Results for mass autopkgtest run for all perl packages [2014-09-11]
I'm starting a new thread to keep the original one for the generic
discussion and this to fixing the particular failures.
Yesterday I started another run with the complete batch and let it run
over night. To avoid the problem of having to kill hanging tests (most
often just in their cleanup, the actual tests usually work fine) I ran
them with --timeout-test=300 (i. e. 5 minutes). This killed 14 tests
(grep for "testbed failed: timed out"). Apologies if this killed a
legitimately running test, I'm happy to re-run those without a short
timeout (or you just do it yourself).
FYI, the whole run took 11 hours; that's with a filled apt-cacher-ng,
directory (i. e. not tarball) schroot, and putting overlays in tmpfs.
The exit code bug indeed caused a lot of false passes, now the numbers
look quite a bit worse:
Total: 2713 <https://people.debian.org/~mpitt/tmp/perl-all.txt>
Passing: 1765 (65%)
Failing: 948 (35%) <https://people.debian.org/~mpitt/tmp/perl-failed-tests.txt>
As before, the failed logs are in
This time I kept the successful logs as well; for easier grepping etc.
I prefixed the directories with "fail-" and "pass-":
(8 MB compressed, 367 MB uncompressed)
The command to run this:
for p in $(< pkgs); do if env -u DISPLAY adt-run -o $p --timeout-test=300 $p --- schroot sid; then mv $p pass-$p; else mv $p fail-$p; fi; done
I updated debian-ci-config with the new failures.
Martin Pitt | http://www.piware.de
Ubuntu Developer (www.ubuntu.com) | Debian Developer (www.debian.org)
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