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From: Niko Demmel (niko.demmel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-25 20:44:39
Sorry for this late reply. FYI: I have noticed my intel mac going to
sleep during regression testing a while ago (before the changes) but
never really investigated and just put my mac in sleepless mode for the
regression runs. I havent noticed a difference since the changes to
On 04/12/2007 22:36, K. Noel Belcourt wrote:
> Has anyone noticed any problems running trunk tests on ppc
> darwin-4.0.1 since the update of darwin.jam? My ppc Mac running 10.4
> is putting itself to sleep when running tests in Boost.Graph. I can
> hit the keyboard, wake the system up, and the tests will continue to
> run (and the tests get marked as passing). This is why I'm unable to
> regularly publish darwin-4.0.1 ppc results.
> Anyone have any idea how/why my dual G5 puts itself to sleep at
> various times during the running of the tests? Is it possible I'm
> overheating the CPUs and the system puts itself to sleep out of self-
> preservation (my fans seem to be working okay)? Might the darwin.jam
> changes be linking different/better libraries that would dramatically
> impact cpu throughput?
> I'm at a loss to explain this behavior.
> -- Noel
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