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2021-06-10upstream: Use $SUDO when reading sshd's pidfile here
OpenBSD-Regress-ID: 6bfb0d455d493f24839034a629c5306f84dbd409
2021-06-10upstream: Use $SUDO when reading sshd's pidfile in case it
created with a very restrictive umask. This resyncs with -portable. OpenBSD-Regress-ID: 07fd2af06df759d4f64b82c59094accca1076a5d
2021-06-10upstream: Add regress test for SIGHUP
while handling active and unauthenticated clients. Should catch anything similar to the pselect bug just fixed in sshd.c. OpenBSD-Regress-ID: 3b3c19b5e75e43af1ebcb9586875b3ae3a4cac73
eliminate explicit specification of protocol in tests and loops over protocol. We only support SSHv2 now. Upstream-Regress-ID: 0082838a9b8a382b7ee9cbf0c1b9db727784fadd
make it possible to run tests w/o ssh1 support; ok djm@
2015-02-26valgrind supportDamien Miller
re-add comment about full path
don't reset to the installed sshd; connect before reconfigure, too
2010-08-12 - (tim) [regress/ regress/ regress/reexec.shTim Rice
regress/] Under certain conditions when testing with sudo tests would fail because the pidfile could not be read by a regular user. "cat: cannot open ...../regress/pidfile: Permission denied (error 13)" Make sure cat is run by $SUDO. no objection from me. djm@
2005-11-12 - (dtucker) [regress/] Fix potential race in the reconfigureDarren Tucker
test: if sshd takes too long to reconfigure the subsequent connection will fail. Zap pidfile before HUPing sshd which will rewrite it when it's ready.
2003-09-04 - [regress/reconfigure/sh] Make path to sshd fully qualified if required.Darren Tucker
2003-06-22 - (dtucker) OpenBSD CVS Sync (regress/)Darren Tucker
- 2003/06/21 09:14:05 [] missing $SUDO; from - (dtucker) [regress/authorized_keys_root] Remove temp data file from CVS.
2003-06-18 - (dtucker) []Darren Tucker
Import new regression tests from OpenBSD