[Numpy-discussion] numpy.test() fails on Redhat Enterprise and Solaris

Christopher Hanley chanley at stsci.edu
Thu Jun 15 07:53:30 CDT 2006


The last successful run was with revision 2613.  However, revision 2624 
appears to have corrected the problem on Solaris.

Thanks,
Chris




Travis Oliphant wrote:
> Christopher Hanley wrote:
> 
>> The daily numpy build and tests I run have failed for revision 2617. 
>> Below is the error message I receive on my RHE 3 box:
>>
>> ====================================================================== 
>> FAIL: Check reading the nested fields of a nested array (1st level) 
>> ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
>> Traceback (most recent call last):  File 
>> "/data/sparty1/dev/site-packages/lib/python/numpy/core/tests/test_numerictypes.py", 
>> line 283, in check_nested1_acessors    dtype='U2'))  File 
>> "/data/sparty1/dev/site-packages/lib/python/numpy/testing/utils.py", 
>> line 139, in assert_equal    return assert_array_equal(actual, 
>> desired, err_msg)  File 
>> "/data/sparty1/dev/site-packages/lib/python/numpy/testing/utils.py", 
>> line 215, in assert_array_equal    verbose=verbose, header='Arrays are 
>> not equal')  File 
>> "/data/sparty1/dev/site-packages/lib/python/numpy/testing/utils.py", 
>> line 207, in assert_array_compare    assert cond, msg AssertionError: 
>> Arrays are not equal
>> (mismatch 100.0%) x: array([u'NN', u'OO'],      dtype='<U8') y: 
>> array([u'NN', u'OO'],      dtype='<U2')
>>
>> On my Solaris 8 box this same test causes a bus error:
>>
>> Check creation of single-dimensional objects ... ok Check creation of 
>> 0-dimensional objects ... ok Check creation of multi-dimensional 
>> objects ... ok Check creation of single-dimensional objects ... ok 
>> Check reading the top fields of a nested array ... ok Check reading 
>> the nested fields of a nested array (1st level)Bus Error (core dumped)
>>
>>   
> 
> Do you know when was the last successful run?   I think I know what may 
> be causing this, but the change was introduced several weeks ago...
> 
> -Travis
> 




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