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Re: ra_dav regression tests failing trunk@26540

From: Hyrum K. Wright <hyrum_wright_at_mail.utexas.edu>
Date: 2007-09-12 00:02:49 CEST

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Karl Fogel wrote:
> Philip Martin <philip@codematters.co.uk> writes:
>> A number of the regression tests fail when I run them over ra_dav, I
>> think it is related to the new depth stuff. Is this expected? Are
>> the DAV tests known to fail at present? Or is my development
>> environment faulty?
>
> That's not expected, AFAIK. Last time I ran DAV tests (w/ neon, not
> serf, mea culpa) they passed for me. I'll try again.

The ra_neon tests have been failing since Ben merged the copy-on-updates
branch a few days ago. I believe they are being caused by a single bug,
and is being investigated.

>> While investigating this problem I was looking at the apache logs and
>> it seems as if the 1.5 client is making significantly more requests
>> than 1.4 made. Take svnversion_tests number 1, one of the failing
>> tests, as an example. If I break out of the test before the switch
>> and then run the switch manually (always using the 1.5 server) I see
>> many more Apache log entries with the 1.5 client than the 1.4 client.
>> Is this a problem? Will it affect performance? Is it the cause of
>> the failing test?
>
> I don't know the answer to this (right now).

Probably not the cause of the failing tests, but definitely something
that we should look into. I know at least a few people have expressed
concern that we've become a bit lazy with our usage of ra_sessions.

- -Hyrum
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