marcoabreu commented on issue #9857: Core dump DROPOUT_PERF.TimingGPU
   No, this would waste too many resources. Generally, multiple failures can be 
fixed by one change. If we wouldn't follow fail-fast, a lot of time would be 
wasted. Considering the fact that PRs should be small, the chance of multiple 
independent bugs causing multiple test failures is quite small compared to the 
number of total tests executed within every PR.
   The right approach is to fix one test failure, create a new commit and then 
fix the next test failure. While this actually sounds pretty wasteful as well, 
past experience has shown that this is rarely required.
   Additionally, we're currently working on something that allows you to run 
tests locally in exactly the same way the CI does. This will allow you to test 
yourself before pushing it to the CI.

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