Closed Bug 1501809 Opened 11 months ago Closed 11 months ago
raptor tp6 'main application timed out after 30 seconds' when running 1 pagecycle
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When running Raptor locally on OSX against Firefox or Chrome, this message shows up during the 30 second pause. WHY? Not seeing this in production, and it doesn't effect the test - the Raptor test still runs and finishes. 15:25:57 INFO - raptor-control-server received webext_status: * pausing 30 seconds to let browser settle... * 15:26:22 INFO - raptor-main application timed out after 30 seconds
I'm only seeing this when running with 1 pagecycle that's why it's not showing up in production, and it is stopping the test from finishing (originally thought it was finishing). So the problem is that the main Raptor timeout  is not accounting for the browser startup pause inside the Raptor webext runner . So with 1 pagecycle the main timeout is happening because of the startup pause (30 seconds). The startup pause  has to be added to the main timeout value .  https://searchfox.org/mozilla-central/rev/72b1e834f384a2ffec6eb4ce405fbd4b5e881109/testing/raptor/raptor/raptor.py#234  https://searchfox.org/mozilla-central/rev/72b1e834f384a2ffec6eb4ce405fbd4b5e881109/testing/raptor/webext/raptor/runner.js#20
Summary: raptor-main application timed out after 30 seconds → raptor tp6 'main application timed out after 30 seconds' when running 1 pagecycle
While fixing this I'm going to move the 'post-startup-delay' value set outside the webext in raptor.py, and passed into the webext runner.js via gen_test_config. Having this value set in raptor.py is better, so that in future patches the startup delay could be changed by a new command line argument or in a raptor debug mode (Bug 1470450).
Assignee: nobody → rwood
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Pushed by email@example.com: https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/autoland/rev/8c16d6956679 Fix Raptor tp6 'main application timed out'; r=jmaher
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