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Regression test problems


(Daniel Naber) #1

We have moved some servers to a new hosting company, but the nightly regression test isn’t quite stable yet, i.e. the email wasn’t sent. You can use these links instead to see the diffs:

  1. https://internal1.languagetool.org/regression-tests/20190323/result_de_20190323.html
  2. https://internal1.languagetool.org/regression-tests/20190323/result_ru_20190323.html
  3. https://internal1.languagetool.org/regression-tests/20190323/result_pt-PT_20190323.html
  4. https://internal1.languagetool.org/regression-tests/20190323/result_pt-BR_20190323.html

(Tiago F. Santos) #2

I suppose the following issue is related to the regression test server change.
Average CPU time has increased quite a lot for all language modules, but it was particularly noticeable on English. I say this because test time (CPU seconds) in English used to be about the same as the German one.
See https://internal1.languagetool.org/regression-tests/performance-de.png and https://internal1.languagetool.org/regression-tests/performance-en.png.
I see no code change that justifies an increase of 25% more CPU time, especially since no complex rules were added during that period.
What can be being this relative increase in regression test times between English and the remaining languages?


(Daniel Naber) #3

Still email issues today, posting links here instead:

I have no idea about the performance issues, unfortunately.


(Daniel Naber) #4

Email issue is still not solved, links:


(Yakov) #5

Regression tests and updates of community.languagetool.org aren’t working after 25 March.


(Daniel Naber) #6

Yes, we’re working on it.


(Daniel Naber) #7

The daily email (subject: “LanguageTool (open-source) nightly diff test”) should now finally be sent every day again. If you work on rules and did not get this email tonight (around 02:30), let me know.


(Mike Unwalla) #8

I did not receive an email today (2019-03-03) with this message. But, there are no regression errors (https://internal1.languagetool.org/regression-tests/20190402/result_en_20190402.html).

Should I receive the message if there are no errors?


(Daniel Naber) #9

The mail was sent tonight around 02:57 to languagetool-commits@lists.sourceforge.net. Can you check your spam folder and if it’s not in there, could you make sure you’re subscribed to this list at https://sourceforge.net/projects/languagetool/lists/languagetool-commits? (I think you can just re-subscribe if you’re not sure.)


(Mike Unwalla) #10

The email wasn’t in the spam bin. I subscribed to the list. Will confirm/deny receipt of email tomorrow.


(Mike Unwalla) #11

All is well. I receive the e-mails.