[webkit-dev] Expect Commit Queue delays
eric at webkit.org
Fri Feb 4 04:10:39 PST 2011
The bots are all back in working order.
We've added an additional two machines to the cluster. Meaning we
have now 5 commit-queue bots.
The new machines are slower than some of our previous machines, taking
up to an hour for a clean build.
As long as the tree at build.webkit.org is green, we have enough
machines that a commit-queue bot should start processing your patch
within 60 seconds of you marking cq+. For most patches that means
your patch should be landed within 15-20 minutes of marking it cq+
(the limiting factor is how long it takes to run all 20k layout
Please let Adam or I know if you have any troubles with the commit-queue.
On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 2:57 AM, Eric Seidel <eric at webkit.org> wrote:
> Two of the commit-queue bots are failing CSS font tests after
> yesterday. That brings the commit-cluster down to one bot for the
> time being.
> If anyone has any theories, we're tracking the failure here:
> Expect slightly-longer-than-normal delays (1-2 hours, instead of 15
> minutes) when using the cq.
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