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Re: Run httpd's testsuite


FWIW, I've never run 'make check' but always run the test suite explicitly. 

> On Sep 2, 2018, at 6:49 AM, Danesh Daroui <danesh.daroui@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> I would like to be bale to run Apache https's testsuite. I have clones
> Apache-Test and configures the project with the given path and then
> built the httpd server, but when I execute "make cheek", all tests for
> "all.t" are skipped. The logs show that the test scripts runs the
> server with some isolated configurations on a specific port but it
> apparently cannot find "mod_perl.c" for instance. This is the last
> part of the log that I get when I run the test:
> 
> waiting 60 seconds for server to start: .
> waiting 60 seconds for server to start: ok (waited 0 secs)
> server localhost:8529 started
> [   info] adding source lib
> /home/danesh/open/github/Apache-Test/../Apache-Test/lib to @INC
> t/alltest/all.t ................. skipped: testing all.t
> t/alltest2/all.t ................ skipped: testing more than one all.t
> t/bad_coding.t .................. ok
> t/cookies.t ..................... skipped: cannot find module 'CGI',
> cannot find module 'CGI::Cookie'
> t/import.t ...................... ok
> t/log_watch.t ................... ok
> t/log_watch_for_broken_lines.t .. ok
> t/more/all.t .................... skipped: cannot find module 'mod_perl.c'
> t/next_available_port.t ......... ok
> t/ping.t ........................ ok
> t/redirect.t .................... ok
> t/request.t ..................... ok
> t/sok.t ......................... ok
> All tests successful.
> Files=13, Tests=91,  4 wallclock secs ( 0.05 usr  0.01 sys +  2.17
> cusr  0.56 csys =  2.79 CPU)
> Result: PASS
> [warning] server localhost:8529 shutdown
> 
> There are also some unit tests under "test" directory that they are
> all passed when I run the executable. I would like to know what is the
> difference between these two tests? Also I expected the tests that are
> triggered with "make check" to be much more extensive than some small
> tests that are run quickly. Something like night-run tests! Am I
> missing something?
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Danesh Daroui