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From: K. Noel Belcourt (kbelco_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-14 20:13:43

On Dec 14, 2007, at 8:05 AM, Beman Dawes wrote:

> Douglas Gregor wrote:
>> Potentially broken platforms for Boost regression testing
>> Report time: 2007-12-13T12:53:26Z
>> This report lists the high-priority platforms that are exhibiting a
>> large number of regresson test failures, which might indicate a
>> problem
>> with the test machines or testing harness.
>> Detailed report:
>> Platforms with a large number of failures:
>> gcc-4.2.1 (1012 failures)
> Sandia-gcc looks like it is out of disk space.
>> intel-linux-9.0 (1473 failures)
> Sandia-intel looks like it is having some kind of general failure,
> perhaps disk related. It also hasn't cycled since the 10th.
> Thanks to Doug for implementing a broken platform analysis intended to
> alert us when a test runner appears to be failing.

Sorry guys, I've been gone (and still am) until next Tuesday (18th).
I've fixed the disk space problem and put intel-9.0 into its own
regression run. These changes should help get things running again.

-- Noel

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