[Release-testers] [3.8 Release] RC3 has been tagged
Daniel Sanders via Release-testers
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Wed Mar 2 16:52:14 PST 2016
> > > > clang+llvm-3.8.0-rc3-mipsel-linux-gnu.tar.xz
> > > > My machine died during the check-all stage and disappeared from the
> > > network. I've fixed it and am currently running the last few bits of test-
> > > release.sh manually.
> > >
> > > Thanks, let me know how this turns out.
> > >
> > > So far, it sounds like there are no new issues in rc3, so I'm hoping
> > > we can make that the final version for 3.8.0 real soon.
> > >
> > > Cheers,
> > > Hans
> > >
> > 'check-all' is still killing the machine but I think I know what the problem is. While investigating some of the rc2
> > problems I noticed that g++-multilib wasn't installed and this was disabling the mips64el sanitizers. Installing this
> > didn't cause problems at the time but I've noticed that some of the mips64el sanitizer tests are very memory hungry.
> > I noticed several occasions where parallel asan tests were consuming ~200% of RAM and it would have been
> > swapping heavily (on a USB2 disk) to cope. If later tests require even more RAM then it would explain why the
> > system stops responding. I'm going to uninstall g++-multilib and rebuild rc3. Hopefully that will make check-all work
> > again.
> It seems there's was still just enough multilib support on the machine to trigger mips64el sanitizers again but having worked
> around that the parts of lit that aren't mips64el sanitizers are working so far. llvm-lit is still going but big-endian mips and cross
> compilation was fine so I'm expecting little endian to be ok too. It's showing an ETA of about 90 mins for the remaining tests
> from clang and llvm at the moment. I'm going to run the MIPS32 sanitizer lit tests after that.
This is proving to be a long 90 mins :-). It's currently at 93% and estimating 15 mins but that estimate has been slowly creeping upwards for the last hour or so. I'll check on it first thing in the morning.
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