Comment 4 for bug 626876

John A Meinel (jameinel) wrote :

So far, the only 'granularity' I've seen is to remove the 'mkdir' call. Basically, I feel that it *is* important to have a real connection to an ssh server in the test suite if we can. The test is a little bit long, but only because the ssh server code is inline in the test.

As such, there doesn't seem a lot that could be done. If it is an interaction with threads and sockets, etc, then we could arguably start an ssh server in a subprocess, connect to *that* and then shut it down afterwards. That might provide better *isolation* but I don't see it as a *granularity* thing.