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From Stack <st...@duboce.net>
Subject Re: Build failed in Jenkins: HBase-0.94 #330
Date Mon, 16 Jul 2012 21:46:40 GMT
On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 6:09 AM, lars hofhansl <lhofhansl@yahoo.com> wrote:
> It happened again, and two more runs with test failures.
> In seems that unless we can accept a build not created by the build machines, but instead
locally on my machine, we're at the moment unable to produce a release.

I used to always make releases by building locally.  Its only in the
last six months or year that I figured I could take what was made by

> I can easily do that if people are willing to accept an artifact created that way. Please
let me know.
> I would also support the stance that we should not release another version before we
sorted that out. Opinions are welcome.

I think it'd be fine making the 0.94.1RC0.

> It's interesting that the security build has none of the problems. There at least 1/2
of the builds succeed.

Yeah.  Thats interesting.  As Andrew speculates, its different order
of unit tests or extra friction makes tests pass.

> Do you know how to get access to the Jenkins machines?

It seemed "difficult" last time I asked:

> What we need to do is (1) analyze the tests and see why the fail/hang and (2) what the
heck is up with the Jenkins machines.

On 1., yeah, its an ongoing job that we've been slacking on.  We could
organize a swat team to dig in.    It'll take a bit of work.  Seems
like a bunch of flakey tests and then there are the times it passes
where a test is hung (but it looks like all passed).

> Jean-Marc said many tests fail as part of a bigger run and than pass when run in isolation.
That is still not acceptable, IMHO.



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