Closed Bug 1139019 Opened 5 years ago Closed 5 years ago
.11% Mac OS 10 .8 kraken regression on Mozilla-Inbound (v .39) on February 25, 2015 from push 65e87c0b6aef
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Summary: 2.11% MacOS 10.8 kraken regression on Mozilla-Inbound on February 25, 2015 from push 65e87c0b6aef → 2.11% MacOS 10.8 kraken regression on Mozilla-Inbound (v.39) on February 25, 2015 from push 65e87c0b6aef
the build was broken for the set of changes here: http://hg.mozilla.org/integration/mozilla-inbound/pushloghtml?fromchange=e847b1ee714d&tochange=65e87c0b6aef I think bhacket is probably responsible, but dvander could help debug this as his change caused the confusion. We need to know determine which patch is responsible for the change and if there is anything we should do. This is a small regression on a single platform, so we shouldn't invest tens of hours into fixing this.
My checkin wouldn't have caused this.
I highly doubt Bug 897031 could have caused this. I'm fine with that patch being backed out to exonerate it.
:bhackett might have a better idea:)
This is probably bug 826741 (changing our default register allocator), it looks like the new allocator is a bit slower than lsra on one of the kraken tests. This isn't cause to back out bug 826741 as that bug unblocks a fair amount of other work, but I'll try to look at what the problem is in the next few weeks.
Thanks Brian. I agree there is no need to backout or make this fix a P1. If you need help running kraken locally or talos locally or on try server, do let me know.
Brian, can you comment on the status of this? We are uplifting today to Aurora- if this is not something you can work on or fix without a lot of work, please close this as wontfix.
This regression isn't going to be fixed in this release. There are some backtracking allocator improvements coming, mainly bug 1067610, but work on this allocator is currently blocked on removal of our old allocator, LSRA.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
No longer blocks: 1135883
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