Commit 10079452 authored by Tomek Mrugalski's avatar Tomek Mrugalski 🛰
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[3795] Changes after review:

 - comments in pkt6-receive-drop fixed
parent b4ecbba0
......@@ -362,7 +362,7 @@ TEST_F(SARRTest, pkt6ReceiveDropStat1) {
client.useServerId(bogus_srv_id);
client.doRequest();
// Ok, let's check the statistics. None should be present.
// Ok, let's check the statistic. pkt6-receive-drop should be set to 1.
using namespace isc::stats;
StatsMgr& mgr = StatsMgr::instance();
......@@ -373,8 +373,7 @@ TEST_F(SARRTest, pkt6ReceiveDropStat1) {
}
// This test verifies that pkt6-receive-drop is increased properly when the
// client's packet is rejected due to having too many client-id options
// (exactly one is expected).
// client's packet is rejected due to being unicast communication.
TEST_F(SARRTest, pkt6ReceiveDropStat2) {
// Let's use one of the existing configurations and tell the client to
......@@ -387,7 +386,7 @@ TEST_F(SARRTest, pkt6ReceiveDropStat2) {
client.setDestAddress(asiolink::IOAddress("2001:db8::1")); // Pretend it's unicast
client.doSolicit();
// Ok, let's check the statistics. None should be present.
// Ok, let's check the statistic. pkt6-receive-drop should be set to 1.
using namespace isc::stats;
StatsMgr& mgr = StatsMgr::instance();
......@@ -398,7 +397,8 @@ TEST_F(SARRTest, pkt6ReceiveDropStat2) {
}
// This test verifies that pkt6-receive-drop is increased properly when the
// client's packet is rejected due to having too many
// client's packet is rejected due to having too many client-id options
// (exactly one is expected).
TEST_F(SARRTest, pkt6ReceiveDropStat3) {
// Let's use one of the existing configurations and tell the client to
......@@ -416,7 +416,7 @@ TEST_F(SARRTest, pkt6ReceiveDropStat3) {
client.useServerId(client.getClientId());
client.doSolicit();
// Ok, let's check the statistics. None should be present.
// Ok, let's check the statistic. pkt6-receive-drop should be set to 1.
using namespace isc::stats;
StatsMgr& mgr = StatsMgr::instance();
......
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