On 07/17/2012 04:28 PM, Noah Misch wrote:
On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 01:56:19PM -0400, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
Excerpts from Andrew Dunstan's message of dom jul 15 16:42:22 -0400 2012:
I'm looking into that. But given that the default is to set
max_prepared_transactions to 0, shouldn't we just remove that test from the
normal installcheck schedule?
That's a thought -- AFAIR we do provide a numeric_big test that's not
exercised by the regular regress schedule, for a precedent.
It would be nice to have a pattern for adding tests run less often than "every
commit" but more often than "whenever a human explicitly remembers the test
and invokes it manually". Perhaps a schedule that the recommended buildfarm
configuration would somehow run every two weeks and before each release
(including betas and branch releases).
We have some support for that sort of thing. The optional_steps feature
can run with a minimum number of hours between runs. Currently the only
supported such steps are build_docs and find_typedefs. If there are
extra tests we'd want run in that fashion then they would need code
added for them.
Meanwhile, I would like to remove the prepared_transactions test from
the main isolation schedule, and add a new Make target which runs that
test explicitly. Is there any objection to that?
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