[lldb-dev] mind if I try allowing reruns on arm/aarch64?
Todd Fiala via lldb-dev
lldb-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu Dec 17 10:39:42 PST 2015
(And, as an aside, I may just nuke the serial test runner anyway, since we
can do it with a multi-worker runner with a single worker just fine, and
reduce the code size --- I really don't see a good reason to keep the
serial test runner strategy anymore except for a purely theoretical sense).
On Thu, Dec 17, 2015 at 10:37 AM, Todd Fiala <todd.fiala at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Ying,
> I am speculating that the rerun logic issue where we saw the hang may be
> more of a serial test runner issue. Would you mind if I re-enabled the
> arm/aarch64 inclusion in the rerun logic now that I made a change based on
> this speculation? It would be a relatively quick way to check if the
> serial test runner is the issue, since now the rerun logic will not use the
> serial test runner but rather the normal parallel runner with a single
> worker (so, the same intent but expressed another way, using the test
> runners we use all the time). If we still hit the issue, it is unrelated
> to the serial test runner strategy. If we don't see the issue, then: (1)
> great, we have a solution, and (2) I know I need to look into the serial
> test runner strategy which may need some updates for recent changes.
> How does that sound? If I enable it and it times out, I'll just revert
> the change and we'll go back to normal. (And I'll know more about the
> issue, albeit with more investigation necessary). If it works just fine,
> we'll leave it this way (and I'll know I need to look into the serial test
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