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Id: 47221
Status: resolved
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Queue: RPC-XML

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Owner: rjray [...] blackperl.com
Requestors: kmx [...] volny.cz
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Fixed in: 0.66



Subject: Another KILL vs. INT issue causing tests fail on Win32
Date: Sun, 21 Jun 2009 22:59:46 +0200
To: bug-RPC-XML [...] rt.cpan.org
From: kmx <kmx [...] volny.cz>
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diff -r -u ..\RPC-XML-0.65\t/40_server.t t/40_server.t --- ..\RPC-XML-0.65\t/40_server.t 2009-06-13 06:03:22.000000000 +0200 +++ t/40_server.t 2009-06-21 21:51:37.077769000 +0200 @@ -25,10 +25,6 @@ (undef, $dir, undef) = File::Spec->splitpath(File::Spec->rel2abs($0)); require File::Spec->catfile($dir, 'util.pl'); -# Per RT 27778, use 'KILL' instead of 'INT' as the stop-server signal for -# MSWin platforms: -my $SIGNAL = ($^O eq "MSWin32") ? 'KILL' : 'INT'; - # The organization of the test suites is such that we assume anything that # runs before the current suite is 100%. Thus, no consistency checks on # any other classes are done, only on the data and return values of this @@ -110,14 +106,13 @@ is($res->value->value, 1, 'First live req: $res value test'); } } -kill $SIGNAL, $child; +stop_server($child); # Try deleting the method ok(ref $srv->delete_method('perl.test.suite.test1'), 'delete_method return value test'); # Start the server again -sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away # Add a method that echoes back socket-peer information $res = $srv->add_method({ name => 'perl.test.suite.peeraddr', signature => [ 'array' ], @@ -154,10 +149,9 @@ 'Second live request: correct faultString'); } } -kill $SIGNAL, $child; +stop_server($child); # Start the server again -sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); $bucket = 0; $req->content(RPC::XML::request->new('perl.test.suite.peeraddr')->as_string); @@ -184,10 +178,9 @@ 'Third request: pack_sockaddr_in validates all'); } } -kill $SIGNAL, $child; +stop_server($child); # Start the server again -sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); # Test the error-message-mixup problem reported in RT# 29351 @@ -223,7 +216,7 @@ 'RT29351 live request: correct faultString'); } } -kill $SIGNAL, $child; +stop_server($child); # OK-- At this point, basic server creation and accessors have been validated. # We've run a remote method and we've correctly failed to run an unknown remote @@ -278,10 +271,9 @@ die "Server allocation failed, cannot continue. Message was: $srv" unless (ref $srv); -kill $SIGNAL, $child; +stop_server($child); # Start the server again -sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); # Set the ALRM handler to something more serious, since we have passed that @@ -307,10 +299,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -331,10 +322,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -353,10 +343,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -381,10 +370,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -407,10 +395,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -432,10 +419,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -459,10 +445,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -485,10 +470,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -513,10 +497,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -539,10 +522,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -588,10 +570,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -619,10 +600,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -649,10 +629,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -679,10 +658,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -707,10 +685,9 @@ # HTTP::Message::content might have killed it already via croak(). unless ($res) # $res was made null above if it was an error { - kill $SIGNAL, $child; + stop_server($child); # Start the server again - sleep 1; # To allow the old sockets time enough to go away $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -727,5 +704,5 @@ } # Don't leave any children laying around -kill $SIGNAL, $child; +stop_server($child); exit; diff -r -u ..\RPC-XML-0.65\t/50_client.t t/50_client.t --- ..\RPC-XML-0.65\t/50_client.t 2009-06-16 00:45:26.000000000 +0200 +++ t/50_client.t 2009-06-21 22:53:27.362855000 +0200 @@ -92,8 +92,7 @@ { # Assume that if an error occurred, the server might be in a confused # state. Kill and restart it. - kill 'INT', $child; - sleep 1; # Give it time to free up the socket + stop_server($child); $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -113,8 +112,7 @@ { # Assume that if an error occurred, the server might be in a confused # state. Kill and restart it. - kill 'INT', $child; - sleep 1; # Give it time to free up the socket + stop_server($child); $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -132,8 +130,7 @@ { # Assume that if an error occurred, the server might be in a confused # state. Kill and restart it. - kill 'INT', $child; - sleep 1; # Give it time to free up the socket + stop_server($child); $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -158,8 +155,7 @@ { # Assume that if an error occurred, the server might be in a confused # state. Kill and restart it. - kill 'INT', $child; - sleep 1; # Give it time to free up the socket + stop_server($child); $child = start_server($srv); } @@ -173,8 +169,7 @@ 'RPC::XML::Client::uri changes as expected'); # Kill the server long enough to add a new method -kill 'INT', $child; -sleep 1; # Give system enough time to reclaim resources +stop_server($child); use Digest::MD5; @@ -232,6 +227,6 @@ } # Kill the server before exiting -kill 'INT', $child; +stop_server($child); exit; diff -r -u ..\RPC-XML-0.65\t/util.pl t/util.pl --- ..\RPC-XML-0.65\t/util.pl 2009-03-25 08:11:02.000000000 +0100 +++ t/util.pl 2009-06-21 21:47:52.965583000 +0200 @@ -24,6 +24,17 @@ } } +sub stop_server +{ + my $pid = shift; + + # Per RT 27778, use 'KILL' instead of 'INT' as the stop-server signal for + # MSWin platforms: + my $SIGNAL = ($^O eq "MSWin32") ? 'KILL' : 'INT'; + kill $SIGNAL, $pid; + sleep 2; # give the old sockets time to go away +} + sub find_port { my $start_at = $_[0] || 9000;
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Hi again, after fixing KILL vs. INT issue in 40_server.t (RT 27778 fixed in RPC-XML-0.65) I have found the same issue in 50_client.t Please find proposed patch that adds a new function stop_server into util.pl and makes necessary modification to 40_server.t + 50_client.t -- kmx
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Patch applied, will be in the next release. -- """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" Randy J. Ray Silicon Valley Scale Modelers: http://www.svsm.org rjray@blackperl.com randy.j.ray@gmail.com
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-- """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" Randy J. Ray Silicon Valley Scale Modelers: http://www.svsm.org rjray@blackperl.com randy.j.ray@gmail.com


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