JDK-8265369 [macos-aarch64] java/net/MulticastSocket/Promiscuous.java failed with "SocketException: Cannot allocate memory" #44
… failed with "SocketException: Cannot allocate memory The test java/net/MulticastSocket/Promiscuous.java has been observed to fail on a regular basis on macosx-aarch. This is typically under have test load on a test machine. Analysis of the problem have shown that the setsockopt for joining a multicast group will intermittently fail with ENOMEM. The proposed fix is in open/src/java.base/unix/native/libnet/PlainDatagramSocketImpl.c in the mcast_join_leave function. The change has been applied as a conditional compilation. Additionally this change result in the Promiscuous.java test being removed from the ProblemList.txt.
… failed with "SocketException: Cannot allocate memory" Remove trailing white spaces
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… failed with "SocketException: Cannot allocate memory" remove #ifdef __APPLE__ from int res; declaration, remove space and fix indentation (as per comments from CH and M3)
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