[lsb-discuss] Questions about getting the LSB 4.1 certification

Alexandra Safta Alexandra.Safta at enea.com
Wed Mar 19 12:52:15 UTC 2014


Hello,

I am working on getting the LSB certification and don't understand very well the results of the tests.

I understood than we can get the certification if we have tests with the Severity: "failed (waived)". Can you explain me, please, what is the difference between Severity: failed, Severity: unresolved and Severity: unreported?
Also, if the Resolution is: Known Problem and the bug reporting that problem with the test/s is still unresolved does the test still need to be pass in order to get the certification ?
Another problem I got is regarding https://lsbbugs.linuxfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3814 . I reproduced the issue when running the LSB Perl tests (the tests has the Severity: Unreported) but Resolution is "No result" and not "Upstream bug" or "Known problem" as expected.

Thank you for your time!

Best regards,
Alexandra Safta

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