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TokuDB tests fail when building 5.5.35 in buildd at Launchpad.net

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      I've been working on Debian packaging. My current latest version https://github.com/ottok/mariadb-5.5 builds OK on localhost with git-buildpackage and dpkg-buildpackage, and also on another build machine that runs git-buildpackage with pbuilder chroots.

      However when I upload the same package to Launchpad.net all the versions that build TokuDB fail to successfully build because the test run has TokuDB related fails:

      Only  1358  of 3485 completed.
      --------------------------------------------------------------------------
      The servers were restarted 533 times
      Spent 1884.283 of 2996 seconds executing testcases
       
      Check of testcase failed for: rpl.rpl_ddl
       
      Too many failed: Failed 10/952 tests, 98.95% were successful.
       
      Failing test(s): rpl-tokudb.tokudb_innodb_xa_crash tokudb_alter_table.ai_part tokudb_alter_table.drop_add_pk_part_104 tokudb_alter_table.hcad_part tokudb_alter_table.rename_column_cold_part_104

      Above was from build log at https://launchpadlibrarian.net/165042892/buildlog_ubuntu-trusty-amd64.mariadb-5.5_5.5.35-1~trusty1~ppa3_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz

      More build logs at https://launchpad.net/~mysql-ubuntu/+archive/mariadb/+builds?build_text=&build_state=all

      The build failure for saucy-amd64 is identical.

      Launchpad uses buildd to build, and as that is the main difference to other build environments, I suspect there is some issue with 5.5.35 and buildd.

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            otto Otto Kekäläinen
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            otto Otto Kekäläinen
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