Skip TestHealthKillContainer on Windows

This test is failing on Windows currently:

11:59:47 --- FAIL: TestHealthKillContainer (8.12s)
11:59:47     health_test.go:57: assertion failed: error is not nil: Error response from daemon: Invalid signal: SIGUSR1

That test was added recently in, but
rewritten in a commit in the same PR:

In that rewrite, there were some changes:

- originally it was skipped on Windows, but the rewritten test doesn't have that skip:

    testRequires(c, DaemonIsLinux) // busybox doesn't work on Windows

- the original test used `SIGINT`, but the new one uses `SIGUSR1`


- The Error bubbles up from:
- Interestingly; `ContainerKill` should validate if a signal is valid for the given platform, but somehow we don't hit that part;
- Windows only looks to support 2 signals currently
- Upstream Golang looks to define `SIGINT` as well;
- This looks like the current list of Signals upstream in Go;

const (
	// More invented values for signals
	SIGHUP  = Signal(0x1)
	SIGINT  = Signal(0x2)
	SIGQUIT = Signal(0x3)
	SIGILL  = Signal(0x4)
	SIGTRAP = Signal(0x5)
	SIGABRT = Signal(0x6)
	SIGBUS  = Signal(0x7)
	SIGFPE  = Signal(0x8)
	SIGKILL = Signal(0x9)
	SIGSEGV = Signal(0xb)
	SIGPIPE = Signal(0xd)
	SIGALRM = Signal(0xe)
	SIGTERM = Signal(0xf)

Signed-off-by: Sebastiaan van Stijn <>
(cherry picked from commit eeaa0b30d47e6b9dac8d8ea2ced6d5ce44c24463)
Signed-off-by: Dani Louca <>
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