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Re: Tests take longer to run.

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2003-02-22 15:24:14 CET

Michael <mixtim@ispwest.com> writes:

> OK, I thought it was my imagination at first but it isn't. Ever since
> the "sleep" changes, "make check" takes MUCH longer to run on my FreeBSD
> box.
> For long periods of time there is 0% cpu usage and everything (including
> python) is waiting in select or poll.

Can you identify which commands are "running" during these periods?

> Anyone have any idea why? Its kind of annoying to have to start it
> before I go to bed so I don't notice the HOURS its taking on my 1GHz
> Athlon.

Assuming the problem occurs when the command line client is running,
can you reproduce it from the command line? Try something like

$ cd subversion/tests/clients/cmdline
$ svn co file://`pwd`/repositories/externals_tests-1 wc

On my Linux box I get seven checkouts (six externals) with one short
sleep at the end.

Philip Martin
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