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  2. MDEV-7141

unit.pcre_test fails in buildbot on P8 non-debug builds

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      http://buildbot.askmonty.org/buildbot/builders/bintar-rhel7-p8/builds/12/steps/test/logs/stdio
      http://buildbot.askmonty.org/buildbot/builders/bintar-trusty-p8/builds/13/steps/test/logs/stdio

      unit.pcre_test                           w2 [ fail ]
              Test ended at 2014-11-19 12:51:03
       
      CURRENT_TEST: unit.pcre_test
       
      PCRE C library tests using test data from /var/lib/buildbot/maria-slave/power8-vlp04-bintar/build/pcre/testdata
      PCRE version 8.35 2014-04-04
       
      ---- Testing 8-bit library ----
       
      Test 1: Main functionality (Compatible with Perl >= 5.10)
        OK
        OK with study
      Test 2: API, errors, internals, and non-Perl stuff (not UTF-8)
      --- /var/lib/buildbot/maria-slave/power8-vlp04-bintar/build/pcre/testdata/testoutput2	2014-11-19 11:44:36.239154000 -0500
      +++ testtry	2014-11-19 12:51:03.123848130 -0500
      @@ -5821,13 +5821,16 @@
       No match
       
       /a{11111111111111111111}/I
      -Failed: number too big in {} quantifier at offset 22
      +Capturing subpattern count = 0
      +No options
      +First char = 'a'
      +No need char
       
       /(){64294967295}/I
      -Failed: number too big in {} quantifier at offset 14
      +Failed: regular expression is too large at offset 15
       
       /(){2,4294967295}/I
      -Failed: number too big in {} quantifier at offset 15
      +Failed: numbers out of order in {} quantifier at offset 15
       
       "(?i:a)(?i:b)(?i:c)(?i:d)(?i:e)(?i:f)(?i:g)(?i:h)(?i:i)(?i:j)(k)(?i:l)A\1B"I
       Capturing subpattern count = 1

      The test started failing from revno 4500, and has been failing persistently ever since, on both P8 RHEL and Trusty, but only on non-debug builds.

      I don't see anything related in revno 4500, but before this revision the environment on the boxes changed (/opt/at7.0/bin => /opt/at8.0/bin , GNU 4.8.3 => 4.9.2).

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              • Assignee:
                serg Sergei Golubchik
                Reporter:
                elenst Elena Stepanova
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