Student preparing for GSoC
austinenglish at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 22:57:27 CDT 2018
On Mar 22, 2018 22:52, "Kieran Duggan" <kieranduggan15 at gmail.com> wrote:
Would making the tests safe to run in parallel be a good proposal idea? Or
is it too ambitious for a summer project.
Running these tests in one process is painstaking on my FX-8350
On Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 11:47 PM, Kieran Duggan <kieranduggan15 at gmail.com>
> That makes sense
> On Thu, Mar 22, 2018, 11:45 PM Austin English <austinenglish at gmail.com>
>> On Mar 22, 2018 22:42, "Kieran Duggan" <kieranduggan15 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Cool I didn't get the chance to take a look at it before. I'm using it
>> now. I noticed that the line:
>> time make -k test >> "$logfile" 2>&1 || true
>> doesn't use the -j option for make. I'm not sure if this is intentional,
>> but when I changed it to
>> time make -j"$(nproc)" -k test >> "$logfile" 2>&1 || true
>> it ran much faster. Thoughts? Am I just breaking something without
>> realizing it?
>> Many tests aren't safe to run in parallel, things may fail.
Imo probably not a GSOC project, but I'm open to disagreement.
The full tests take about 20 minutes, but valgrind takes 10 hours (on my
machine). I wouldn't recommend that to check on a single bug. Using the
wrapper and suppression files should get you a setup close to mine for
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