"Andreas Grüninger" 2013-10-10, 07:33
-Re: how to compile with OpenIndiana or Solaris
Steve Loughran 2013-10-10, 08:37
for hadoop 2.x, the log4j. properties file for each project should be in
but there's a risk that tests in sub projects that include
hadoop-commons-test.jar (or other -test JARs, like hadoop-hdfs) may pick up
the version in the test jar ahead of any one that they have locally -so try
to add the debug option in the test resources of the base -common and -hdfs
On 10 October 2013 08:33, "Andreas Grüninger" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I compiled the native libraries of 2.1.1 for OpenIndiana.
> When I run the tests to check my changes I get a lot of errors.
> When I run the tests without my changes I get nearly the same errors.
> I checked the tests with the current stable 1.2.1 too with/without native
> And I get there errors too, about 29 of 1522 (by heart, sitting at home).
> The inspection of the crash reports let me assume that there are errors
> the usage of fstat and IPC errors.
> Maybe some of you compile the source with OI or Solaris and can give some
> hints how to compile it. The compiler is gcc 4.6.2.
> I found the crash reports and the logs in build/test/....
> But I did not understand which log4j.properties must be changed to get
> DEBUG level information. And where to find it afterwards. I assume the same
> log files which now contains the log messages from log4j with debug level
> INFO. I found log4j.properties, changed to DEBUG, recompiled and repeated
> the tests, but to no avail.
> I would really like to change the source code but I need the logging of
> the DEBUG messages.
> TIA and Greetings
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Colin McCabe 2013-10-10, 20:08