StubToolkit must go!
james.graham at oracle.com
Wed Feb 6 16:53:43 PST 2013
On 2/6/13 8:30 AM, Richard Bair wrote:
> So my thought here is that if we can run 30,000 tests in < 5 min by allowing nearly all of them to be run in the same VM, then that is probably better than running 3,000 tests in separate VMs for the sake of our pre-commit testing. For the nightly run, we can certainly run them all in their same VM so that the analysis phase of failures is much simpler.
For reliability testing running them all in the same VM would actually
improve the coverage of our tests. If there is a snowball failure, then
an option to run them in separate VMs to sanity check if a single test
is causing the problem would be nice, but if we can't survive running
them all in the same VM then something is wrong with the product and we
should definitely know that...
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