[PATCH] Review request: 6962637 TEST_BUG: java/io/File/MaxPathLength.java may fail in busy system
yiming.wang at oracle.com
Wed Aug 22 08:10:24 UTC 2012
To use dirFile.length() == 0 to replace the disk space measurement as
guess the original test tries to prove that there's no extra disk spent
when creating empty folders.
On 2012/8/22 16:02, David Holmes wrote:
> Hi Eric,
> On 22/08/2012 5:54 PM, Eric Wang wrote:
>> Please help to review the fix below for bug **6962637
>> <http://monaco.us.oracle.com/detail.jsf?cr=6962637> TEST_BUG:
>> java/io/File/MaxPathLength.java may fail in busy system
>> Root cause is the test is not reliable when system is busy, if disk
>> space is changed by some other program, test can fail. so the fix is to
>> check file.length() instead of disk space.
> I can not figure out what the original version of the test was doing
> with the disk space measurements but I can certainly appreciate that
> they could be changing dynamically while the test is running.
> But I don't really understand why dirFile is expected to have a zero
> length ???
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