RFR: 8157831: JVMCI tests should not be executed on linux-arm32
david.holmes at oracle.com
Thu Jun 9 00:43:18 UTC 2016
Sorry for the delay.
On 7/06/2016 7:34 PM, Leonid Mesnik wrote:
> Added jtreg-use at openjdk.java.net
> I think that you are right. Here is the documentation:
> "@requires <expression>
> Express a dependence on characteristics of the system being tested.
> Some harnesses allow tests to be selected according to the
> characteristics of the system being tested. The expression may be
> composed of the following elements:"
> "os.arch The operating system architecture, as given by the
> corresponding system property."
> So user could expect to have "os.arch" of tested VM.
> If filed jtreg issues for this:
> 1. CODETOOLS-7901695
> <https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/CODETOOLS-7901695>jtreg uses
> value 'os.arch' property of JDK which executed JDK and not of tested JDK
> Following fix could be used as a temporary workaround while jtreg fix is
> not ready. Does it make a sense? I this case it is needed to change
> linux-arm64 back to linux-aarch64 to minimize changes.
I still think we have a fundamental problem concerning what os.arch
means. This workaround seems to work but I find it all very confusing.
We really need a vm.arch property, distinct from os.arch.
> On 31.05.2016 04:26, David Holmes wrote:
>> Hi Leonid,
>> This really strikes me as as a jtreg problem that should be fixed in
>> jtreg. When writing an @requires clause in a test the test writer
>> should not have to be thinking "oh wait! Is this going to query the VM
>> running jtreg or the VM running the test?". It should obviously be the
>> VM running the test.
>> That said we also seem to have a problem with the definition of os.arch:
>> os.arch Operating system architecture
>> if it is returning the build architecture of the VM and not the OS it
>> is running on. That in itself argues for two distinct properties.
>> On 26/05/2016 11:45 PM, Leonid Mesnik wrote:
>>> Could you please review following fix:
>>> root http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~lmesnik/8157831/webrev.00/root/
>>> hotspot http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~lmesnik/8157831/webrev.00/hotspot/
>>> for bug
>>> The property "os.name" which was used to filter tests depends on the
>>> arch of jdk which is used to run jtreg. It might differ from arch of
>>> tested jdk.
>>> This fix introduce new property "vm.arch" which depends on the arch of
>>> tested jdk and could be used to filter tests with @requires.
>>> I verified that tests are filtered where it is expected.
>>> Note: I am going to push this fix in jdk9/hs to fix regular hotspot
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