Makes sense. Feel free to do so.
mahadev On 7/23/08 9:12 AM, "James Strachan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > FWIW I've ran the tests a few times; I think all these 4 tests have > timing failures in them. I've seen all of them fail on OS X at some > point. Sometimes only 2 will fail. On Linux I've seen just ClientTest > fail. > > > 2008/7/23 Patrick Hunt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: >> I'm on ubuntu (hardy heron) and they work. Our CI machine has intermittent >> failures (solaris x86): >> http://hudson.zones.apache.org/hudson/view/ZooKeeper/job/ZooKeeper-trunk/ >> >> there's some timing issue, what you're seeing is probably related to: >> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ZOOKEEPER-61 >> >> Frankly tests and docs are both areas that ZooKeeper could use _a lot_ of >> care and feeding. Tests in particular could use some refactoring and a >> better implementation for launching/testing/stopping client/server tests. >> >> As you're able to reproduce the issue reliably would you like to take on 61? >> Feel free to assign to yourself if so. > > As a newbie on the project its hard enough grokking ZK itself and > attempting to contribute patches, but fixing bad test cases of ZK is > even harder :) I was hoping the folks who know ZK really well can fix > the tests they've written :). But I'll take a look and see if I can > see anything obvious I can do to help with my limited knowledge of the > history of the code and internals. > > How about we raise a JIRA for all tests that fail?