On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 12:17 PM, Nicolas Liochon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> HBase-trunk build starts to be in a better shape now, we're likely other
> 50% success rate now. I've got a few questions however.
> Issues were:
> - Trunk built on ubuntu* machines where using jdk 1.7 while the precommit,
> on hadoop*, was on 1.6
> - precommit can't be set to use 1.7. It uses 1.6 32bits, as set by
> - Trunk builds are executed in parallel with other builds, while for
> precommit, hbase is alone on is machine.
> - jenkins, on precommit, often fails to parse the build results (jenkins
> memory issue, still open, see below).
> - changed the jdk to 1.6
> - set the test parallelisation to 2 on trunk/ubuntu
> - fixed various test flakiness
> - increased the test timeout of a few tests to 60s. We should not set the
> timeout to lower values, it makes them dependant to the machine env. When
> in doubt, don't use them imho, or set them to 10 minutes or more.
> - changes some logs from debug to trace or even remove some.
> Still to be done:
> - install the jdk 1.7 64 bits on the hadoop* machines. Someone knows how
> to do that?
> - find a way to make it used by the test even if we use the script
> - increase the memory of the Jenkins JVM. Again, someone knows how to do
> - use all the hadoop* to build. We're using 3 out of the 9 available
> today. Any reason for this?
> - there are still some flaky tests...