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From Abhishek Khandelwal <>
Subject Re: httpd test (perl-framework)
Date Thu, 15 Apr 2004 18:49:50 GMT
I dont see any difference in two files.

I runt the test twice to do a test coverage analysis.
At first, I install and test apache without test coverage
and then I again install and test with test-coverage enabled.
Second time, I get this error.

Moreover, this is just not doing with test-coverage.
It happens quite often and without any predictablility.
I am not sure how to reproduce it. Because it may or may not give me
this error.


On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 11:47, Stas Bekman wrote:
> [dropping the irrelevant CC address]
> Abhishek Khandelwal wrote:
> > I am getting the following error when I run the perl-test framework.
> > I get this error when I run the test twice, one after another.
> > The first time, it goes thru properly and prints the summary of the
> > results.
> > But When I run for the second time, I get this error. I am using same
> > extra.conf in both the runs, but in second run, it fails. 
> > Anyone has any idea about what might be the reason for the error.
> > 
> > This is the error:::
> > waiting 60 seconds for server to start: .Syntax error on line 16 of
> > /usr/local/nightly/cvs-root/oss/core/webserver/httpd/test/perl-framework/t/conf/extra.conf:
> > Invalid command 'Order', perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not included
in the server configuration
> Abhishek, the directive Order needs mod_access to be loaded. Is your server 
> built with mod_access built in or as a shared object?
> What do you mean by running the test twice? Like so:
> make test
> make test
> In which case, save away t/conf after the first 'make test' and then when the 
> second time it fails compare the two directories (diff -ru t/conf.old t/conf). 
> Do you see any difference?
> __________________________________________________________________
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