Hello Hiro,

You can ignore the python error, it's benign here.

FAUCET is getting OFErrors in response to its flows - a good first step is for you to parse those errors to figure out why. There should be 0 OFErrors (you can run with OVS to compare). This means that some flows are not getting installed and they will absolutely cause the tests to fail.

On Fri, May 11, 2018 at 8:02 PM Hirokazu Takahashi <takahashi.hirokazu@lab.ntt.co.jp> wrote:

I'm Hirokazu Takahashi a member of Lagopus developers.
I'm now testing Faucet and Lagopus with Marc Bruyere.

The attached is the console log of the faucet/tests.
I can see several failures, so I'll check them.

At the end of the log, it seems that the test was quit by a python error.
If you know the reason of this error, please let me know.

I'm running both of the faucet/tests and Lagopus on virtual machines.
I'm using the master branch of Faucet.
For Lagopus, I'm using the branch below on my forked repository.
The branch has a couple of fixes to run the faucet/tests with Lagopus.


Thank you,
Hirokazu Takahashi
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