#8 sysfs-perm test fail because of one ‘world-writeable’ file in /sys/kernel/debug
Opened 3 years ago by giardia. Modified 3 years ago

Running the default test i discovered a fail in the sysfs-perm test because it find one ‘world-writeable’ file in sysfs. The file happens to be /sys/kernel/debug/ieee80211/phy0/rc/fixed_rate_idx with permissions 666
Btw the debugfs file is world writeable normally and the directory /sys/kernel/debug is 700 so it really doesn't matter. Seems like a false positive fail, so i opening the issue as suggested in IRC @ #fedora-qa


i git pulled the new version of kernel-tests
Now the sysfs-perm test give WARN instead of FAIL, the final result of ./runtests.sh is not fail nor pass but WARN and when i give my FAS password to submit results , when submitting log file it gives an error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./fedora_submit.py", line 55, in <module>
print(req.message)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/munch/init.py", line 103, in getattr
raise AttributeError(k)
AttributeError: message

And the log is not submitted

Btw with -t performance the test PASS and the log is submitted correctly
https://apps.fedoraproject.org/datagrepper/id?id=2018-4a4ccb56-8505-471d-b380-c26a405e4b6e&is_raw=true&size=extra-large

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