Aha! Good catch there joe.
The --enable options to configure change the list of default plugins. I'm not sure it's feasible to run the test suite with optional plugins enabled by default. The tests in the suite for optional plugins configure and set up the server properly for having that plugin enabled.
Would it be possible in the gentoo build to remove the extra --enalbe options and only use --with instead?
"Joe Daly" <email address hidden> wrote:
>The logging_stats plugin changes users, in one test theres 500 users if
>you had the auth-file-plugin enabled it would definately fail. I suspect
>the other tests are a similiar failure.
>test suite failures
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>Status in Gentoo Linux: New
>I have opened the topic of failing tests in 'answers' but the topic remains open for too long (https://answers.launchpad.net/drizzle/+question/114414).. A working testsuite is important for packaging drizzle on gentoo linux - it allows devs to catch runtime errors. Without it, drizzle releases are held back without reason. Follows a summary, more details in the 'answers' link above.
>Stopping All Servers
>Failed 15/332 tests, 95.48% were successful.
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>The servers were restarted 48 times
>Spent 2028.406 of 3279 seconds executing testcases
>mysql-test-run in default mode: *** Failing the test(s): main.connect main.data_dictionary_like_info main.drizzleslap main.information_schema main.lowercase_fs_off simple_user_policy.basic registry_dictionary.data_dictionary registry_dictionary.slap mysql_protocol.prototest logging_stats.command logging_stats.cumulative logging_stats.max_session logging_stats.max_user auth_test.basic auth_file.basic
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