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Failing test on Raspberry Pi: Server is able to generate a stack trace on selected systems #3546

niemda opened this issue Oct 9, 2016 · 2 comments


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@niemda niemda commented Oct 9, 2016

I just compiled redis 3.2.4 on Raspberry Pi (3rd gen, raspbian jessie w/o any custom packages) and have one failing test.

!!! WARNING The following tests failed:

*** [err]: Server is able to generate a stack trace on selected systems in tests/integration/logging.tcl
expected stack trace not found into log file
Cleanup: may take some time... OK
Makefile:215: recipe for target 'test' failed
make[1]: *** [test] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/pi/compile/redis-3.2.4/src'
Makefile:6: recipe for target 'test' failed
make: *** [test] Error 2

My raspberry reports this:

pi@blackbox-dev0:~ $ cat /etc/debian_version
pi@blackbox-dev0:~ $ uname -a
Linux blackbox-dev0 4.4.21-v7+ #911 SMP Thu Sep 15 14:22:38 BST 2016 armv7l GNU/Linux
pi@blackbox-dev0:~ $
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@xhuacmer xhuacmer commented Dec 29, 2020

Is there any solution for this problem? I want to know the what impact this problem.

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@oranagra oranagra commented Dec 29, 2020

this is a real old version of redis, and the issue is already resolved.
please upgrade to redis 6.0 which should be fine in that respect.
or if your only problem is the failing test, just skip or delete that test.
this failed test does not indicate a problem in redis, just meant that crash report logs may be missing some info.

@oranagra oranagra closed this Dec 29, 2020
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