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From Aled Sage <>
Subject Disable non-deterministic failing unit tests, while fixing them [BROOKLYN-272]
Date Tue, 24 May 2016 08:54:05 GMT
Hi all,

TL;DR: let's disable non-deterministic failing unit tests while they are 
being fixed.


We have a small number of non-deterministic test failures that are 
causing false-negatives when jenkins builds master or builds a PR branch.

Clearly we should fix these tests (either re-writing them to avoid 
non-determinism, or fixing whatever underlying bug it is exposing).

However, I think we need a pragmatic short-term solution to get our 
jenkins build being reliable+believable asap. We've been living with the 
occasional jenkins build failure for far too long!

I've created:


The issue tracks the failing tests, and the PR disables them, marking 
them in testng as:

    @Test(groups={"WIP", "Non-deterministic-failure"})



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