-Re: problems running tests in IntelliJ
Jacques Nadeau 2013-12-29, 16:52
Try setting the environment variable to override the scripts.
On Dec 28, 2013 12:52 PM, "Jason Altekruse" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Hi Ravisankar,
> I did a search on the codebase and it appears that this directory is set
> in a number of different locations. It looks like many of them are just
> parts of scripts that are setting the system variable DRILL_LOG_DIR. Other
> uses appear in several different configuration files in two of the projects
> I unfortunately have not been keeping up with the actual codebase changes
> the last few months, so there might be a solution to this already in the
> Do we have a good place to store global system configuration options like
> this? Or is this not actually a global option that should be set in these
> various locations?
> - Jason Altekruse
> On Sat, Dec 28, 2013 at 12:05 PM, Ravisankar Sivasubramaniam <
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Hi Jason,
>> This email is not directly related to the problem you are trying to
>> resolve. Is the folder "/var/log/drill" configurable? I am currently
>> doing the setup for Windows and if the above path is hard coded in the
>> application, I may have problems running the tests in Windows platform.
>> Warm regards,
>> > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> > Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2013 16:20:18 -0600
>> > Subject: problems running tests in IntelliJ
>> > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> > hello All,
>> > I was running a full build before pushing a patch when I ran into a
>> > with the build.
>> > Three of the tests were having trouble creating a file in
>> > After creating the directory and giving it 777 permissions I am able to
>> > the tests in the command line, but IntelliJ is still having trouble
>> > the tests.
>> > Can anyone using IntelliJ try running
>> > the TestTraceMultiRecordBatch.testFilter test?
>> > As an aside, would it be worth adding the directory creation to the
>> > and require elevated permissions? Its not a large problem, but I believe
>> > anyone trying to clone master right now will have to read the failed
>> > log and figure out they need to create the directory.
>> > - Jason Altekruse