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From "Geir Magnusson Jr." <g...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: [drlvm] anyone else seeing drlvm tests fail?
Date Wed, 07 Feb 2007 00:12:00 GMT

On Feb 6, 2007, at 6:29 PM, Gregory Shimansky wrote:

> Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote:
>> On Feb 6, 2007, at 5:48 PM, Gregory Shimansky wrote:
>>> Geir, such messages are counter productive.
>> It's not counter productive, just incomplete :)
>>> Could you at least write on what platform you're running the  
>>> tests? I've just ran the tests on my bleeding edge Gentoo  
>>> installation on x86 and they all passed. So no, I don't see drlvm  
>>> tests failing.
>> I'm just watching my machines (ubuntu x86) and getting failures.   
>> I'm testing again to narrow it down.  I was also watching the  
>> alerts stream and we had by my count 10 failure messages today...
>
> Speaking of which I was going to ask this question a long time ago.  
> I am  not understanding these alerts at all.
>
> I am seeing a message like this (skipping unnecessary whitespace):
>
> [build-test alert] BUILD FAILED lnx gcc debug: drlvm
>
> Errors/Warnings:	(1)
> Unit Tests: (2310)
> All Tests Passed
>
> and wonder why the preceeding message like this
>
> [build-test alert] BUILD SUCCEEDED lnx gcc debug: classlib  over drlvm
> Errors/Warnings:	(169)
> Unit Tests: (19455)
> All Tests Passed
>
> was actually successful when there were 169 errors/warnings and in  
> the first it was only 1.
>
> These alerts contain so little information that it is impossible to  
> understand if it is a bug in the scripts (which I tend to think so  
> far) or something really is broken.

This is exactly one of my things to do this week - I can make *zero*  
sense of these things.  I will put in the XML snippet that we talked  
about so we have identifying information (which machine, OS, version  
of gcc, etc), and then try to get the breakage info into the script,  
rather than the junk that's there now.

I'll also go through the JIRAs - it seems like we aren't all running  
the same thing.  I've never sent out a "fixed" message, for example.

geir

>
> -- 
> Gregory
>


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