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Failure in Nightly Test 05/19 << my fault

Reid Spencer
I forgot to remove some crud from the configure script and it caused
some of the nightly testers to fail last night. The problem has already
been fixed. Part of the problem was that it took 2 hours to get a commit
through to CVS last night and the nightly tester had already started by
that time. Something needs to be done about the late night high load
situation on zion (backups?)

Reid

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Re: Failure in Nightly Test 05/19 << my fault

Chris Lattner
On Thu, 19 May 2005, Reid Spencer wrote:

> I forgot to remove some crud from the configure script and it caused
> some of the nightly testers to fail last night. The problem has already
> been fixed. Part of the problem was that it took 2 hours to get a commit
> through to CVS last night and the nightly tester had already started by
> that time. Something needs to be done about the late night high load
> situation on zion (backups?)

Hi Reid,

The problem is that the disk on apoc (one of our machines) has been dying
recently, and has finally totally died.  It's not clear why the fate of
zion (the machine with CVS and everything else on it) is tied to apoc, but
it apparently definitely is.  It is possible that it will take a while to
get this resolved, but hopefully zion won't be impacted other than CVS.

Sorry for the inconvenience,

-Chris

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Re: Failure in Nightly Test 05/19 << my fault

Jeff Cohen
This is a known NFS problem.  When a computer has an NFS volume mounted,
and the remote computer is down, the computers mounting its volumes tend
to hang.  Try rebooting zion in single user mode, prevent apoc's file
systems from mounting, and see if that helps.

Chris Lattner wrote:

> On Thu, 19 May 2005, Reid Spencer wrote:
>
>> I forgot to remove some crud from the configure script and it caused
>> some of the nightly testers to fail last night. The problem has already
>> been fixed. Part of the problem was that it took 2 hours to get a commit
>> through to CVS last night and the nightly tester had already started by
>> that time. Something needs to be done about the late night high load
>> situation on zion (backups?)
>
>
> Hi Reid,
>
> The problem is that the disk on apoc (one of our machines) has been
> dying recently, and has finally totally died.  It's not clear why the
> fate of zion (the machine with CVS and everything else on it) is tied
> to apoc, but it apparently definitely is.  It is possible that it will
> take a while to get this resolved, but hopefully zion won't be
> impacted other than CVS.
>
> Sorry for the inconvenience,
>
> -Chris
>

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