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From "David W. Van Couvering" <David.Vancouver...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Regression Test Failure! - TinderBox_Derby 375885 - Sun DBTG
Date Wed, 08 Feb 2006 18:22:37 GMT
My understanding it's the wall clock time.  Which means we're doing 
pretty darn good!  It makes me wonder if we should set a new baseline?

David

Bryan Pendleton wrote:
>> Duration % is compared to some baseline which is given in the last row 
>> of (in this case) testSummary-375885.html
> 
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> But I'm afraid I'm still confused. Take, for example, this part of
> the larger table:
> 
>   derbyall   630 6 624 0
>     Duration   45.6%
> 
> I see that in this particular example, there were 630 tests, and
> 6 of them passed, and 624 of them failed, and 0 were skipped.
> 
> And I see at the bottom that it says:
> 
>   Baseline for duration is rev.: 226900 2005-08-02 00:33:20 CEST
>   (SunOS-5.10 i86pc-i386)
> 
> But what does "Duration 45.6%" mean? Is it telling me something
> about the wall clock execution time of this test suite? Or is it
> telling me something about the pass/fail rate? Or is it telling me
> something else entirely?
> 
> Each suite seems to have a Duration value, but the numbers don't
> seem to some up to 100%, and they don't seem related to the success
> or failure of the individual tests in that suite.
> 
> I'm sorry I'm being so dense here, but you seem to be telling me
> that some test suite ("derbyall") is 45.6% of a revision, and I
> don't understand what it means for a suite to be a percentage of
> a revision.
> 
> thanks,
> 
> bryan
> 
> 

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