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From Daniel Kulp <>
Subject Re: Failures of unit tests on 2.2 snapshot
Date Mon, 26 Jan 2009 19:30:12 GMT

Just FYI:  I figured out the last systest failure using JDK 1.6.x on Linux.    
I'll get that committed shortly.   It would be great if you could then retry 
to see if things look better for you.

Judging from the errors you've seen, I think I need to get a jdk 1.6 build up 
and running someplace.   I pretty much always use jdk 1.5 and it looks like 
1.6 is what has caused you the most issues, not Windows.


On Saturday 24 January 2009 6:45:34 pm Christian Schneider wrote:
> Hi Dan,
> a integration test system running on Windows would sure help a lot. In
> the mean time I am trying to figure out why I get those
> unit test failures and solve them. I have started with an easy example
> that I documented in
> Could you look into this and check if the failure happens on the current
> continuous integration system too?
> I would like to have a working build soon to get some confidence before
> doing commits. Currently I can only do some isolated tests and hope
> that the build on the integration system tells me that I did well and
> correct eventual errors later.
> Greetings
> Christian
> Daniel Kulp schrieb:
> > I can try.   One holdup has been the "integration" of the IONA
> > infrastructure with the Progress infrastructure.     Until that's
> > completed, it's hard to figure out how to get anything done.  :-(
> >
> > They ARE talking about moving the current Linux box (4 year old box) into
> > a VM on a more modern box.   I don't know yet what exactly that will
> > entail but if it's a vmware thing, then we might be able to get a windows
> > vm on there as well.
> >
> > That said,  we do run the "fuse" versions on windows every night  (and HP
> > and Solaris and AIX and OSX).   I probably should pay more attention to
> > those builds.  There wouldn't be notifications from those builds to
> > apache folks though.
> >
> > Dan

Daniel Kulp

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