[pkg-go] Bug#852964: golang-github-hashicorp-yamux: FTBFS randomly (failing tests)

Cyril Brulebois cyril at debamax.com
Mon Jul 3 01:51:10 BST 2023


Paul Gevers <elbrus at debian.org> (2023-06-22):
> I'm seeing flaky tests on ci.debian.net too [1]. Because the
> unstable-to-testing migration software now blocks on regressions in testing,
> flaky tests, i.e. tests that flip between passing and failing without
> changes to the list of installed packages, are causing people unrelated to
> your package to spend time on these tests. Therefor the Release Team
> considers the issue of serious severity.
> Paul
> [1] https://ci.debian.net/packages/g/golang-github-hashicorp-yamux/

I've encountered this a few times already but got told on #debci that
there were no problems at all…

Right now, that page only lists 0.0+git20190923.df201c7-1 for release
architectures in unstable (0.0+git20210316.a95892c-2 for riscv64 only)
while that upload happened 20+ days ago.

Clicking a random arch (amd64) gives me a huge list of tests for that
version, the last one having run on 2023-06-05. This makes no sense to

This also means that the two archs where the failures seem to happen
(armel and armhf) have logs for failed tests with an obsolete version.
That doesn't quite help.

Migration to testing happened 2023-06-17, and yet the testing column has
a mix of both versions. This makes no sense to me either. At least,
there, we have logs for failed tests for the most recent version…

At the moment, I have only been able to produce a single occurrence of a
different problem:

    === RUN   TestGoAway
        session_test.go:536: err: <nil>
    2023/07/03 02:33:15 [WARN] yamux: frame for missing stream: Vsn:0 Type:1 Flags:1 StreamID:1 Length:0
    2023/07/03 02:33:15 [ERR] yamux: Failed to write header: io: read/write on closed pipe
    --- FAIL: TestGoAway (0.00s)

Cyril Brulebois -- Debian Consultant @ DEBAMAX -- https://debamax.com/
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