> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Burba [mailto:ptburba_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: maandag 5 januari 2009 20:24
> To: D.J. Heap
> Cc: Bert Huijben; dev_at_subversion.tigris.org; Arfrever Frehtes Taifersar
> Subject: Re: Windows buildbot issues
> On Sat, Dec 27, 2008 at 12:47 PM, D.J. Heap <djheap_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Sat, Dec 27, 2008 at 4:37 AM, Bert Huijben <bert_at_vmoo.com> wrote:
> >> Hi D.J.,
> >> The windows subversion buildbot seems to have some errors while
> >> some/most svn.exe commands from python.
> Hi Bert,
> Are you seeing this error with actual svn.exe commands or only when
> attempting to run a Python script as a command? Are you seeing the
> problem yourself when running the tests? If not, could you try
> running them in parallel and see if it occurs then?
I tried running the tests when I send the original mail and they succeeded then (and now). I just retried running them with -p (parallel) and then I can reproduce the error.
I'm running (Activestate) python 2.5.1 here.
So it is probably the same issue as you are seeing.
> >> It says '%1' is not a valid
> >> executable, where '%1' should normally be filled with the executable
> >> (probably this is a bug in python). The test then says it succeeded,
> >> without
> >> any real work.
> >> I would guess that we have a python script problem or that one of
> the DLLs
> >> used by svn.exe is locked. Could you please look at the buildbot and
> >> to
> >> find what causes this problem?
> I'm able to replicate this problem with trunk_at_35030 but *only* when
> running the tests in parallel and *only* when the offending 'command'
> passed to svntest/main.py:open_pipe() is actually a Python script
> rather than an executable. Now AFAICT the only time
> main.py:open_pipe() is passed a Python script as the 'executable' is
> when running the tests in parallel, which would explain why I only see
> this when running the tests in parallel.
> Since Arfrever's r34863 the test suite use subprocess.Popen() rather
> than Popen3() in main.py:open_pipe(), if Python >=2.4, so maybe there
> is a bug with subprocess.Popen() on Windows. Or maybe all the
> non-Windows buildbots are using Python < 2.4 and it is simply invalid
> to pass a Python script as the the executable to subprocess.Popen() --
> Arfrever, what is your understanding of this? As you are the author
> of r34863 I thought you might have some insight...
> The attached patch fixes the problem for me on Windows, but before
> committing it I'd like to know whether this really is a Python bug, a
> bug in the test suite, or simply some oddity in my environment.
> P.S. FWIW I was using ActiveState Python 2.5.2, upgraded to 2.6.1, and
> still get the same problem.
> > Is it just the buildbot or anyone who runs the Windows tests? I will
> > at it when I have a chance -- the holiday week is not good for me,
> > so it may be a few days.
> > DJ
Received on 2009-01-06 15:49:54 CET