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From "Geir Magnusson Jr." <g...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: [drlvm] [test] Tracking smoke, kernel and c-unit tests by platform
Date Wed, 22 Nov 2006 14:32:46 GMT

Elena Semukhina wrote:
> On 11/22/06, Geir Magnusson Jr. <geir@pobox.com> wrote:
>> Right - my point is that excluding our thread tests is a big red flag.
>> I know that you and others have been working very hard to get this fixed.
> I managed to run kernel tests iteratively for 40 times on linux in jet, 
> opt,
> int (debug build, "once" mode) and have not seen a failure! ThreadTest was
> included. Tried the same on Windows 2003 and saw 1 failure of ThreadTest in
> jet mode. It failed on interrupting a waiting thread.

Meaning - when excluding ClassGenericsTest4, you have no problems?

If that's the case,  then what I think we should do is recognize that 
Windows XP and Windows 2003 are different operating systems and try to 
distinguish between them for purposes of exclusion?

I don't have a win2003 box so I can't figure this out.  What would be 
best is a non-destructive enhancement to classlibs properties.xml to add 
a "flavor" property, like


that we can use for distinguishing between WinXP and Win2003, Ubuntu and 
RHEL, etc....

> So it is worth to exclude ThreadTest on Windows. Should we do this on 
> linux?

Not if we aren't having any problems on Linux.  Our goal is to have as 
many tests as possible running at all times.  I think that as long as we 
don't have problems, we keep it.

> I'll continue my experiments tomorrow.

Excellent.  Thanks


> Thanks,
> Elena
> geir

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