Re: [PATCH v10] lib: checksum: Use aligned accesses for ip_fast_csum and csum_ipv6_magic tests

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On 2/29/24 11:38, Charlie Jenkins wrote:
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Tough one. I can't enable CONFIG_NET_TEST on nios2, parisc, and arm with THUMB
enabled due to crashes or hangs in gso tests. I accept that. Downside is that I
have to disable CONFIG_NET_TEST on those architectures/platforms entirely,
meaning a whole class of tests are missing for those architectures. I would
prefer to have a configuration option such as CONFIG_NET_GSO_TEST to let me
disable the problematic tests for the affected platforms so I can run all
the other network unit tests. Yes, obviously something is wrong either with
the affected tests or with the implementation of the tested functionality
on the affected systems, but that could be handled separately if a separate
configuration option existed, and new regressions in other tests on the affected
architectures could be identified as they happen.

I think I got confused here, is this an issue with the tests included in
this patch or is it unrelated?

Unrelated. It was intended to be an example of another set of tests which
suffer from a similar problem (crash on certain architectures if enabled).
Sorry for the confusion.


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