running test suite with CircleCI on my fork

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Ben Wibking

May 25, 2020, 9:01:27 PM5/25/20
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Hi all,

I have forked enzo-dev in order to add some additional physics (that will eventually be sent upstream). I have set up CircleCI on my fork so that I can run the included test suite and test for regressions. However, at least with the CircleCI plan that I have, at least one (PhotonTestAMR) of the tests run out of time and cause the whole commit to be marked as 'failing'.

If there is a simple way to extend the time or, in the worst case, skip the lengthy tests, please let me know! This is a snippet of the typical output from running the test suite on CircleCI:
Testing complete.
Sims not finishing: 2
Number of errors: 0
Number of failures: 0
Number of successes: 2367
Simulations which did not finish in allocated time:
(Try rerunning each/all with --time-multiplier=2)

(I see there is a suggestion to add `--time-multiplier=2` but I don't know where to add this flag.)


Greg Bryan

May 26, 2020, 11:32:24 AM5/26/20
Hi Ben — It would be surprising if timing was really the problem here.  Can you double-check that you are up-to-date with the current enzo-dev repository (including tags), and in particular that you are using gold-standard-v14 to do the comparison in CircleCI.  There was a problem in  the previous one (gold-standard-v13) that conflicted with a Grackle update. 


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