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Log for 2013-12-20

  • 00:12:43
    ASFBot2

    Allura/448: #448 built successfully after 14 minutes https://builds.apache.org/job/allura/448/

  • 01:13:44
    ASFBot2

    Allura/449: #449 started building, estimated 11 minutes left. https://builds.apache.org/job/allura/449/

  • 01:22:07
    ASFBot2

    Allura/449: #449 built successfully after 8 minutes https://builds.apache.org/job/allura/449/

  • 14:55:47
    ctsai-sf

    So, wjp and I were chatting in #sourceforge earlier.

  • 14:56:58
    ctsai-sf

    From what we can tell, it looks like the red links for non-existing wiki pages is being cached with the Markdown caching we added recently.

  • 14:57:18
    ctsai-sf

    ie., it doesn't automatically change to blue after the page is created

  • 14:57:40
    brondsem

    that does make sense (not how it should be, but how the logic is now)

  • 14:58:44
    ctsai-sf

    So we should probably ticket for a better way to handle that?

  • 14:59:01
    brondsem

    yeah I think so

  • 15:00:09
    ctsai-sf

    wjp: do you want to do the honors? Or should I?

  • 15:02:03
    tvansteenburgh

    that's gonna be interesting

  • 15:07:46
    brondsem

    tvansteenburgh: for [#6994] it looks like nose multiprocess "just worked" with minimal changes? that's pretty awesome

  • 15:09:44
    tvansteenburgh

    yeah, mostly

  • 15:10:15
    tvansteenburgh

    before/after time for me was 14m vs 4.5m

  • 15:10:33
    wjp

    ctsai-sf: sorry, busy with work at the moment and leaving for a christmas party immediately afterwards, so I have to bow out unfortunately

  • 15:10:34
    brondsem

    nice. how many cores was that with?

  • 15:10:43
    ctsai-sf

    wjp: no worries, I'll get that ticketed.

  • 15:10:51
    wjp

    thanks

  • 15:10:53
    tvansteenburgh

    8 concurrent suites, 4 procs per suite

  • 15:11:21
    tvansteenburgh

    (the default on an SF sandbox)

  • 15:12:10
    tvansteenburgh

    i experimented with different configurations and that was the fastest

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