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network/xinetd: use tst_retry() to make sure we got the true result

Signed-off-by: Hangbin Liu <>
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doc testcases/lib/ add tst_retry()
include futex/futex_wake04.c: add kernel version check
lib lib/safe_macros.c: fix safe_write() and safe_pwrite()
m4 syscalls/getrandom: add configure check for linux/random.h
pan pan/symbol.c: remove unnecessary malloc type cast
runtest cpuset: regression test for "system crash if cpuset_cpumask_can_shrin…
scenario_groups hotplug/cpu_hotplug: add it to run default
scripts Remove whitespace at end of line
testcases network/xinetd: use tst_retry() to make sure we got the true result
testscripts testscripts/ add IPV4_NET16_UNUSED, IPV6_NET32_UNUSED
tools tools:proc/readproc.c: remove explicit NULL check before free
utils sctp: sctputils.c: fix test_peer_addr()
.gitignore don't run module builds multiple times
.gitmodules gitmodules: update mce-test repo URL
COPYING update GPLv2 text in COPYING Update FSF address
INSTALL INSTALL: clarify cross-compilation behavior
Makefile build: fix out-of-tree build
Makefile.release Use `tar [..] .' instead of `tar [..] *'.
README README: Fix typos + minor update.
README.kernel_config p9auth: remove this test
TODO numa-related cleanup
VERSION LTP 20150420 syscalls/getrandom: add configure check for linux/random.h PEP8 and update the copyright date
ltpmenu Fix shell scripts to run correctly on Debian perfcounters: delete runtest/perfcounters
runltp runltp: export initialized LTP_DEV runltp, Fix bashism.
ver_linux Remove whitespace at end of line


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