[cfe-users] Amazon AMI for clang sanitizers?

Dmitri Gribenko gribozavr at gmail.com
Sat Nov 22 20:01:49 PST 2014

On Sat, Nov 22, 2014 at 6:46 PM, Brian Cole <coleb at eyesopen.com> wrote:
> We're seeing a lot of value out of the clang address and thread sanitizers.
> We would like to get the memory sanitizer working as well, though the
> process is quite "fiddly" due to the libc++ being compiled with MSan as
> well. We're also seeing the address and thread sanitizer builds put quite a
> load on our continuous integration test machine, even for a build we only do
> once a night.
> As such, it would be beneficial to spin off all the sanitizer builds onto an
> Amazon EC2 node. Does anyone have a Linux AMI they could share that already
> has the MSan libc++ libraries on it that would be required for those builds?
> Would save me a ton of time.

If you can prepare configuration files for zorg, we can put the
builder on one of my machines.


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