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  • lordmozilla
    started a topic PTS universe-cli .wav.tar.gz file not found

    PTS universe-cli .wav.tar.gz file not found

    Hello,

    I get this while trying to install universe-cli. Checked in http://www.phoronix-test-suite.com/benchmark-files and the file isn't there so it's no suprise that pts can't go and download it. Am i missing something? The box is using a download-cache for most of the file but decided to try and download this one.

    Downloading File: pts-trondheim-wav.tar.gz

    --09:59:14-- http://www.phoronix-test-suite.com/b...eim-wav.tar.gz
    Connecting to 193.128.223.36:80... connected.
    Proxy request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
    09:59:14 ERROR 404: Not Found.


    The MD5 check-sum of the downloaded file is incorrect.
    Would you like to try downloading the file again (Y/n)?

  • Michael
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    Originally posted by lordmozilla View Post
    Thanks alot that works fine now. How would you recommend uninstalling PTS then when upgrading?
    Just deleting /usr/share/phoronix-test-suite/ for now... I need to come up with a clean way.

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  • lordmozilla
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    Thanks alot that works fine now. How would you recommend uninstalling PTS then when upgrading?

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  • Michael
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    /usr/share/phoronix-test-suite/pts/test-resources/compress-gzip/

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  • lordmozilla
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    Err thinking about it just now, if it was with the generic install-sh or some other approach, I bet it's because the install script doesn't remove the old contents and so PTS went from having a downloads.xml file for that test to having none, since everything is all generated now for it on the fly. So if you just rm that downloads.xml file within pts/test-resources/compress-gzip/ it should fix that.
    Where is the pts folder located? or do you mean .phoronix-test-suite/test-ressources in the home dir from where the test was run from? Because I created the user pts just the other day and that home dir has never had another version of PTS. I used to run from root simply because i didn't want to create a nis user and the files where too big for the NFS share and symbolically linking them would cause obvious problems on other boxes.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    Which way had you been installing it? So I know whether there's a bug in any of the install scripts or what.
    Err thinking about it just now, if it was with the generic install-sh or some other approach, I bet it's because the install script doesn't remove the old contents and so PTS went from having a downloads.xml file for that test to having none, since everything is all generated now for it on the fly. So if you just rm that downloads.xml file within pts/test-resources/compress-gzip/ it should fix that.

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  • lordmozilla
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    it's running rhel5 64bit, i've been using the install script. (install.sh)

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by lordmozilla View Post
    It's had quite a lot of pts versions installed on it since like 0.1 probably. What would you recommend to clean up properly?
    Which way had you been installing it? So I know whether there's a bug in any of the install scripts or what.

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  • lordmozilla
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    It's had quite a lot of pts versions installed on it since like 0.1 probably. What would you recommend to clean up properly?

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  • Michael
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    Hmmm how are you running PTS? Did you run an install script or a distribution package or what? Something isn't updated right for you. compress-gzip hasn't used the trondheim wav file since like v0.7 or so if I recall correctly. With the stable version, it generates a file using dd and doesn't require any downloads.

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