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Author xdegaye
Recipients Alex.Willmer, benjamin.peterson, serhiy.storchaka, stutzbach, xdegaye
Date 2016-11-04.15:47:23
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The tests are run on an ext4 file system.
test_large_file_ops does not fail on the x86_64 and arm64 (aka aarch64) Android 64 bits platforms.
test_large_file_ops still fails on x86 with the latest Android API level 24 (i.e. the latest released libc).

FWIW, the second item in may explain why there is still no large file support on Android 32 bits platforms.
HAVE_LARGEFILE_SUPPORT cannot be used to skip the test since it is also undefined on the Android 64 bits platforms and on linux x86_64.
This new patch is not specific to Android and uses the same method as the one used in test_mmap to skip the test on platforms that do not support large files.
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