Aaron T. Myers 2012-09-14, 18:23
On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 11:23 AM, Aaron T. Myers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> So, if you see a test case fail by reaching the Surefire fork timeout,
> please file a JIRA to add a JUnit timeout for that test. If when adding a
> test case you think that it might time out, please add a JUnit timeout.
I'd go one step further:
If you add any test that isn't a true "unit" test (ie it relies on any
mulithreading, either explicitly or by using miniclusters, etc), you
should add a timeout. Even if it has to be conservative (like 5
minutes on a test that you expect only runs 10 seconds), it seems
better than waiting for it to timeout and then later having to go back
and add one.
Software Engineer, Cloudera