Open Bug 834725 Opened 8 years ago Updated 5 years ago

tracking bug for failures on ubuntu ec2 VMs

Categories

(Testing :: General, defect)

x86_64
Linux
defect
Not set
normal

Tracking

(Not tracked)

People

(Reporter: jmaher, Unassigned)

References

(Depends on 2 open bugs)

Details

No description provided.
Depends on: 834716, 834724
Depends on: 834714
Depends on: 834737
Depends on: 834814
Depends on: 835135
Depends on: 835517
Depends on: 838203
Depends on: 838613
Depends on: 840173
Depends on: 805841
Depends on: 840239
Depends on: 840625
Depends on: 826265
Depends on: 841970
Depends on: 843585
Depends on: 845486
Depends on: 845624
Depends on: 847558
Depends on: 848924
No longer depends on: 848924
Depends on: 848924
Depends on: 851097
Blocks: 850101
Blocks: 850103
A merge just landed on Cedar and I would hope to see some of the tests go green.
https://tbpl.mozilla.org/?tree=Cedar&rev=5f508f33e3d0&showall=1

* bug 838613 - a change has landed to disable the test
* bug 847558 - requested to disable the test
* bug 848924 - requested to disable the test
* bug 851097 - test fix landed on central
The set of all open bugs which block this bug is not what you want for "I want to turn off Fedora browser-chrome and mochitest-other."

For that, you want bug 847558, the probably unfiled "when Ubuntu VMs running browser-chrome don't hit bug 847558, they generally time out in browser_bug410900.js", and the apparently unfiled bug about the test_fullscreen.xul failures in mochitest-other.
Depends on: 867745
I added bug 867745 to track the mochitest-chrome issue (test_fullscreen.xul).
Depends on: 870919
No longer blocks: 850103
Deprecating Testing :: Infrastructure.
Component: Infrastructure → General
Hi, which of the dep bugs in here blocks bug 850101?

List of dep bugs:
* bug 838613
* bug 847558 
* bug 848924 
* bug 851097 
* bug 867745

Thanks!
we could turn off tests and get them to run, otherwise it looks like all of these are blocking us in one way or another.
(In reply to Joel Maher (:jmaher) from comment #6)
> we could turn off tests and get them to run, otherwise it looks like all of
> these are blocking us in one way or another.

Thanks jmaher.
I will keep on trying to find who can help here (not that I know).
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