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Re: Release 1.2.1: python2-pylibmc and libmemcached

From: Maxim Cournoyer
Subject: Re: Release 1.2.1: python2-pylibmc and libmemcached
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2021 07:48:07 -0400
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Hi Simon,

zimoun <> writes:

> Hi,
> On Sat, 13 Mar 2021 at 20:58, Maxim Cournoyer <> 
> wrote:
>> zimoun <> writes:
>>> takes ages.  Does it make sense to add something like:
>>>       (properties
>>>        `((max-silent-time . 14400))) ; 4 hours, expected even on x86_64
>> libmemcached still seems like a fine package to have in Guix.  I say, if
>> the above change is enough to have it built by the CI, I think it's what
>> we should do :-).
> On my machine, the build of libmemcached takes ~5min without the tests.
> And with the test suite, it takes ~570min.  Well, I have been too lazy
> to remove the offending test which takes ages, and compare.  I do not
> know if Cuirass fails to build (time-out?) because an incorrect
> ’max-silent-time’ by default or because another parameter specific to
> Cuirass.

I went ahead and disabled the test suite for libmemcached in commit
9bab0950f7; the tests taking a lot of time were already marked as
expected to fail so it wasn't providing that much value to start with.

Thanks for the report!


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