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commit 535d2ff4f2f755faa8b1a9e467833eca455bd2d7
Author: Mark Wielaard <mark@klomp.org>
Date:   Thu Apr 11 18:06:34 2019 +0200

    none/tests/amd64-linux/map_32bits.vgtest fails too easily
    
    On various systems none/tests/amd64-linux/map_32bits.vgtest fails with:
    first mmap: Cannot allocate memory.
    
    The problem is that the --aspace-minaddr is too tight. Newer glibc seem
    to mmap some memory and so even our first mmap with MMAP_32BIT will fail.
    
    The solution is to make a bit more memory < 2GB available.
    If there is 16MB available the test always seems to succeed without
    needing too many tries. The original 256K is too low.
    
    https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=406422

diff --git a/none/tests/amd64-linux/map_32bits.vgtest b/none/tests/amd64-linux/map_32bits.vgtest
index 2b7f3a0..43011e3 100644
--- a/none/tests/amd64-linux/map_32bits.vgtest
+++ b/none/tests/amd64-linux/map_32bits.vgtest
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 prog: map_32bits
 # take a big aspacemgr minaddr, to quickly reach the 2GB limit
-vgopts: -q --aspace-minaddr=0x7ff60000
+vgopts: -q --aspace-minaddr=0x7f000000
 stderr_filter: filter_stderr