- Functional tests running slowly after upgrade to Rails 2.2
A project upgraded to Rails 2.2 which was previously able to complete its functional suite in under 300 seconds now takes a leisurely 6000 seconds to finish. Speculation about possible causes is welcomed. Meanwhile, I suspect ghosts.
UPDATE: apparently the functional tests were running slow due to memory swappage (the memory swappage, in turn, caused by ghosts, no doubt).
- Rails 2.2 may break Selenium tests
- FixtureScenarios and slow test suites
A pivot installed FixtureScenarios on a project and found that the addition of the plugin alone (with no configured fixtures) doubled the time the project’s test suites took to complete. FixtureScenarios are now dead to Adam. Dead!
- No Pivotal Breakfast tomorrow
Karen Tsui and Ling-Wen Chang tirelessly prepare the world-famous Pivotal breakfast each day and generally make the San Francisco office an awesome place to work. They’re finally taking a much deserved break tomorrow, so now is a wonderful time to publicly recognize their much appreciated work. Thanks, and happy holidays!