Glibc-2.3.4 make -k check fails
steven.vancoillie at chem.kuleuven.be
Mon Jun 26 06:58:12 PDT 2006
Dan Nicholson wrote:
> Sorry for not replying more quickly.
With LFS, I learned to have a lot of patience :)
> It was quite a while ago that I "fixed" errors by turning off NTP
> anyway. It might not be accurate. To cut to the chase, I would move
> on. This is a fairly common failure that is affected by the host
> environment according to this bug:
> If you want, keep the source and build directory for glibc. After you
> finish building lfs and boot it up, run make check again and see if
> the results are the same.
I tried soem different things, including login in single-user mode to
try and minimize any host-influence.
Thanks for the advice, I will move on then with the test-error.
> 1. What is your host environment? Distro? Kernel version?
Ubuntu 6.06 kernel 2.6.15-25-386
> 2. If you still have the build directory, what is the error shown in
> /sources/glibc-build/nptl/tst-clock2.out? Presumably, it will say
> "clock_gettime round 0 failed".
It says in tst-clock2.out:
difference between thread 0 and 1 too small (0.000856857)
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