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Author yan12125
Recipients aeros, asvetlov, benjamin.peterson, hroncok, miss-islington, nanjekyejoannah, njs, vstinner, yan12125, yselivanov
Date 2019-11-22.12:30:23
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Thank you very much for the commit "Skip test_posix.test_pidfd_open() on EPERM"! I can confirm it makes test_posix pass inside a systemd-nspawn container on Arch Linux. On the other hand, I found that tests were broken as both systemd libseccomp on Arch Linux were out-dated. With recently-pushed systemd 243.162-2 and locally-updated libseccomp 2.4.2, os.pidfd_open() works fine. Apparently [1] and [2] are relevant fixes.

By the way, upgrading systemd and libseccomp also fixes test_signal.PidfdSignalTest [3], which is added two days ago [4].

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