Comment:
Insignificant; CLK_TCK is obsolete anyway.
/tset/POSIX.os/procenv/sysconf_X/T.sysconf_X 2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

sysconf(_SC_XOPEN_VERSION) failed expected 500 - got 600

/tset/POSIX.os/procenv/sysconf_X/T.sysconf_X 17 	FIP  [?]
<tests_help.pl#FIP> 	
Messages from the test

sysconf(_SC_XOPEN_ENH_I18N) returned 1
- indicating the feature group is fully supported
sysconf(_SC_XOPEN_CRYPT) returned 1
- indicating the feature group is supported
sysconf(_SC_XOPEN_SHM) returned 1
- indicating the feature group is supported
sysconf(_SC_XOPEN_LEGACY) returned 1
- indicating the feature group is fully supported

/tset/POSIX.os/procenv/uname/T.uname 1 	FIP  [?] <tests_help.pl#FIP> 	
Messages from the test

system name - Linux
node name - u3mdw
release - 2.6.22-14-generic
version - #1 SMP Tue Dec 18 08:02:57 UTC 2007
machine - i686

/tset/POSIX.os/procprim/kill_X/T.kill_X 1 	Warning (quelled) 	Insignificant
Messages from the test

process calling kill() did not receive signal 10

Comment:
The Linux implementation of kill() sends the signal to everyone except
its own process, which is also logical.
/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/localedef/T.localedef 3 	Warning (quelled) 	Waived
Messages from the test

* When the locale specification exceeded implementation limits or the
coded character set or sets used were not supported by the
implementation, and no locale was created, verify the exit value is 2.

created locale unexpectedly
This test should not create locale and exit code code sould be 2.
eixt code of localedef is 0
if exit code is more than 3, please check directory if user 'vsx0' has
write permission of the locale directory

*) This test result is waived now.

Comment:
This test is waived by the LSB committee.
/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/diff/T.diff 2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -b option is specified, verify this utility interprets whitespace
character according to the current locale.

Can't interprets white space characters according to the current locale.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/diff/T.diff 3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -r option is specified, verify this utility handles files and
directories whose names have multibyte characters.
Can't handle files and directories whose name have multibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/fold/T.fold 1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When this utility folds the lines without -b option, verify each line
is not folded in the middle of character.

Some characters are not wrapped on the assigned width.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/fold/T.fold 2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When this utility folds the lines with -b option, verify each line is
not folded in the middle of character.

Some characters are not wrapped on the assigned width.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/fold/T.fold 3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When this utility folds the lines with -s option, verify this utility
interprets blank characters according to the current locale.

Some blank character is not interpreted.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/join/T.join 3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -t option is specified, verify this utility uses given character
as a separator even if the character is multibyte character.

This utility does not join the files.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/join/T.join 4 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -t option is not specified, verify blank characters according to
the current locale are used as input field separators.

This utility does not join the files.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/pr/T.pr 1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -w option is specified, verify this utility truncates the lines
to make the length of the lines be less than or equal to the assigned width.

Can't truncates the input lines correctly.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/pr/T.pr 3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -n option is specified, verify this utility uses the given
character as the separator between line number and first column.

Can't interpret character as the separator between line number and first
column.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/pr/T.pr 4 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -s option is specified, verify this utility uses the given
character as the separator during the columns.

Can't interpret character as the separator during the columns.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/pr/T.pr 5 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -i option is specified, verify this utility uses the given
character as the character which multiple space characters is replaced
with. The replaced space characters are to the next tab stop.

Can't replace the taget spaces with the character correctry.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/pr/T.pr 6 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -e option is specified, verify this utility uses the given
character as the character which is replaced with multiple space
characters. The number of space characters is defined so that next
character stands at tab_stop.

Can't replace the character with the spaces correctry.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 8 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -t option is specified, verify this utility use a character as a
field separator even if the character is a multibyte character.

Can't handle field separator written in a multibyte chaaracter.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 9 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -k keydef option is specified, verify this utility is able to
define start/end position even if the lines have multibyte characters
(Especially check about the character position. i.e. 'field.character').

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 10 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -k keydef option is specified and keydef has a character b,
verify this utility interprets which character is a blank character in
the range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 11 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -k keydef option is specified and keydef has a character d,
verify this utility interprets which character is a blank character or
an alphanumeric character in the range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 12 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -k keydef option is specified and keydef has a character f,
verify this utility treats a lower-case character as same as its
upper-case character in the range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 13 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -k keydef option is specified and keydef has a character i,
verify this utility interprets a printable character correctly in the
range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 14 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -k keydef option is specified and keydef has a character n,
verify this utility sorts numeric order in the range which defined by
keydef. (Especially check the radix character, thousands separator and
sign are interpreted correctly.)

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 15 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When +pos option is specified, verify this utility is able to define
start position even if the lines have multibyte characters (Especially
check about the character position. i.e. 'field.character').

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 16 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -pos option is specified, verify this utility is able to define
end position even if the lines have multibyte characters (Especially
check about the character position. i.e. 'field.character').

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 24 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -c and -t option are specified, verify this utility use a
character as a field separator even if the character is a multibyte
character.

Can't handle field separator written in a multibyte chaaracter.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 25 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -c and -k keydef option are specified, verify this utility is
able to define start/end position even if the lines have multibyte
characters (Especially check about the character position. i.e.
'field.character').

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 26 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -c and -k keydef option are specified and the keydef has a
character b, verify this utility interprets which character is a blank
character in the range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 27 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -c and -k keydef option are specified and keydef has a character
d, verify this utility interprets which character is a blank character
or an alphanumeric character in the range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 28 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -c and -k keydef option is specified and keydef has a character
f, verify this utility treats a lower-case character as same as its
upper-case character in the range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 29 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -c and -k keydef option are specified and keydef has a character
i, verify this utility interprets a printable character correctly in the
range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 30 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -c and -k keydef option are specified and keydef has a character
n, verify this utility check the file whose lines are sorted numeric
order in the range which defined by keydef. (Especially check the radix
character, thousands separator and sign are interpreted correctly.)

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 31 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -c and +pos option are specified, verify this utility is able to
define start position even if the lines have multibyte characters
(Especially check about the character position. i.e. 'field.character').

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 32 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -c and-pos option are specified, verify this utility is able to
define end position even if the lines have multibyte characters
(Especially check about the character position. i.e. 'field.character').

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 40 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -m and -t option are specified, verify this utility use a
character as a field separator even if the character is a multibyte
character.

Can't handle field separator written in a multibyte chaaracter.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 41 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -m and -k keydef option are specified, verify this utility is
able to define start/end position even if the lines have multibyte
characters (Especially check about the character position. i.e.
'field.character').

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 42 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -m and -k keydef option are specified and keydef has a character
b, verify this utility interprets which character is a blank character
in the range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 43 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -m and -k keydef option are specified and keydef has a character
d, verify this utility interprets which character is a blank character
or an alphanumeric character in the range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 44 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -m and -k keydef option are specified and keydef has a character
f, verify this utility treats a lower-case character as same as its
upper-case character in the range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 45 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -m and -k keydef option are specified and keydef has a character
i, verify this utility interprets a printable character correctly in the
range which defined by keydef.

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 46 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -m and -k keydef option are specified and keydef has a character
n, verify the outputs this utility makes is sorted numeric order in the
range which defined by keydef. (Especially check the radix character,
thousands separator and sign are interpreted correctly.)

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 47 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -m and +pos option are specified, verify this utility is able to
define start position even if the lines have multibyte characters
(Especially check about the character position. i.e. 'field.character').

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/sort/T.sort 48 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -m and -pos option are specified, verify this utility is able to
define end position even if the lines have multibyte characters
(Especially check about the character position. i.e. 'field.character').

Can't handle key definition when field contains mutibyte characters.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/unexpand/T.unexpand 1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -a option is specified and this utility processes tab and space
characters, verify this utility determines the width in column positions
each character would occupy on a constant-width font output device.

Can't determine width in column positions.

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/uniq/T.uniq 2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -f option or -number is specified, this utility correctly
recognizes the boundaries of words. The boundaries are shown as blank
characters constituted in current locale.

This utility can not interpret blank characters

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/uniq/T.uniq 3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -s option or +number is specified, this utility ignore the first
n characters when doing comparisons even if the characters are multibyte
characters.

This utility can not interpret multibyte characters

/tset/LI18NUX2K.L1/utils/find/T.find 2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

* When -exec option is specified, this utility invokes another utility
whose name is written in file-system-safe characters.

Can't invoke another utility whose name is written in file-system-safe
characters.

/tset/LSB.fhs/root/bin/bin-tc 37 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

Reference 3.4-37 (C)
If the implementation supports a C Shell or equivalent (tcsh):
The path name of the C Shell shall be /bin/csh.
/bin/csh is not executable

/tset/LSB.fhs/root/etc/etc-tc 3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

Reference 3.7-3(C)
If the implementation provides a C-shell
The implementation provides the file /etc/csh.login
(test dependent on the LSB_C_SHELL_SUPP parameter)
/etc/csh.login: file not found
exit code 1 returned, expected 0

/tset/LSB.fhs/usr/share-misc/share-misc-tc 3 	Failed (waived) 	The test
is too strict. Treat it as FIP.
Messages from the test

Reference 4.11.6-3(C)
If the implementation supports the file magic
it will exist in the /usr/share/misc directory
/usr/share/misc/magic: file not found
exit code 1 returned, expected 0

Comment:
/tset/LSB.fhs/usr/share-misc/share-misc-tc.3 checks for
/usr/share/misc/magic. First, the FHS marks this as optional. If it does
not exist, the test result is FAIL, should be FIP.
LSB Report Status:
Reported to the LSB Committee as PR 0020
<https://www.linux-foundation.org/cert/pr.php?view=0020>.
/tset/LSB.fhs/var/cache-fonts/cache-fonts-tc 1 	FIP  [?]
<tests_help.pl#FIP> 	
Messages from the test

Reference 5.5.3-1(C)
The /var/cache/fonts directory may exist and is searchable
/var/cache/fonts: directory not found
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
This test result needs to be manually resolved, returning FIP result

/tset/LSB.fhs/var/spool-lpd/spool-lpd-tc 1 	FIP  [?] <tests_help.pl#FIP> 	
Messages from the test

Reference 5.14.3-1(C)
If the subsystem is supported
The /var/spool/lpd directory exists and is searchable
/var/spool/lpd: directory not found
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
This test result needs to be manually resolved

/tset/LSB.fhs/var/spool-lpd/spool-lpd-tc 2 	FIP (quelled) 	Normal
Messages from the test

Reference 5.14.3-2(C)
If the implementation has the lpd daemon running then
The lock file /var/spool/lpd/lpd.lock exists
/var/spool/lpd/lpd.lock: file not found
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
This test result needs to be manually resolved

Comment:
Normal when lpd is not installed.
/tset/LSB.fhs/var/spool-rwho/spool-rwho-tc 1 	FIP (quelled) 	Normal
Messages from the test

Reference 5.14.4-1(C)
If the subsystem is supported
The /var/spool/rwho directory exists and is searchable
/var/spool/rwho: directory not found
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
This test result needs to be manually resolved, returning FIP result

Comment:
Normal when rwho is not installed.
/tset/LSB.os/genuts/ftw_L/T.ftw_L 4 	Warning (quelled) 	Insignificant
Messages from the test

ftw did not call function with argument FTW_SL and
correct first and second arguments when traversing
file tree

Comment:
The linux ftw() function follows symlinks, it does not report them.
/tset/LSB.os/genuts/getopt/T.getopt 1 	Warning (quelled) 	Known minor bug
Messages from the test

getopt() failed when called with :-
optstring : [ab:cd:e]
arguments : [-a] [-d]
optind : [2]
getopt() failed on the following :-
optind : expected [4], actual [3]

getopt() failed when called with :-
optstring : [ab:cd:e]
arguments : [-ab]
optind : [1]
getopt() failed on the following :-
optind : expected [3], actual [2]

getopt() failed when called with :-
optstring : [:ab:cd:e]
arguments : [-a] [-d]
optind : [2]
getopt() failed on the following :-
optind : expected [4], actual [3]

getopt() failed when called with :-
optstring : [:ab:cd:e]
arguments : [-ab]
optind : [1]
getopt() failed on the following :-
optind : expected [3], actual [2]

Comment:
This is a known minor bug related to locale handling.
/tset/LSB.os/genuts/popen/T.popen 5 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

popen("\143\141\164\040\074\074\041\n\120\117\120\105\116\n\041") failed
expected output: "\120\117\120\105\116\n"
observed output: "\120\117\120\105\116\n\041"

/tset/LSB.os/ipc/msgsnd/T.msgsnd 1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

msg_stime not set as expected
Expected range: 1199668004 - 1199668004, Observed: 1199668003

/tset/LSB.os/libm/fpeOver/T.fpeOver 1 	Unreported 	
Messages from the test

When feenableexcept(FE_OVERFLOW) is set, and triggered by an overflow,
the exception shall be handled by the defined signal handler.

/tset/LSB.os/libm/fpeOver/T.fpeOver 2 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

unexpected signal 8 (SIGFPE) received

/tset/LSB.os/libm/fpeUnder/T.fpeUnder 1 	Unreported 	
Messages from the test

When feenableexcept(FE_UNDERFLOW) is set, and triggered by an underflow,
the exception shall be handled by the defined signal handler.

/tset/LSB.os/libm/fpeUnder/T.fpeUnder 2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

When fedisableexcept(FE_UNDERFLOW) is set, and triggered by an
underflow, the exception should not be handled by the defined signal
handler.
Signal handler fpeHandler2 called when not expected

/tset/LSB.pam/testcases/pam_acct_mgmt/pam_acct_mgmt 5 	Failed
(quelled) 	TEF's fault
Messages from the test

pam_authenticate returned Authentication failure when expected to succeed
uid : 1001
euid : 0
initialise failed

Comment:
This test fails because Test Execution Framework hacks PAM in order to
let vsx0 user do super-user's actions without asking for password. The
details haven't been explored, but this failure doesn't appear if the
test has been runned without DTK Manager.
/tset/lsb_release/testcases/lsb_release/lsb_release-tc 2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

Reference 15.2, The lsb_release command should return the version of LSB
against which the distribution is compliant.
Spec reference: 15.2. Command Behavior
Expecting at least 2 core-3.2 results from lsb_release
exit code 1 returned, expected 0

/tset/LSB.usersgroups/usersgroups/names/names-tc 6 	Warning 	
Messages from the test

Reference User & Group Names 16-1
If User Name (sync) exists it should be in the Group (sync)
WARNING: User Name (sync) is in the wrong group (nogroup).

/tset/LSB.usersgroups/usersgroups/names/names-tc 14 	Warning 	
Messages from the test

Reference User & Group Names 16-1
If User Name (nobody) exists it should be in the Group (nobody)
WARNING: User Name (nobody) is in the wrong group (nogroup).

/tset/profile.d/testcases/profile.d/profile.d-tc 2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

Reference 16.2, /etc: Host-specific system configuration
The sh utility shall read and execute commands in its current execution
environment from all the shell scripts in this directory
that have the suffix .sh when invoked as an interactive login shell, or
if the -l (the letter ell) is specified.
Expected $LSB_CORE_TEST_VAL to be set to 'ABC123', got ''

Desktop-T2C Tests v 3.1.95-3

/atk-t2c/tests/AtkObject_properties/AtkObject_properties 4 	Failed
(quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
accessible_role
--------
Checked requirements: accessible_role.01
Checked requirements: accessible_role.02
Checked requirements: accessible_role.03
Checked requirements: accessible_role.05
Initial value of the role is 66, but should be 0.
Value of the property should be 0 just after creation of an object.

Requirement failed:
{accessible_role.05}
Default value: 0

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
"accessible-role" - invalid default value.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0569>.

/atk-t2c/tests/AtkObject_properties/AtkObject_properties 16 	Failed
(quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
accessible_value
--------
Value = 10.000000 was passed to function g_object_set().
But after call of the function g_object_get,
value, address of which was passed to it, contains 0.000000.
g_object_get() should return same value, as set by g_object_set().

Requirement failed:
{accessible_value.02}
Type of property should be gdouble. Property should be readable and
writable.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Spurious gdouble in "accesible-value" property of an AtkObject.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0596>.

/atk-t2c/tests/AtkObject_signals/AtkObject_signals 16 	Failed
(quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
property_change
--------
Property 'accessible-role' has changed it's value from 66 to 2
The signal "property-change" should be emitted when an object's property
value changes.

Requirement failed:
{property_change.04}
The signal "property-change" should be emitted when an object's property
value changes.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
"property-change" signal is not always emitted when the value of the
"accessible-role" property changes.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0570>.

/atk-t2c/tests/AtkObject_relation/AtkObject_relation 6 	Failed
(quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
atk_object_remove_relationship
--------
Checked requirements: app.atk_object_remove_relationship.03
Checked requirements: app.atk_object_remove_relationship.04
Checked requirements: app.atk_object_remove_relationship.05
Checked requirements: atk_object_remove_relationship.02
Checked requirements: atk_object_remove_relationship.01
Before call of the function there were 5 relationships(total).
After call - 3.
Function shouldn't delete other relationships

Requirement failed:
{atk_object_remove_relationship.01}
Removes a relationship of the specified type with the specified target.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
atk_object_remove_relationship can remove more relationships than it should.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0568>.

/atk-t2c/tests/AtkObject_relation/AtkObject_relation 7 	Failed
(quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
atk_object_remove_relationship
--------
Checked requirements: app.atk_object_remove_relationship.03
Checked requirements: app.atk_object_remove_relationship.04
Checked requirements: app.atk_object_remove_relationship.05
Checked requirements: atk_object_remove_relationship.02
Checked requirements: atk_object_remove_relationship.01
Before call of the function there were 5 relationships(total).
After call - 3.
Function shouldn't delete other relationships

Requirement failed:
{atk_object_remove_relationship.01}
Removes a relationship of the specified type with the specified target.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
atk_object_remove_relationship can remove more relationships than it should.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0568>.

/atk-t2c/tests/AtkStateSet/AtkStateSet 24 	Failed (quelled) 	Known
problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
atk_state_set_or_sets
--------
When called for empty sets, the function should return NULL.
But it returned 0x8069848.

Requirement failed:
{atk_state_set_or_sets.01.02}
returns NULL if the union is empty.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
atk_state_set_or_sets returns an empty set rather than NULL.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0574>.

/atk-t2c/tests/AtkRelationSet/AtkRelationSet 10 	Failed (quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
atk_relation_set_add
--------
Checked requirements: app.atk_relation_set_add.02
Checked requirements: app.atk_relation_set_add.03
Initial set contained the following relations:
0x806d220,
0x806d208.
And the function was called with relation = 0x806d220,
which was in the set
After call of the function the set is expected to contain the following:
0x806d220,
0x806d208.
And it contains the following:
0x806d220,
0x806d220,
0x806d208.
Function should not add a relation to the set if the relation is already
present in it.

Requirement failed:
{atk_relation_set_add.01}
Add a new relation to the current relation set if it is not already present.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
atk_relation_set_add always adds relation to the set.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0573>.

/atk-t2c/tests/AtkUtils/AtkUtils 5 	Failed (quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
atk_add_global_event_listener
--------
Function returns 4294967295 (-1)
Function should return 0 on failure.

Requirement failed:
{atk_add_global_event_listener.02.02}
Returns 0 on failure.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
atk_add_global_event_listener, atk_add_key_event_listener return
incorrect value in case of error.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0579>.

/atk-t2c/tests/AtkUtils/AtkUtils 8 	Failed (quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
atk_add_key_event_listener
--------
Function returns 4294967295 (-1)
The function should return 0 on failure.

Requirement failed:
{atk_add_key_event_listener.03.02}
Returns 0 on failure.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
atk_add_global_event_listener, atk_add_key_event_listener return
incorrect value in case of error.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0579>.
/atk-t2c/tests/AtkHyperlink/AtkHyperlink 19 	Failed (quelled) 	Known
problem (waived)
Messages from the test

Target interface(s):
start_index
--------
Property "start-index" has value 20,
but function atk_hyperlink_get_start_index returned 10.
Value of property should coincide with value returned by
atk_hyperlink_get_start_index.

Requirement failed:
{start_index.05}
Property means the start index of the AtkHyperlink object.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Incorrect registration of the "start-index" property for AtkHyperlink.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0572>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 36 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_has_key
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 5038
comment: [g_key_file_has_key: assertion `group_name != NULL' failed]
Checked requirements: g_key_file_has_key.03
Returned value should be TRUE.

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_has_key.02}
If group_name is NULL, the start group is used.

{g_key_file_has_key.01.01}
Returns TRUE if key is a part of group_name.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation "g_key_file_has_key".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0036>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 60 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_get_boolean
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 9100
comment: [g_key_file_get_boolean: assertion `group_name != NULL' failed]
returned value is FALSE, should be TRUE

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_get_boolean.04}
If group_name is NULL, the start group is used.

{g_key_file_get_boolean.01}
Returns the value associated with key under group_name as a boolean.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation of the interface
"g_key_file_get_boolean".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0032>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 64 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_get_integer
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 9608
comment: [g_key_file_get_integer: assertion `group_name != NULL' failed]
Returned incorrect value.

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_get_integer.04}
If group_name is NULL, the start_group is used.

{g_key_file_get_integer.01}
Returns the value associated with key under group_name as an integer.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation of the interface
"g_key_file_get_integer".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0056>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 76 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_get_locale_string_list
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 12403
comment: [g_key_file_get_locale_string_list: assertion `group_name !=
NULL' failed]
Returned NULL.

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_get_locale_string_list.07}
The default list separator is ';'.

{g_key_file_get_locale_string_list.01}
Returns the values associated with key under group_name translated in
the given locale if available.

{g_key_file_get_locale_string_list.08}
If group_name is NULL, then the start group is used.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation of the interface
"g_key_file_get_locale_string_list".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0033>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 83 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_get_boolean_list
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 14163
comment: [g_key_file_get_boolean_list: assertion `group_name != NULL'
failed]
Returned value is NULL.

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_get_boolean_list.06}
If group_name is NULL, the start_group is used.

{g_key_file_get_boolean_list.05}
The default list separator is ';'.

{g_key_file_get_boolean_list.01}
Returns the values associated with key under group_name as booleans.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation of the interface
"g_key_file_get_boolean_list".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0055>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 87 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_get_integer_list
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 14934
comment: [g_key_file_get_integer_list: assertion `group_name != NULL'
failed]
Returned value is NULL.

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_get_integer_list.05}
The default list separator is ';'.

{g_key_file_get_integer_list.04}
the number of integers returned

{g_key_file_get_integer_list.06}
If group_name is NULL, the start group is used.

{g_key_file_get_integer_list.01}
Returns the values associated with key under group_name as integers.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation of the interface
"g_key_file_get_integer_list".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0034>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 88 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_get_comment
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Checked requirements: g_key_file_get_comment.04
get comment failed: expected value = "Fourth Comment", returned value =
"Fourth Comment
"

Requirement failed:
{g_key_file_get_comment.01}
Retrieves a comment above key from group_name.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
The "g_key_file_get_comment" interface returns comment with unexpected
new line symbol at the end.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0025>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 89 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_get_comment
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Checked requirements: g_key_file_get_comment.04
get comment from above group failed: expected value = "Third Comment",
returned value = "Third Comment
"

Requirement failed:
{g_key_file_get_comment.02}
If key is NULL then comment will be read from above group_name.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
The "g_key_file_get_comment" interface returns comment with unexpected
new line symbol at the end.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0025>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 90 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_get_comment
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Checked requirements: g_key_file_get_comment.04
get comment from above first group failed: expected value = "First
Comment", returned value = "First Comment
"

Requirement failed:
{g_key_file_get_comment.03}
If both key and group_name are NULL, then comment will be read from
above the first group in the file.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
The "g_key_file_get_comment" interface returns comment with unexpected
new line symbol at the end.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0025>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 101 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_set_boolean
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 16864
comment: [g_key_file_get_boolean: assertion `group_name != NULL' failed]
Set boolean value = TRUE, while Get FALSE.

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_set_boolean.03}
If group_name is NULL, the start group is used.

{g_key_file_get_boolean.04}
If group_name is NULL, the start group is used.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation of the interface
"g_key_file_set_boolean".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0035>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 104 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_set_integer
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 17195
comment: [g_key_file_set_value: assertion `g_key_file_is_group_name
(group_name)' failed]
Set integer value = "15", while Get integer = "-1".

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_set_integer.03}
If group_name is NULL, the start group is used.

{g_key_file_get_integer.04}
If group_name is NULL, the start_group is used.

{g_key_file_set_integer.01}
Associates a new integer value with key under group_name.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation "g_key_file_set_integer".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0037>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 110 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_set_locale_string_list
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 18247
comment: [g_key_file_set_value: assertion `g_key_file_is_group_name
(group_name)' failed]
Get returns NULL for Key = "Welcome" and Locale = "en" of the Group =
"(null)", while Set filled the list.

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_set_locale_string_list.03}
If group_name is NULL, the start group is used.

{g_key_file_get_locale_string_list.07}
The default list separator is ';'.

{g_key_file_get_locale_string_list.08}
If group_name is NULL, then the start group is used.

{g_key_file_set_locale_string_list.01}
Associates a list of string values for key and locale under group_name.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation
"g_key_file_set_locale_string_list".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0038>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 113 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_set_boolean_list
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 18764
comment: [g_key_file_set_value: assertion `g_key_file_is_group_name
(group_name)' failed]
Get returns NULL for Key = "BooleanList" of the Group = "(null)", while
Set filled the list.

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_set_boolean_list.03}
If group_name is NULL, the start_group is used.

{g_key_file_get_boolean_list.06}
If group_name is NULL, the start_group is used.

{g_key_file_set_boolean_list.01}
Associates a list of boolean values with key under group_name.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation of the interface
"g_key_file_set_boolean_list".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0057>.
/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 116 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_set_integer_list
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Error reported in glib_key_parser.c, line 19338
comment: [g_key_file_set_value: assertion `g_key_file_is_group_name
(group_name)' failed]
Get returns NULL for Key = "Numbers" of the Group = "First Group", while
Set filled the list.

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_set_integer_list.03}
If group_name is NULL the start group is used.

{g_key_file_get_integer_list.06}
If group_name is NULL, the start group is used.

{g_key_file_set_integer_list.01}
Associates a list of integer values with key under group_name.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Inconsistency between standard and implementation
"g_key_file_set_integer_list".
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0039>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 117 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_set_comment
g_key_file_get_comment
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Checked requirements: g_key_file_set_comment.04
Trying to set comment: set comment = "comment 1" get comment = "comment 1
"

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_set_comment.01}
Places a comment above key from group_name.

{g_key_file_get_comment.01}
Retrieves a comment above key from group_name.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
The "g_key_file_get_comment" interface returns comment with unexpected
new line symbol at the end.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0025>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 118 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_set_comment
g_key_file_get_comment
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Checked requirements: g_key_file_set_comment.04
Trying to set comment above the group: set comment = "comment 2" get
comment = "#comment 2"

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_set_comment.02}
If key is NULL then comment will be written above group_name.

{g_key_file_get_comment.02}
If key is NULL then comment will be read from above group_name.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
The "g_key_file_set_comment" interface prepends '#' character to the
comment.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0026>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 119 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_set_comment
g_key_file_get_comment
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Checked requirements: g_key_file_set_comment.04
Trying to set comment above the first group: set comment = "comment 3"
get comment = "comment 3
"

At least one of the following requirements failed:

{g_key_file_set_comment.03}
If both key and group_name are NULL, then comment will be written above
the first group in the file.

{g_key_file_get_comment.03}
If both key and group_name are NULL, then comment will be read from
above the first group in the file.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
The "g_key_file_get_comment" interface returns comment with unexpected
new line symbol at the end.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0025>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_key_parser/glib_key_parser 125 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_key_file_remove_comment
--------
Checked requirements: g_key_file_new.01
Checked requirements: g_key_file_remove_comment.04
Comment above the Group = "Second Group" not removed , Get comment
should be NULL, now is "Third Comment
".

Requirement failed:
{g_key_file_remove_comment.02}
If key is NULL then comment will be removed above group_name.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Invocation of the interface "g_key_file_remove_comment" does not remove
comment in specific case.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0027>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_memchunks/glib_memchunks 9 	Failed (quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_mem_chunk_print
g_mem_chunk_info
--------
No print in log or GMemChunk name not found in message

Requirement failed:
{g_mem_chunk_info.01}
Outputs debugging information for all GMemChunk objects currently in
use. It outputs the number of GMemChunk objects currently allocated, and
calls g_mem_chunk_print() to output information on each one.

Comment:
Memory chunks are deprecated since glib version 2.10.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_memchunks/glib_memchunks 10 	Failed (quelled) Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_mem_chunk_print
g_mem_chunk_info
--------
No print in log or GMemChunk name not found in message

Requirement failed:
{g_mem_chunk_print.01}
Outputs debugging information for a GMemChunk. It outputs the name of
the GMemChunk (set with g_mem_chunk_new()), the number of bytes used,
and the number of blocks of memory allocated.

Comment:
Memory chunks are deprecated since glib version 2.10.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_main_event_loop/glib_main_event_loop 46 	Failed (quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_main_context_check
--------
g_main_context_check: sources with higher numerical priority than
specified are being checked.

Requirement failed:
{g_main_context_check.01}
max_priority : the maximum numerical priority of sources to check

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
The "g_main_context_check" interface ignores it's "max_priority" parameter.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0004>.

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_main_event_loop/glib_main_event_loop 57 	Failed 	
Target interface(s):
g_timeout_add
--------
callback function was not invoked after the specified interval

Requirement failed:
{g_timeout_add.01}
Sets a function to be called at regular intervals,

/glib-t2c/tests/glib_hooks/glib_hooks 3 	Unresolved 	Known problem
Target interface(s):
g_hook_free
--------
unexpected signal 11 (SIGSEGV) received

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
Invocation of the interface "g_hook_free" fails in certain conditions.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=D0002>.

/gmodule-t2c/tests/gmodule/gmodule 11 	Failed (quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_module_open
--------
g_module_open cannot open module
'/opt/lsb/test/desktop-t2c/gmodule-t2c/testdata/gmodule/open/la1/test.la'.

Requirement failed:
{g_module_open.01.01}
First of all g_module_open() tries to open file_name as a module.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
g_module_open fails to open modules with ".la" extension.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0575>.

/gmodule-t2c/tests/gmodule/gmodule 23 	Failed (quelled) 	Known problem (waived)
Target interface(s):
g_module_error
--------
A string meaning that no error occured is '(null)', current error string
is '(null)'.
Error occurs in g_module_open, but g_module_error doesn't reveal it.

Requirement failed:
{g_module_error.01}
Returns :a string describing the last module error.

Comment:
This failure occurs due to the following problem:
g_module_error returns NULL after g_module_open has failed to open a
module with ".la" extension.
Detailed description of this problem is available here
<http://linuxtesting.org/results/report?num=S0576>.

Desktop Tests

Desktop::GTK Tests v 3.1.95-5

TestPilot32/Unresolved

/tests/functions/GdkImages/GdkImages 2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

test case:
/opt/lsb/test/desktop/gtkvts/tet_tmp_dir/25002aa/tests/functions/GdkImages/GdkImages,
TP number: 2
GdkImages.c, line 127:
gdk_image_new: it's not a GDK_TYPE_IMAGE

/tests/functions/GtkWindow/GtkWindow 127 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

test case:
/opt/lsb/test/desktop/gtkvts/tet_tmp_dir/25002aa/tests/functions/GtkWindow/GtkWindow,
TP number: 127
GtkWindow.c, line 9412:
toplevel_list_length = 19, toplevel_count = 18

/tests/functions/GtkWindow/GtkWindow 128 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

test case:
/opt/lsb/test/desktop/gtkvts/tet_tmp_dir/25002aa/tests/functions/GtkWindow/GtkWindow,
TP number: 128
GtkWindow.c, line 9517:
toplevel_list_length = 16, toplevel_count = 15

/tests/functions/GtkWindow/GtkWindow 129 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

test case:
/opt/lsb/test/desktop/gtkvts/tet_tmp_dir/25002aa/tests/functions/GtkWindow/GtkWindow,
TP number: 129
GtkWindow.c, line 9622:
toplevel_list_length = 31, toplevel_count = 30

/tests/functions/GtkToolbar/GtkToolbar 15 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

test case:
/opt/lsb/test/desktop/gtkvts/tet_tmp_dir/25002aa/tests/functions/GtkToolbar/GtkToolbar,
TP number: 15
GtkToolbar.c, line 934:
tooltips is 1, should be 0

Desktop::Qt4 Tests v 3.1.95-5

tst_QIcon_actualSize 1 	Failed 	
Compared values are not the same

tst_QIcon_actualSize2 2 	Failed 	
Compared values are not the same

tst_QIcon_isNull 3 	Failed 	
(none)
tst_QPushButton_setAutoRepeat 2 	Failed 	
(none)

Perl Tests v 3.1.95-3

comp/opsubs.t 15 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED test 22 Failed 1/36 tests, 97.22% okay

op/groups.t 113 	Failed 	
Messages from the test
(none)
op/magic.t 132 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED tests 33-58 Failed 26/58 tests, 55.17% okay

../lib/ExtUtils/t/Constant.t 294 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED tests 3-272 Failed 270/272 tests, 0.74% okay

../lib/ExtUtils/t/Embed.t 295 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED tests 1-9 Failed 9/9 tests, 0.00% okay

../lib/ExtUtils/t/INST.t 297 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED test 7 Failed 1/26 tests, 96.15% okay

../lib/ExtUtils/t/INST_PREFIX.t 298 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED tests 4, 9-11 Failed 4/52 tests, 92.31% okay

../lib/Net/Ping/t/200_ping_tcp.t 473 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED test 6 Failed 1/13 tests, 92.31% okay

../lib/Net/Ping/t/400_ping_syn.t 475 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED test 19 Failed 1/19 tests, 94.74% okay

../lib/Net/Ping/t/410_syn_host.t 476 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED test 13 Failed 1/19 tests, 94.74% okay

../lib/Net/t/hostname.t 479 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED test 1 Failed 1/2 tests, 50.00% okay

../lib/Pod/t/basic.t 504 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED test 3 Failed 1/11 tests, 90.91% okay

../lib/Term/Cap.t 527 	Failed 	
Messages from the test
(none)
../ext/Devel/Peek/t/Peek.t 728 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

FAILED test 21 Failed 1/22 tests, 95.45% okay

Printing Tests v 3.1.95-4

/testfoomaticrip/testfoomaticrip 13 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

Reference III.8.2
foomatic-rip acts as a CUPS filter and recognizes if it is
called as such. Also a test for the full printing workflow.
Creating test print queue "testprinter"
Default option settings
Sending print job with option settings ""
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
Option setting Option1=Choice1
Sending print job with option settings "-o Option1=Choice1"
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
Changing FoomaticOption8
Sending print job with option settings "-o FoomaticOption8=Choice1"
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
FoomaticOption4: Valid string (DFhj3545)
Sending print job with option settings "-o FoomaticOption4=DFhj3545"
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
FoomaticOption5 set to -7
Sending print job with option settings "-o FoomaticOption5=-7"
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
Skipping job with --user option per bug 1841
(http://bugs.linuxbase.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1841)
FoomaticOption2 (PJL) inserted
Sending print job with option settings ""
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
Option6 and FoomaticOption2 (both PJL) merged into driver-generated PJL
header
Sending print job with option settings "-o FoomaticPJLMergeTest=DriverPJL"
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
FoomaticOption1=Choice3 for pages 1-2 and 4
Sending print job with option settings "-o 1-2,4:FoomaticOption1=Choice3"
exit code 1 returned, expected 0
Removing test print queue "testprinter"

Python Runtime Tests v 3.1.95-3

/usr/bin/python 79 	Failed 	
(none)

/usr/bin/python 87 	Failed 	
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/opt/lsb/test/python/Lib25/test/test_socket.py", line 456, in
testSockName
my_ip_addr = socket.gethostbyname(socket.gethostname())
gaierror: (-5, 'No address associated with hostname')

X11 Tests (XTS5) v 5.1.5-4

/tset/Xproto/allwevnts/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion AllowEvents-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid AllowEvents protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid AllowEvents protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid AllowEvents protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent (pointerMode = GrabModeSync) GrabPointer request
TRACE: client 0 received GrabPointer reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: AllowEvents-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/bll/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion Bell-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid Bell protocol request to the
X server, in which the length field of the request exceeds
the maximum length accepted by the X server, then the X
server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid Bell protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid Bell protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: Bell-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/chngactvpn/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion ChangeActivePointerGrab-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid ChangeActivePointerGrab
protocol request to the X server, in which the length field
of the request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X
server, then the X server sends back a BadLength error to
the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ChangeActivePointerGrab protocol request to the X
server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ChangeActivePointerGrab protocol request to the X
server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default GrabPointer request
TRACE: client 0 received GrabPointer reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: ChangeActivePointerGrab-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/chnggc/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion ChangeGC-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid ChangeGC protocol request to
the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ChangeGC protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ChangeGC protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: ChangeGC-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/chnghsts/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion ChangeHosts-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid ChangeHosts protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ChangeHosts protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ChangeHosts protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default ListHosts request
TRACE: client 0 received ListHosts reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: ChangeHosts-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/chngsvst/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion ChangeSaveSet-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid ChangeSaveSet protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ChangeSaveSet protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ChangeSaveSet protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 1 sent default CreateWindow for window 6291456
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: ChangeSaveSet-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/chngwdwatt/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion ChangeWindowAttributes-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid ChangeWindowAttributes
protocol request to the X server, in which the length field
of the request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X
server, then the X server sends back a BadLength error to
the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ChangeWindowAttributes protocol request to the X
server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ChangeWindowAttributes protocol request to the X
server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: ChangeWindowAttributes-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/cpyclrmpan/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion CopyColormapAndFree-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid CopyColormapAndFree protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CopyColormapAndFree protocol request to the X
server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CopyColormapAndFree protocol request to the X
server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent CreateColormap for colormap 4194305
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: CopyColormapAndFree-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/cpygc/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion CopyGC-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid CopyGC protocol request to
the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CopyGC protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CopyGC protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
TRACE: client 0 sent default ChangeGC request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: CopyGC-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/crcltwdw/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion CirculateWindow-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid CirculateWindow protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CirculateWindow protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CirculateWindow protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent additional CreateWindow request
TRACE: client 0 sent additional CreateWindow request
TRACE: client 0 sent default MapWindow
TRACE: client 0 received Expose
TRACE: client 0 sent default MapSubwindows
TRACE: client 0 received Expose
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: CirculateWindow-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/crtclrmp/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion CreateColormap-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid CreateColormap protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CreateColormap protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CreateColormap protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: CreateColormap-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/crtgc/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion CreateGC-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid CreateGC protocol request to
the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CreateGC protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CreateGC protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: CreateGC-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/crtwdw/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion CreateWindow-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid CreateWindow protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CreateWindow protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid CreateWindow protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: CreateWindow-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/dltprprty/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion DeleteProperty-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid DeleteProperty protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid DeleteProperty protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid DeleteProperty protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default InternAtom request
TRACE: client 0 received InternAtom reply
TRACE: client 0 sent default ChangeProperty request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: DeleteProperty-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/frclrmp/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion FreeColormap-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid FreeColormap protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid FreeColormap protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid FreeColormap protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent CreateColormap for colormap 4194305
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: FreeColormap-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/frclrs/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion FreeColors-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid FreeColors protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid FreeColors protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid FreeColors protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent CreateColormap for colormap 4194305
TRACE: client 0 sent default AllocNamedColor request
TRACE: client 0 received AllocNamedColor reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: FreeColors-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/frpxmp/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion FreePixmap-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid FreePixmap protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid FreePixmap protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid FreePixmap protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreatePixmap request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: FreePixmap-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/grbbttn/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion GrabButton-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid GrabButton protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GrabButton protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GrabButton protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: GrabButton-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/gtatmnm/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion GetAtomName-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid GetAtomName protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetAtomName protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetAtomName protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: GetAtomName-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/gtimg/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion GetImage-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid GetImage protocol request to
the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetImage protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetImage protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
TRACE: sent default MapWindow
TRACE: received an Expose event
TRACE: client 0 sent pixmap PolyRectangle request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: GetImage-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/gtinptfcs/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion GetInputFocus-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid GetInputFocus protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetInputFocus protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetInputFocus protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: GetInputFocus-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/gtkybrdcnt/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion GetKeyboardControl-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid GetKeyboardControl protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetKeyboardControl protocol request to the X
server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetKeyboardControl protocol request to the X
server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: GetKeyboardControl-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/gtprprty/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion GetProperty-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid GetProperty protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetProperty protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetProperty protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default InternAtom request
TRACE: client 0 received InternAtom reply
TRACE: client 0 sent default ChangeProperty request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: GetProperty-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/gtscrnsvr/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion GetScreenSaver-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid GetScreenSaver protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetScreenSaver protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetScreenSaver protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: GetScreenSaver-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/gtslctnown/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion GetSelectionOwner-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid GetSelectionOwner protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetSelectionOwner protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid GetSelectionOwner protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default InternAtom request
TRACE: client 0 received InternAtom reply
TRACE: client 0 sent default SetSelectionOwner request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: GetSelectionOwner-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/instllclrm/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion InstallColormap-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid InstallColormap protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid InstallColormap protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid InstallColormap protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent CreateColormap for colormap 4194305
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: InstallColormap-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/lkpclr/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion LookupColor-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid LookupColor protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid LookupColor protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid LookupColor protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent CreateColormap for colormap 4194305
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: LookupColor-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/lstextnsns/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion ListExtensions-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid ListExtensions protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ListExtensions protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ListExtensions protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: ListExtensions-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/lstfnts/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion ListFonts-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid ListFonts protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ListFonts protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ListFonts protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: ListFonts-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/lstprprts/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion ListProperties-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid ListProperties protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ListProperties protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid ListProperties protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: ListProperties-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/mpsbws/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion MapSubwindows-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid MapSubwindows protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid MapSubwindows protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid MapSubwindows protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent additional CreateWindow request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: MapSubwindows-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/mpwdw/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion MapWindow-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid MapWindow protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid MapWindow protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid MapWindow protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: MapWindow-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/noprtn/Test 4 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 4
Assertion NoOperation-4.(B)
When a client sends an invalid NoOperation protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid NoOperation protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid NoOperation protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: NoOperation-4 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/plyfllrctn/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion PolyFillRectangle-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid PolyFillRectangle protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PolyFillRectangle protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PolyFillRectangle protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
TRACE: sent default MapWindow
TRACE: received an Expose event
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: PolyFillRectangle-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/plyln/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion PolyLine-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid PolyLine protocol request to
the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PolyLine protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PolyLine protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
TRACE: sent default MapWindow
TRACE: received an Expose event
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: PolyLine-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/plypnt/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion PolyPoint-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid PolyPoint protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PolyPoint protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PolyPoint protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
TRACE: sent default MapWindow
TRACE: received an Expose event
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: PolyPoint-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/plyrctngl/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion PolyRectangle-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid PolyRectangle protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PolyRectangle protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PolyRectangle protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
TRACE: sent default MapWindow
TRACE: received an Expose event
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: PolyRectangle-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/plytxt8/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion PolyText8-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid PolyText8 protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PolyText8 protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PolyText8 protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
TRACE: sent default MapWindow
TRACE: received an Expose event
TRACE: Request was:
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: PolyText8-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/ptimg/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion PutImage-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid PutImage protocol request to
the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PutImage protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid PutImage protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
TRACE: sent default MapWindow
TRACE: received an Expose event
TRACE: client 0 sent pixmap PolyRectangle request
TRACE: client 0 sent default GetImage request
TRACE: client 0 received GetImage reply
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194306
TRACE: sent default MapWindow
TRACE: received an Expose event
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: PutImage-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/qrybstsz/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion QueryBestSize-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid QueryBestSize protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryBestSize protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryBestSize protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateGC request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: QueryBestSize-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/qryclrs/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion QueryColors-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid QueryColors protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryColors protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryColors protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent CreateColormap for colormap 4194305
TRACE: client 0 sent default AllocNamedColor request
TRACE: client 0 received AllocNamedColor reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: QueryColors-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/qryextnsn/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion QueryExtension-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid QueryExtension protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryExtension protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryExtension protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: QueryExtension-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/qryfnt/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion QueryFont-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid QueryFont protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryFont protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryFont protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: client 7 sent startup GetFontPath request
TRACE: client 7 received startup GetFontPath reply
TRACE: Server's initial fontpath was
'/opt/lsb/test/lsb-xts5/xts5/fonts,/opt/lsb/share/fonts/misc'
TRACE: client 7 sent startup SetFontPath request
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default OpenFont request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: QueryFont-3 1, line 327
TRACE: client 7 sent startup SetFontPath request

/tset/Xproto/qrykymp/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion QueryKeymap-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid QueryKeymap protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryKeymap protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryKeymap protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: QueryKeymap-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/qrypntr/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion QueryPointer-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid QueryPointer protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryPointer protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryPointer protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: QueryPointer-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/qrytr/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion QueryTree-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid QueryTree protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryTree protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryTree protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: QueryTree-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/qrytxtextn/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion QueryTextExtents-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid QueryTextExtents protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryTextExtents protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid QueryTextExtents protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: client 7 sent startup GetFontPath request
TRACE: client 7 received startup GetFontPath reply
TRACE: Server's initial fontpath was
'/opt/lsb/test/lsb-xts5/xts5/fonts,/opt/lsb/share/fonts/misc'
TRACE: client 7 sent startup SetFontPath request
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default OpenFont request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: QueryTextExtents-3 1, line 327
TRACE: client 7 sent startup SetFontPath request

/tset/Xproto/rclrcrsr/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion RecolorCursor-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid RecolorCursor protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid RecolorCursor protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid RecolorCursor protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreatePixmap request
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateCursor request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: RecolorCursor-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/stclsdwnmd/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion SetCloseDownMode-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid SetCloseDownMode protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid SetCloseDownMode protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid SetCloseDownMode protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: SetCloseDownMode-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/stpntrmppn/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion SetPointerMapping-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid SetPointerMapping protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid SetPointerMapping protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid SetPointerMapping protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default GetPointerMapping request
TRACE: client 0 received GetPointerMapping reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: SetPointerMapping-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/strclrs/Test 4 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 4
Assertion StoreColors-4.(B)
When a client sends an invalid StoreColors protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid StoreColors protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid StoreColors protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent CreateColormap for colormap 4194305
TRACE: client 0 sent default AllocNamedColor request
TRACE: client 0 received AllocNamedColor reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: StoreColors-4 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/strnmdclr/Test 4 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 4
Assertion StoreNamedColor-4.(B)
When a client sends an invalid StoreNamedColor protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid StoreNamedColor protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid StoreNamedColor protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent CreateColormap for colormap 4194305
TRACE: client 0 sent default AllocNamedColor request
TRACE: client 0 received AllocNamedColor reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: StoreNamedColor-4 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/stslctnown/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion SetSelectionOwner-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid SetSelectionOwner protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid SetSelectionOwner protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid SetSelectionOwner protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default InternAtom request
TRACE: client 0 received InternAtom reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: SetSelectionOwner-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/trnsltcrds/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion TranslateCoords-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid TranslateCoords protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid TranslateCoords protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid TranslateCoords protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: TranslateCoords-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/ungrbbttn/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion UngrabButton-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid UngrabButton protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid UngrabButton protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid UngrabButton protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default GrabButton request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: UngrabButton-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/ungrbky/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion UngrabKey-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid UngrabKey protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid UngrabKey protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid UngrabKey protocol request to the X server with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default GrabKey request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: UngrabKey-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/ungrbkybrd/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion UngrabKeyboard-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid UngrabKeyboard protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid UngrabKeyboard protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid UngrabKeyboard protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default GrabKeyboard request
TRACE: client 0 received GrabKeyboard reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: UngrabKeyboard-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/ungrbpntr/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion UngrabPointer-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid UngrabPointer protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid UngrabPointer protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid UngrabPointer protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent default GrabPointer request
TRACE: client 0 received GrabPointer reply
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: UngrabPointer-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/unnstllclr/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion UninstallColormap-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid UninstallColormap protocol
request to the X server, in which the length field of the
request exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server,
then the X server sends back a BadLength error to the
client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid UninstallColormap protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid UninstallColormap protocol request to the X server
with length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
TRACE: client 0 sent default CreateWindow for window 4194304
TRACE: client 0 sent CreateColormap for colormap 4194305
TRACE: client 0 sent default InstallColormap request
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: UninstallColormap-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xproto/wrppntr/Test 3 	Unresolved 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 3
Assertion WarpPointer-3.(B)
When a client sends an invalid WarpPointer protocol request
to the X server, in which the length field of the request
exceeds the maximum length accepted by the X server, then
the X server sends back a BadLength error to the client.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Call library function testfunc() to do the following:
METH: Open a connection to the X server using native byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid WarpPointer protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
METH: Open a connection to the X server using reversed byte sex.
METH: Send an invalid WarpPointer protocol request to the X server with
length
METH: one greater than the maximum length accepted by the server.
METH: Verify that the X server sends back a BadLength error.
TRACE: About to test with Native byte-sex (MSB)
INFO: Processing a big request
child process was terminated by signal 13 (SIGPIPE)
CHECK: WarpPointer-3 1, line 327

/tset/Xlib3/vndrrls/Test 1 	FIP  [?] <tests_help.pl#FIP> 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 1
Assertion XVendorRelease-1.(B)
A call to XVendorRelease returns a number related to a
vendor's release of the X server.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Obtain the value of the vendor's X server release using
XVendorRelease.
REPORT: XVendorRelease() returned 70200000 instead of 40201001.

/tset/Xlib3/srvrvndr/Test 1 	FIP (quelled) 	Correct answer for
X.Org-based X server
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 1
Assertion XServerVendor-1.(A)
A call to XServerVendor returns a pointer to a
null-terminated string that identifies the owner of the X
server implementation.
METH: Obtain the server vendor string using XServerVendor.
METH: Verify that the value is that given in parameter XT_SERVER_VENDOR.
REPORT: XServerVendor() returns incorrect value for server vendor string
REPORT: Expected value "The XFree86 Project, Inc:The X.Org Foundation"
REPORT: Observed value "The X.Org Foundation"

Comment:
This answer is correct provided that the X server is X.Org-based.
/tset/Xlib3/vndrrls/MTest 1 	FIP  [?] <tests_help.pl#FIP> 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 1
Assertion VendorRelease-1.(B)
A call to VendorRelease returns a number related to a
vendor's release of the X server.
Reason for omission: There is no known portable test method for this
assertion
METH: Obtain the value of the vendor's X server release using VendorRelease.
REPORT: VendorRelease() returned 70200000 instead of 40201001.

/tset/Xlib3/srvrvndr/MTest 1 	FIP (quelled) 	Correct answer for
X.Org-based X server
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 1
Assertion ServerVendor-1.(A)
A call to ServerVendor returns a pointer to a
null-terminated string that identifies the owner of the X
server implementation.
METH: Obtain the server vendor string using ServerVendor.
METH: Verify that the value is that given in parameter XT_SERVER_VENDOR.
REPORT: ServerVendor() returns incorrect value for server vendor string
REPORT: Expected value "The XFree86 Project, Inc:The X.Org Foundation"
REPORT: Observed value "The X.Org Foundation"

Comment:
This answer is correct provided that the X server is X.Org-based.
/tset/Xlib9/drwarc/Test 42 	Warning 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 42
Assertion XDrawArc-42.(A)
When the line_style is LineOnOffDash, then cap_style
applies to all internal ends of the individual dashes,
except CapNotLast is treated as CapButt.
METH: Set graphics coordinates for dashed lines
METH: (includes horizontal and vertical cases,
METH: and includes joins and caps where relevant).
METH: Set the line_style of the GC to LineOnOffDash using XChangeGC.
METH: Set the dash_list of the GC to using XSetDashes.
METH: For cap_style CapNotLast, CapButt, CapProjecting, CapRound:
METH: Set the cap_style of the GC using XChangeGC.
METH: Draw paths.
METH: Pixmap verify.
METH: Clear drawable.
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class TrueColor, depth 16
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 1, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 2, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 3, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 4
REPORT: A total of 4 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0000.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 4, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 5, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 6, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 7, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 8, line 3626
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class DirectColor, depth 16
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 9, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 10, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 11, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 4
REPORT: A total of 4 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0001.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 12, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 13, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 14, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 15, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 16, line 3626
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 1
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 17, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 18, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 19, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 4
REPORT: A total of 4 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0002.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 20, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 21, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 22, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 23, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 24, line 3626
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 25, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 26, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 27, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 4
REPORT: A total of 4 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0003.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 28, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 29, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 30, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 31, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 32, line 3626
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 33, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 34, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 4
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 35, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 4
REPORT: A total of 4 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0004.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 36, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 37, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 38, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 39, line 3626
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-42 40, line 3626

/tset/Xlib9/drwarc/Test 63 	Warning 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 63
Assertion XDrawArc-63.(A)
When the cap_style is CapNotLast and the line_width is zero
(0), then this is equivalent to CapButt except that the
final endpoint is not drawn.
METH: Draw line with CapButt.
METH: Set GC component function to GXxor.
METH: Draw line with CapNotLast.
METH: Verify that only the final end point is set.
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class TrueColor, depth 16
REPORT: Pixel mismatch in image
REPORT: See file Err0005.err for details
REPORT: Cap style incorrect for thin line and CapNotLast
CHECK: XDrawArc-63 1, line 4622
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class DirectColor, depth 16
REPORT: Pixel mismatch in image
REPORT: See file Err0006.err for details
REPORT: Cap style incorrect for thin line and CapNotLast
CHECK: XDrawArc-63 2, line 4622
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 1
REPORT: Pixel mismatch in image
REPORT: See file Err0007.err for details
REPORT: Cap style incorrect for thin line and CapNotLast
CHECK: XDrawArc-63 3, line 4622
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
REPORT: Pixel mismatch in image
REPORT: See file Err0008.err for details
REPORT: Cap style incorrect for thin line and CapNotLast
CHECK: XDrawArc-63 4, line 4622
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
REPORT: Pixel mismatch in image
REPORT: See file Err0009.err for details
REPORT: Cap style incorrect for thin line and CapNotLast
CHECK: XDrawArc-63 5, line 4622

/tset/Xlib9/drwarc/Test 66 	Warning 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 66
Assertion XDrawArc-66.(A)
When the cap_style is CapRound and line-width is not zero,
then the line has a circular arc, with the diamater equal to
the line_width, centred on the endpoint.
METH: For a variety of line widths.
METH: Draw line with CapRound.
METH: Pixmap verify.
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class TrueColor, depth 16
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 1
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 1, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 2
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0010.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 2, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 4
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0011.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 3, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 4, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 10
REPORT: A total of 6 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0012.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 5, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 11
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 6, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 40
REPORT: A total of 1 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0013.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 7, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 41
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 8, line 4750
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class DirectColor, depth 16
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 1
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 9, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 2
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0014.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 10, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 4
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0015.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 11, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 12, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 10
REPORT: A total of 6 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0016.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 13, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 11
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 14, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 40
REPORT: A total of 1 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0017.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 15, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 41
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 16, line 4750
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 1
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 1
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 17, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 2
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0018.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 18, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 4
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0019.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 19, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 20, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 10
REPORT: A total of 6 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0020.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 21, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 11
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 22, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 40
REPORT: A total of 1 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0021.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 23, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 41
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 24, line 4750
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 1
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 25, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 2
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0022.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 26, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 4
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0023.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 27, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 28, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 10
REPORT: A total of 6 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0024.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 29, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 11
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 30, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 40
REPORT: A total of 1 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0025.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 31, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 41
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 32, line 4750
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 1
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 33, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 2
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0026.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 34, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 4
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0027.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 35, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 5
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 36, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 10
REPORT: A total of 6 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0028.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 37, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 11
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 38, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 40
REPORT: A total of 1 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0029.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 39, line 4750
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 41
CHECK: XDrawArc-66 40, line 4750

/tset/Xlib9/drwarc/Test 73 	Warning 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 73
Assertion XDrawArc-73.(A)
When a line has coincident endpoints (x1=x2, y1=y2), and
the cap_style is applied to both endpoints and the
line_width is not equal to zero and the cap_style is
CapRound, then the closed path is a circle, centered at the
endpoint, and with the diameter equal to the line-width.
METH: Draw zero length line with CapRound.
METH: Pixmap verify.
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class TrueColor, depth 16
REPORT: A total of 3 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0030.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-73 1, line 5081
CHECK: XDrawArc-73 2, line 5081
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class DirectColor, depth 16
REPORT: A total of 3 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0031.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-73 3, line 5081
CHECK: XDrawArc-73 4, line 5081
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 1
REPORT: A total of 3 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0032.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-73 5, line 5081
CHECK: XDrawArc-73 6, line 5081
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
REPORT: A total of 3 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0033.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-73 7, line 5081
CHECK: XDrawArc-73 8, line 5081
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
REPORT: A total of 3 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0034.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArc-73 9, line 5081
CHECK: XDrawArc-73 10, line 5081

/tset/Xlib9/drwarcs/Test 45 	Warning 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 45
Assertion XDrawArcs-45.(A)
When the line_style is LineOnOffDash, then cap_style
applies to all internal ends of the individual dashes,
except CapNotLast is treated as CapButt.
METH: Set graphics coordinates for dashed lines
METH: (includes horizontal and vertical cases,
METH: and includes joins and caps where relevant).
METH: Set the line_style of the GC to LineOnOffDash using XChangeGC.
METH: Set the dash_list of the GC to using XSetDashes.
METH: For cap_style CapNotLast, CapButt, CapProjecting, CapRound:
METH: Set the cap_style of the GC using XChangeGC.
METH: Draw paths.
METH: Pixmap verify.
METH: Clear drawable.
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class TrueColor, depth 16
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 1, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 2, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 3, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 4
REPORT: A total of 8 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0000.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 4, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 5, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 6, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 7, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 8, line 3912
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class DirectColor, depth 16
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 9, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 10, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 11, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 4
REPORT: A total of 8 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0001.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 12, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 13, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 14, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 15, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 16, line 3912
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 1
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 17, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 18, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 19, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 4
REPORT: A total of 8 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0002.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 20, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 21, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 22, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 23, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 24, line 3912
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 25, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 26, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 27, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 4
REPORT: A total of 8 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0003.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 28, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 29, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 30, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 31, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 32, line 3912
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 33, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 34, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 4
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 35, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 4
REPORT: A total of 8 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0004.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 36, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapNotLast width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 37, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapButt width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 38, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapProjecting width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 39, line 3912
TRACE: LineOnOffDash with CapRound width 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-45 40, line 3912

/tset/Xlib9/drwarcs/Test 66 	Warning 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 66
Assertion XDrawArcs-66.(A)
When the cap_style is CapNotLast and the line_width is zero
(0), then this is equivalent to CapButt except that the
final endpoint is not drawn.
METH: Draw line with CapButt.
METH: Set GC component function to GXxor.
METH: Draw line with CapNotLast.
METH: Verify that only the final end point is set.
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class TrueColor, depth 16
REPORT: Pixel mismatch in image
REPORT: See file Err0005.err for details
REPORT: Cap style incorrect for thin line and CapNotLast
CHECK: XDrawArcs-66 1, line 4908
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class DirectColor, depth 16
REPORT: Pixel mismatch in image
REPORT: See file Err0006.err for details
REPORT: Cap style incorrect for thin line and CapNotLast
CHECK: XDrawArcs-66 2, line 4908
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 1
REPORT: Pixel mismatch in image
REPORT: See file Err0007.err for details
REPORT: Cap style incorrect for thin line and CapNotLast
CHECK: XDrawArcs-66 3, line 4908
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
REPORT: Pixel mismatch in image
REPORT: See file Err0008.err for details
REPORT: Cap style incorrect for thin line and CapNotLast
CHECK: XDrawArcs-66 4, line 4908
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
REPORT: Pixel mismatch in image
REPORT: See file Err0009.err for details
REPORT: Cap style incorrect for thin line and CapNotLast
CHECK: XDrawArcs-66 5, line 4908

/tset/Xlib9/drwarcs/Test 69 	Warning 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 69
Assertion XDrawArcs-69.(A)
When the cap_style is CapRound and line-width is not zero,
then the line has a circular arc, with the diamater equal to
the line_width, centred on the endpoint.
METH: For a variety of line widths.
METH: Draw line with CapRound.
METH: Pixmap verify.
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class TrueColor, depth 16
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 1
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 1, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 2
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0010.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 2, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 4
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0011.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 3, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 4, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 10
REPORT: A total of 6 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0012.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 5, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 11
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 6, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 40
REPORT: A total of 1 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0013.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 7, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 41
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 8, line 5036
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class DirectColor, depth 16
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 1
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 9, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 2
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0014.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 10, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 4
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0015.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 11, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 12, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 10
REPORT: A total of 6 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0016.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 13, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 11
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 14, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 40
REPORT: A total of 1 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0017.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 15, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 41
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 16, line 5036
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 1
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 1
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 17, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 2
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0018.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 18, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 4
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0019.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 19, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 20, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 10
REPORT: A total of 6 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0020.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 21, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 11
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 22, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 40
REPORT: A total of 1 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0021.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 23, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 41
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 24, line 5036
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 1
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 25, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 2
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0022.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 26, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 4
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0023.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 27, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 28, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 10
REPORT: A total of 6 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0024.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 29, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 11
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 30, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 40
REPORT: A total of 1 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0025.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 31, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 41
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 32, line 5036
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 1
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 33, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 2
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0026.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 34, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 4
REPORT: A total of 2 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0027.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 35, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 5
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 36, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 10
REPORT: A total of 6 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0028.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 37, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 11
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 38, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 40
REPORT: A total of 1 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0029.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 39, line 5036
TRACE: Trying CapRound with width of 41
CHECK: XDrawArcs-69 40, line 5036

/tset/Xlib9/drwarcs/Test 76 	Warning 	
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 76
Assertion XDrawArcs-76.(A)
When a line has coincident endpoints (x1=x2, y1=y2), and
the cap_style is applied to both endpoints and the
line_width is not equal to zero and the cap_style is
CapRound, then the closed path is a circle, centered at the
endpoint, and with the diameter equal to the line-width.
METH: Draw zero length line with CapRound.
METH: Pixmap verify.
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class TrueColor, depth 16
REPORT: A total of 3 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0030.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-76 1, line 5367
CHECK: XDrawArcs-76 2, line 5367
TRACE: --- Running test with visual class DirectColor, depth 16
REPORT: A total of 3 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0031.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-76 3, line 5367
CHECK: XDrawArcs-76 4, line 5367
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 1
REPORT: A total of 3 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0032.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-76 5, line 5367
CHECK: XDrawArcs-76 6, line 5367
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
REPORT: A total of 3 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0033.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-76 7, line 5367
CHECK: XDrawArcs-76 8, line 5367
TRACE: --- Running test with pixmap depth 16
REPORT: A total of 3 out of 9000 pixels were bad
REPORT: Pixel check failed. See file Err0034.err for results
CHECK: XDrawArcs-76 9, line 5367
CHECK: XDrawArcs-76 10, line 5367

/tset/Xlib17/gtdflt/Test 5 	Failed 	Appears in multiple distros
Messages from the test

VSW5TESTSUITE PURPOSE 5
Assertion XGetDefault-5.(C)
If the system is POSIX compliant: When the XENVIRONMENT
environment variable is not defined, then the file
$HOME/.Xdefaults-<name> is merged to update the default
resource database, where <name> specifies the name of the
machine on which the application is running.
METH: Fork a new process using tet_fork.
METH: In the child process:
METH: Remove XENVIRONMENT from the environment
METH: Execute the file ./Test5 using tet_exec with the HOME variable set
to ".".
METH: In Test5:
METH: Set the RESOURCE_MANAGER property using XChangeProperty.
METH: Open a display using XOpenDisplay.
METH: Obtain the value of resources set by the ChangeProperty request
and by the file $HOME/.Xdefaults-<name> using XGetDefault.
METH: Verify that the resources are set from each source.
METH: Verify that the .Xdefaults-<name> resources updated those of the
ChangeProperty request.
TRACE: Exec'd file ./Test5 with HOME = ".".
CHECK: XGetDefault-5 1, line 158
CHECK: XGetDefault-5 2, line 164
CHECK: XGetDefault-5 3, line 184
CHECK: XGetDefault-5 4, line 189
CHECK: XGetDefault-5 5, line 184
REPORT: XGetDefault() with program = "XTest" and option = "testval52"
returned "pVAL_2" instead of "hVAL_5".
REPORT: XGetDefault() returned NULL with program = "XTest" and option =
"testval56".
REPORT: XGetDefault() returned NULL with program = "XTest" and option =
"testval57".

Comment:
Same failure was reported 2006-02-09 in Fedora Core 5 T2 under VMWare,
see
http://lists.freestandards.org/pipermail/lsb-desktop/2006-February/000345.html

/tset/Xlib17/kycdtkysym/Test 	Test Suite Error 	Test case controller
reports a problem
Messages from the test

(exec.c, 131): can't exec /root/tmp/xts5/tset/Xlib17/kycdtkysym/Test,
reply code = ER_NOENT

/tset/Xlib17/kycdtkysym/Test 	Warning 	Test case contains no test points
Messages from the test
(none)
/tset/Xlib17/lkpkysym/Test 	Test Suite Error 	Test case controller
reports a problem
Messages from the test

(exec.c, 131): can't exec /root/tmp/xts5/tset/Xlib17/lkpkysym/Test,
reply code = ER_NOENT

/tset/Xlib17/lkpkysym/Test 	Warning 	Test case contains no test points
Messages from the test
(none)

Application Battery

Expect Tests v 5.43.0-5

(none) 	Failure 	No tests found in the journal
Messages from the test
(none)

Python Tests v 2.4.4-1

test_mimetools 1 	Failure 	
Traceback (most recent call last): File
"/opt/lsb/appbat/lib/python2.4/test/test_mimetools.py", line 30, in
test_boundary
nb = mimetools.choose_boundary()
File "/opt/lsb/appbat/lib/python2.4/mimetools.py", line 130, in
choose_boundary
hostid = socket.gethostbyname(socket.gethostname())
gaierror: (-5, 'No address associated with hostname')

test_resource 1 	Failure 	
exceptions.IOError: [Errno 27] File too large

test_urllib2 1 	Failure 	
Traceback (most recent call last): File
"/opt/lsb/appbat/lib/python2.4/test/test_urllib2.py", line 352, in test_file
for url in [
gaierror: (-5, 'No address associated with hostname')

Tcl Tests v 8.5a4-1 =

event-7.5 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

correct behaviour when there is no bgerror [Bug 219142]
==== Contents of test case:
set script {
after 1000 error hello
after 2000 set a 0
vwait a
}
list [catch {exec [interpreter] << $script} errMsg] $errMsg
---- Result was:
0 {}
---- Result should have been (exact matching):
1 {hello
while executing
"error hello"
("after" script)}

http-3.3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::geturl
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url]
http::data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-3.4 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::geturl
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url]
http::data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-3.5 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::geturl
==== Contents of test case:
http::config -proxyfilter selfproxy
set token [http::geturl $url]
http::config -proxyfilter http::ProxyRequired
http::data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url]"
("uplevel" body line 3)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-3.6 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::geturl
==== Contents of test case:
http::config -proxyfilter bogus
set token [http::geturl $url]
http::config -proxyfilter http::ProxyRequired
http::data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url]"
("uplevel" body line 3)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-3.7 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::geturl
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url -headers {Pragma no-cache}]
http::data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url -headers {Pragma no-cache}"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url -headers {Pragma no-cache}]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-3.8 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::geturl
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url -query Name=Value&Foo=Bar -timeout 2000]
http::data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url -query Name=Value&Foo=Bar -timeout 2000"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url -query Name=Value&Foo=Bar -timeout 2000]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-3.9 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::geturl
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url -validate 1]
http::code $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url -validate 1"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url -validate 1]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-3.10 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::geturl queryprogress
==== Contents of test case:
set query foo=bar
set sep ""
set i 0
# Create about 120K of query data
while {$i < 14} {
incr i
append query $sep$query
set sep &
}
proc postProgress {token x y} {
global postProgress
lappend postProgress $y
}
set postProgress {}
set t [http::geturl $posturl -query $query -queryprogress postProgress
-queryblocksize 16384]
http::wait $t
list [http::status $t] [string length $query] $postProgress [http::data $t]
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $posturl -query $query -queryprogress postProgress
-queryblocksize 16384"
invoked from within
"set t [http::geturl $posturl -query $query -queryprogress postProgress
-queryblocksize 16384]"
("uplevel" body line 17)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-3.11 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::geturl querychannel with -command
==== Contents of test case:
set query foo=bar
set sep ""
set i 0
# Create about 120K of query data
while {$i < 14} {
incr i
append query $sep$query
set sep &
}
set file [makeFile $query outdata]
set fp [open $file]
proc asyncCB {token} {
global postResult
lappend postResult [http::data $token]
}
set postResult [list ]
set t [http::geturl $posturl -querychannel $fp]
http::wait $t
set testRes [list [http::status $t] [string length $query] [http::data $t]]
# Now do async
http::cleanup $t
close $fp
set fp [open $file]
set t [http::geturl $posturl -querychannel $fp -command asyncCB]
set postResult [list PostStart]
http::wait $t
close $fp
lappend testRes [http::status $t] $postResult
removeFile outdata
set testRes
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $posturl -querychannel $fp"
invoked from within
"set t [http::geturl $posturl -querychannel $fp]"
("uplevel" body line 19)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-3.14 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::geturl http://user:pass@u3mdw:49659/a/b/c
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $fullurl -validate 1]
http::code $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $fullurl -validate 1"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $fullurl -validate 1]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url]
upvar #0 $token data
array set meta $data(meta)
expr ($data(totalsize) == $meta(Content-Length))
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url]
upvar #0 $token data
array set meta $data(meta)
string compare $data(type) [string trim $meta(Content-Type)]
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url]
http::code $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.4 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set testfile [makeFile "" testfile]
set out [open $testfile w]
set token [http::geturl $url -channel $out]
close $out
set in [open $testfile]
set x [read $in]
close $in
removeFile $testfile
set x
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url -channel $out"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url -channel $out]"
("uplevel" body line 4)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.5 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set testfile [makeFile "" testfile]
set out [open $testfile w]
set token [http::geturl $url -channel $out]
close $out
upvar #0 $token data
removeFile $testfile
expr $data(currentsize) == $data(totalsize)
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url -channel $out"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url -channel $out]"
("uplevel" body line 4)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.6 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set testfile [makeFile "" testfile]
set out [open $testfile w]
set token [http::geturl $binurl -channel $out]
close $out
set in [open $testfile]
fconfigure $in -translation binary
set x [read $in]
close $in
removeFile $testfile
set x
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $binurl -channel $out"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $binurl -channel $out]"
("uplevel" body line 4)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.7 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url -progress myProgress]
set progress
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url -progress myProgress"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url -progress myProgress]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.8 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url]
http::status $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.9 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url -progress myProgress]
http::code $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url -progress myProgress"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url -progress myProgress]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.10 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url -progress myProgress]
http::size $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url -progress myProgress"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url -progress myProgress]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.11 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url -timeout 1 -command {#}]
http::reset $token
http::status $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url -timeout 1 -command {#}"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url -timeout 1 -command {#}]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.12 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url/?timeout=10 -command {#}]
http::reset $token
http::status $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url/?timeout=10 -command {#}"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url/?timeout=10 -command {#}]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-4.13 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::Event
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http::geturl $url?timeout=30 -timeout 10 -command {#}]
http::wait $token
http::status $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url?timeout=30 -timeout 10 -command {#}"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url?timeout=30 -timeout 10 -command {#}]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

http-6.1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http::ProxyRequired
==== Contents of test case:
http::config -proxyhost [info hostname] -proxyport $port
set token [http::geturl $url]
http::wait $token
http::config -proxyhost {} -proxyport {}
upvar #0 $token data
set data(body)
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"http::geturl $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http::geturl $url]"
("uplevel" body line 3)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

httpold-3.3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http_get
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url]
http_data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-3.4 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http_get
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url]
http_data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-3.5 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http_get
==== Contents of test case:
http_config -proxyfilter selfproxy
set token [http_get $url]
http_config -proxyfilter httpProxyRequired
http_data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $phost $pport"
(procedure "http_get" line 59)
invoked from within
"http_get $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url]"
("uplevel" body line 3)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-3.6 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http_get
==== Contents of test case:
http_config -proxyfilter bogus
set token [http_get $url]
http_config -proxyfilter httpProxyRequired
http_data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url]"
("uplevel" body line 3)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-3.7 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http_get
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url -headers {Pragma no-cache}]
http_data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url -headers {Pragma no-cache}"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url -headers {Pragma no-cache}]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-3.8 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http_get
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url -query Name=Value&Foo=Bar]
http_data $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url -query Name=Value&Foo=Bar"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url -query Name=Value&Foo=Bar]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-3.9 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

http_get
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url -validate 1]
http_code $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url -validate 1"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url -validate 1]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url]
upvar #0 $token data
array set meta $data(meta)
expr ($data(totalsize) == $meta(Content-Length))
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url]
upvar #0 $token data
array set meta $data(meta)
string compare $data(type) [string trim $meta(Content-Type)]
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url]
http_code $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.4 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set testfile [makeFile "" testfile]
set out [open $testfile w]
set token [http_get $url -channel $out]
close $out
set in [open $testfile]
set x [read $in]
close $in
removeFile $testfile
set x
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url -channel $out"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url -channel $out]"
("uplevel" body line 4)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.5 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set testfile [makeFile "" testfile]
set out [open $testfile w]
set token [http_get $url -channel $out]
close $out
upvar #0 $token data
removeFile $testfile
expr $data(currentsize) == $data(totalsize)
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url -channel $out"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url -channel $out]"
("uplevel" body line 4)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.6 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set testfile [makeFile "" testfile]
set out [open $testfile w]
set token [http_get $binurl -channel $out]
close $out
set in [open $testfile]
fconfigure $in -translation binary
set x [read $in]
close $in
removeFile $testfile
set x
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $binurl -channel $out"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $binurl -channel $out]"
("uplevel" body line 4)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.7 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url -progress myProgress]
set progress
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url -progress myProgress"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url -progress myProgress]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.8 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url]
http_status $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.9 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url -progress myProgress]
http_code $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url -progress myProgress"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url -progress myProgress]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.10 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url -progress myProgress]
http_size $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url -progress myProgress"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url -progress myProgress]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.11 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
set token [http_get $url -timeout 1 -command {#}]
http_reset $token
http_status $token
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url -timeout 1 -command {#}"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url -timeout 1 -command {#}]"
("uplevel" body line 2)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-4.12 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpEvent
==== Contents of test case:
update
set x {}
after 500 {lappend x ok}
set token [http_get $url -timeout 1 -command {lappend x fail}]
vwait x
list [http_status $token] $x
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url -timeout 1 -command {lappend x fail}"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url -timeout 1 -command {lappend x fail}]"
("uplevel" body line 5)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

httpold-6.1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

httpProxyRequired
==== Contents of test case:
update
http_config -proxyhost [info hostname] -proxyport $port
set token [http_get $url]
http_wait $token
http_config -proxyhost {} -proxyport {}
upvar #0 $token data
set data(body)
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket $host $port"
(procedure "http_get" line 61)
invoked from within
"http_get $url"
invoked from within
"set token [http_get $url]"
("uplevel" body line 4)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

io-29.34 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

Tcl_Close, async flush on close, using sockets
==== Contents of test case:
variable c 0
variable x running
set l
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
proc writelots {s l} {
for {set i 0} {$i < 2000} {incr i} {
puts $s $l
}
}
proc accept {s a p} {
variable x
fileevent $s readable [namespace code [list readit $s]]
fconfigure $s -blocking off
set x accepted
}
proc readit {s} {
variable c
variable x
set l [gets $s]

if {[eof $s]} {
close $s
set x done
} elseif {([string length $l] > 0) || ![fblocked $s]} {
incr c
}
}
set ss [socket -server [namespace code accept] 0]
set cs [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]]
vwait [namespace which -variable x]
fconfigure $cs -blocking off
writelots $cs $l
close $cs
close $ss
vwait [namespace which -variable x]
set c
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]"
invoked from within
"set cs [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]]"
("uplevel" body line 29)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

io-29.35 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

Tcl_Close vs fileevent vs multiple interpreters
==== Contents of test case:
# On Mac, this test screws up sockets such that subsequent tests using
port 2828
# either cause errors or panic().

catch {interp delete x}
catch {interp delete y}
interp create x
interp create y
set s [socket -server [namespace code accept] 0]
proc accept {s a p} {
puts $s hello
close $s
}
set c [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]]
interp share {} $c x
interp share {} $c y
close $c
x eval {
proc readit {s} {
gets $s
if {[eof $s]} {
close $s
}
}
}
y eval {
proc readit {s} {
gets $s
if {[eof $s]} {
close $s
}
}
}
x eval "fileevent $c readable \{readit $c\}"
y eval "fileevent $c readable \{readit $c\}"
y eval [list close $c]
update
close $s
interp delete x
interp delete y
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]"
invoked from within
"set c [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]]"
("uplevel" body line 14)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

io-51.1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

Test old socket deletion on Macintosh
==== Contents of test case:
set x 0
set result ""
proc accept {s a p} {
variable x
variable wait
fconfigure $s -blocking off
puts $s "sock[incr x]"
close $s
set wait done
}
set ss [socket -server [namespace code accept] 0]
variable wait ""
set cs [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]]
vwait [namespace which -variable wait]
lappend result [gets $cs]
close $cs
set wait ""
set cs [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]]
vwait [namespace which -variable wait]
lappend result [gets $cs]
close $cs
set wait ""
set cs [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]]
vwait [namespace which -variable wait]
lappend result [gets $cs]
close $cs
set wait ""
set cs [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]]
vwait [namespace which -variable wait]
lappend result [gets $cs]
close $cs
close $ss
set result
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]"
invoked from within
"set cs [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]]"
("uplevel" body line 14)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

io-54.1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

Recursive channel events
==== Contents of test case:
# This test checks to see if file events are delivered during recursive
# event loops when there is buffered data on the channel.
proc accept {s a p} {
variable as
fconfigure $s -translation lf
puts $s "line 1\nline2\nline3"
flush $s
set as $s
}
proc readit {s next} {
variable x
variable result
lappend result $next
if {$next == 1} {
fileevent $s readable [namespace code [list readit $s 2]]
vwait [namespace which -variable x]
}
incr x
}
set ss [socket -server [namespace code accept] 0]
# We need to delay on some systems until the creation of the
# server socket completes.
set done 0
for {set i 0} {$i < 10} {incr i} {
if {![catch {set cs [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss
-sockname] 2]]}]} {
set done 1
break
}
after 100
}
if {$done == 0} {
close $ss
error "failed to connect to server"
}
variable result {}
variable x 0
variable as
vwait [namespace which -variable as]
fconfigure $cs -translation lf
lappend result [gets $cs]
fconfigure $cs -blocking off
fileevent $cs readable [namespace code [list readit $cs 1]]
set a [after 2000 [namespace code { set x failure }]]
vwait [namespace which -variable x]
after cancel $a
close $as
close $ss
close $cs
list $result $x
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: failed to connect to server
while executing
"error "failed to connect to server""
invoked from within
"if {$done == 0} {
close $ss
error "failed to connect to server"
}"
("uplevel" body line 35)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: NONE

socket-2.10 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

close on accept, accepted socket lives
==== Contents of test case:
set done 0
set timer [after 20000 "set done timed_out"]
set ss [socket -server accept 0]
proc accept {s a p} {
global ss
close $ss
fileevent $s readable "readit $s"
fconfigure $s -trans lf
}
proc readit {s} {
global done
gets $s
close $s
set done 1
}
set cs [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]]
puts $cs hello
close $cs
vwait done
after cancel $timer
set done
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]"
invoked from within
"set cs [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $ss -sockname] 2]]"
("uplevel" body line 17)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

socket-7.4 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

testing socket specific options
==== Contents of test case:
set s [socket -server accept 0]
proc accept {s a p} {
global x
set x [fconfigure $s -sockname]
close $s
}
set listen [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]
set s1 [socket [info hostname] $listen]
set timer [after 10000 "set x timed_out"]
vwait x
after cancel $timer
close $s
close $s1
set l ""
lappend l [expr {[lindex $x 2] == $listen}] [llength $x]
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket [info hostname] $listen"
invoked from within
"set s1 [socket [info hostname] $listen]"
("uplevel" body line 9)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

socket-8.1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

testing -async flag on sockets
==== Contents of test case:
# NOTE: This test may fail on some Solaris 2.4 systems. If it does,
# check that you have these patches installed (using showrev -p):
#
# 101907-05, 101925-02, 101945-14, 101959-03, 101969-05, 101973-03,
# 101977-03, 101981-02, 101985-01, 102001-03, 102003-01, 102007-01,
# 102011-02, 102024-01, 102039-01, 102044-01, 102048-01, 102062-03,
# 102066-04, 102070-01, 102105-01, 102153-03, 102216-01, 102232-01,
# 101878-03, 101879-01, 101880-03, 101933-01, 101950-01, 102030-01,
# 102057-08, 102140-01, 101920-02, 101921-09, 101922-07, 101923-03
#
# If after installing these patches you are still experiencing a
# problem, please email jyl@eng.sun.com. We have not observed this
# failure on Solaris 2.5, so another option (instead of installing
# these patches) is to upgrade to Solaris 2.5.
set s [socket -server accept 0]
proc accept {s a p} {
global x
puts $s bye
close $s
set x done
}
set s1 [socket -async [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]]
vwait x
set z [gets $s1]
close $s
close $s1
set z
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket -async [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]"
invoked from within
"set s1 [socket -async [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname]
2]]"
("uplevel" body line 23)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

socket-9.1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

testing spurious events
==== Contents of test case:
set len 0
set spurious 0
set done 0
proc readlittle {s} {
global spurious done len
set l [read $s 1]
if {[string length $l] == 0} {
if {![eof $s]} {
incr spurious
} else {
close $s
set done 1
}
} else {
incr len [string length $l]
}
}
proc accept {s a p} {
fconfigure $s -buffering none -blocking off
fileevent $s readable [list readlittle $s]
}
set s [socket -server accept 0]
set c [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]]
puts -nonewline $c 01234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789
close $c
set timer [after 10000 "set done timed_out"]
vwait done
after cancel $timer
close $s
list $spurious $len
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]"
invoked from within
"set c [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]]"
("uplevel" body line 24)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

socket-9.2 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

testing async write, fileevents, flush on close
==== Contents of test case:
set firstblock ""
for {set i 0} {$i < 5} {incr i} {set firstblock "a$firstblock$firstblock"}
set secondblock ""
for {set i 0} {$i < 16} {incr i} {
set secondblock "b$secondblock$secondblock"
}
set l [socket -server accept 0]
proc accept {s a p} {
fconfigure $s -blocking 0 -translation lf -buffersize 16384 -buffering line
fileevent $s readable "readable $s"
}
proc readable {s} {
set l [gets $s]
fileevent $s readable {}
after 1000 respond $s
}
proc respond {s} {
global firstblock
puts -nonewline $s $firstblock
after 1000 writedata $s
}
proc writedata {s} {
global secondblock
puts -nonewline $s $secondblock
close $s
}
set s [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $l -sockname] 2]]
fconfigure $s -blocking 0 -trans lf -buffering line
set count 0
puts $s hello
proc readit {s} {
global count done
set l [read $s]
incr count [string length $l]
if {[eof $s]} {
close $s
set done 1
}
}
fileevent $s readable "readit $s"
set timer [after 10000 "set done timed_out"]
vwait done
after cancel $timer
close $l
set count
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $l -sockname] 2]"
invoked from within
"set s [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $l -sockname] 2]]"
("uplevel" body line 28)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

socket-9.3 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

testing EOF stickyness
==== Contents of test case:
proc count_to_eof {s} {
global count done timer
set l [gets $s]
if {[eof $s]} {
incr count
if {$count > 9} {
close $s
set done true
set count {eof is sticky}
after cancel $timer
}
}
}
proc timerproc {} {
global done count c
set done true
set count {timer went off, eof is not sticky}
close $c
}
set count 0
set done false
proc write_then_close {s} {
puts $s bye
close $s
}
proc accept {s a p} {
fconfigure $s -buffering line -translation lf
fileevent $s writable "write_then_close $s"
}
set s [socket -server accept 0]
set c [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]]
fconfigure $c -blocking off -buffering line -translation lf
fileevent $c readable "count_to_eof $c"
set timer [after 1000 timerproc]
vwait done
close $s
set count
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: couldn't open socket: host is unreachable
while executing
"socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]"
invoked from within
"set c [socket [info hostname] [lindex [fconfigure $s -sockname] 2]]"
("uplevel" body line 32)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: POSIX EHOSTUNREACH {host is unreachable}

stack-3.1 	Failed 	
Messages from the test

enough room for regexp near recursion limit
==== Contents of test case:
# do this in a sub process in case it segfaults
exec [interpreter] << {
interp recursionlimit {} 10000
set depth 0
proc a { max } {
if { [info level] < $max } {
set ::depth [info level]
a $max
} else {
regexp {^ ?} x
}
}
catch { a 10001 }
set depth2 $depth
puts [list [a $depth] [expr { $depth2 - $depth }]]
}
---- Test generated error; Return code was: 1
---- Return code should have been one of: 0 2
---- errorInfo: child killed: segmentation violation
while executing
"exec [interpreter] << {
interp recursionlimit {} 10000
set depth 0
proc a { max } {
if { [info level] < $max } {
set ::depth [info level]
..."
("uplevel" body line 3)
invoked from within
"uplevel 1 $script"
---- errorCode: CHILDKILLED 19263 SIGSEGV {segmentation violation}

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