removed the before and after context grep as a workaround for 97209
authorsonja.mirtitsch%sun.com
Wed, 21 Nov 2001 21:19:14 +0000
changeset 2360 8a863ae2097cb3156e57edfb3c1df5f8d4d76580
parent 2359 5fd8acaefaab0a05fbf5c52091d6d7a36651242d
child 2361 8dd78bdc98fd6982b197c46f18155fab6818a2b9
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bugs97209
removed the before and after context grep as a workaround for 97209
security/nss/tests/qa_stat
--- a/security/nss/tests/qa_stat
+++ b/security/nss/tests/qa_stat
@@ -57,17 +57,19 @@ HTML_PASSEDMSG=Passed
 # for each rsh, and a function is called after it is finished - they
 # communicate with this file
 
 RSH_FILE=$TMP/rsh.$$
 echo >$RSH_FILE
 TMPFILES="$TMPFILES $WARNINGLIST $RSH_FILE "
 RSH_WAIT_TIME=80 #maximum time allowed for the 2 rsh to finish...
 #TOTAL_TESTS=106
-TOTAL_TESTS=133
+TOTAL_TESTS=123 #3.3.2
+BCT_TOTAL_TESTS=122 #3.2.2
+#TOTAL_TESTS=133 #tip
 
 Debug "NTDIST $NTDIST"
 Debug "UXDIST $UXDIST"
 Debug "TESTSCRIPTDIR $TESTSCRIPTDIR"
 Debug "RESULTDIR $RESULTDIR"
 
 ############################### watch_rsh ##############################
 # local shell function, deals with a hanging rsh (kills it...)
@@ -900,16 +902,19 @@ qa_stat_main()
     incomplete_results 
     echo '</table>' >>$TMP_HTML_FILE
     echo '<a NAME="errorlist"></a>' >> $TMP_HTML_FILE
     cat $ERRORLIST  | sed -e "s/^/<br>/" >>$TMP_HTML_FILE
     cat $WARNINGLIST 2>/dev/null | sed -e "s/^/<br>/" >>$TMP_HTML_FILE 2>/dev/null
     rsaperf >>$TMP_HTML_FILE
     bc_header >>$TMP_HTML_FILE
     MACHINES_TO_CHECK="bct/"
+    TOTAL_TESTS=$BCT_TOTAL_TESTS
+    BEFORE_CONTEXT_GREP="" #WORKAROUND - errors in one outputlog within the first 
+    AFTER_CONTEXT_GREP=""  # or last lines will show up in the next/previos file
     qa_errorlist > $ERRORLIST
     platformlist 
     missing_platforms 
     incomplete_results 
     echo '</table>' >>$TMP_HTML_FILE
     echo '<a NAME="errorlist"></a>' >> $TMP_HTML_FILE
     cat $ERRORLIST  | sed -e "s/^/<br>/" >>$TMP_HTML_FILE
     cat $WARNINGLIST 2>/dev/null | sed -e "s/^/<br>/" >>$TMP_HTML_FILE 2>/dev/null