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Re: Tests on Windows

From: D.J. Heap <dj_at_shadyvale.net>
Date: 2003-07-12 23:21:12 CEST

After running tests (5 repeats) on 3 different machines, the only test
that is failing consistently is svnlook_test 3:

PASS: svnlook_tests.py 2: delete file in moved dir
CMD: svnadmin.exe "create" "repositories/svnlook_tests-3"
"--bdb-txn-nosync" <TIME = 1.402000>
CMD: svnadmin.exe dump "local_tmp/repos" | svnadmin.exe load
"repositories/svnlook_tests-3" <TIME = 0.000000>
CMD: svn.exe "co" "--username" "jrandom" "--password" "rayjandom"
"working_copies/svnlook_tests-3" <TIME = 2.173000>
CMD: svn.exe "propset" "bogus_prop" "bogus_val"
"working_copies/svnlook_tests-3/iota" <TIME = 0.080000>
CMD: svn.exe "ci" "-m" """" "working_copies/svnlook_tests-3/iota" <TIME
= 0.081000>
svn: Path is not a working copy directory
svn: 'D:\Projects\Subversion\junk\subversion\tests\clients\cmdline' is
not a working copy
FAIL: svnlook_tests.py 3: test the printing of property diffs
END: svnlook_tests.py

The rest of them are somewhat consistent in failing on a single machine,
but hardly at all on different machines. Interestingly, the faster the
machine, the more (and more often) tests fail. A 3ghz PC fails a couple
more tests somewhat consistently than a 2.2ghz machine does. And my
1.1ghz laptop doesn't fail any _ever_ except for the svnlook_test 3.
All have WinXP SP1 + updates, and all are running identical binaries.

I wish I could repro the apparent FS race outside of the tests and
stress, but after wasting another half a day on it, I can't. And my
test sources are so full of crap now I can hardly read them myself.

What do you think my chances are of sending a zipped up pre-built
Subversion directory with instructions on running stress.pl to MS and
having them look at it? :P

By the way, does anyone have a Windows script to automatically update,
build, run tests and email results to svn-breakage? I'll set it up on
my machine to run nightly, if there's interest. I can eventually come
up with one, but was hoping someone (Brane?) had done a chunk of it already.


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