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From Clebert Suconic <>
Subject Re: How is ActiveMQ 6.0 for continual integration / testing?
Date Wed, 01 Apr 2015 20:01:10 GMT
For every Pull Request sent (e.g:

There will be a build with a considerable sized testsuite running..
which we call fast-test

This will validate tests, CheckStyle and Licensing.

This will run the entire JMS tests, unit-tests and some other tests.
It's worth looking at:

We then run the entire testsuite daily:

There are some failures on this environment now but that's something
we are working to solve with Infra. They run ok on my personal dev
enrionment and some other servers I have access to.

We are in hold now based on the discussions on dev-list this week, but
we should fix that soon.

Anyway, I hope you get the picture.. PRs are rejected if they fail the
basic testsuite, and we will monitor the entire testsuite daily.

On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 3:48 PM, Kevin Burton <> wrote:
> This was one of the things that bothered/bothers me about ActiveMQ 5.x… the
> test takes 24 hours to run.  I’ve never actually had any success getting it
> to run because it’s crashed on me every time.  (even for release builds).
> Our internal tests take 20 minutes to build… and that is too long IMO.
> Certainly our tests could be more comprehensive but I think they’re pretty
> damn good right now.
> Would be good if ActiveMQ 6.0 could resolve this and we could get builds
> integrated quickly after a commit. :)
> Kevin
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Clebert Suconic

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