For reference, I found similar timing issues and filed bugs for the
In Ubuntu, we relaxed the timing of the failing tests until they
passed on all release architectures.
Hi Graham and thanks for bringing this up again.
Il 07/04/2018 18:13, Graham Inggs ha scritto:
> This situation seems to get worse with each new version of nodejs.
> In Ubuntu, where autopkgtests are run for every release architecture,
> node-liftoff failed on armhf  and arm64 
> > I'm pretty hardcore on tests being determinstic, so merely increasing
> > the wait time feels especially gross to me. :)
> Would you please explain your objection to timeouts in tests?
Well, we should probably separate the cases of using /timing/ in tests as
part of, say,
On 7 April 2018 at 18:22, Chris Lamb wrote:
> Well, just to be 100% clear, I don't propose increasing the timeout at
> all: I'm pretty hardcode on tests being determinstic so merely increasing
> the wait time feels especially gross to me. :)
Would you please explain
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Thanks for the followup.
> Chris, you wrote "...the test would still be unreliable whatever value
> you choose", can you propose something other than increasing the
Well, just to be 100% clear, I don't propose
This situation seems to get worse with each new version of nodejs.
In Ubuntu, where autopkgtests are run for every release architecture,
node-liftoff failed on armhf  and arm64  since the upload of
We resorted to increasing the timeout from 5000 to 1 in
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> In the log you attached this line:
> [0m[31m Error: timeout of 5000ms exceeded[0m[90m
> looks different from what you report in the bug:
> [0m[31m Error: timeout of 1ms exceeded[0m[90m
Praveen Arimbrathodiyil wrote:
> Can you try to increase the timeout to say 1 or 2 and see
> if it succeeds.
I'm sure it will, but the test would still be unreliable whatever value
: :' : Chris Lamb
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Justification: fails to build from source
node-liftoff's testsuite appears to use method
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