[vtk-developers] Valgrind defects are zero!

Bill Lorensen bill.lorensen at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 15:39:53 EST 2011

amber2.kitware Debian4-x64-gcc-Valgrind is the valgrind machine. It
takes 21 minutes to run the tests.

tha's the good news. The bad news is that python and tcl wrapping are
turned off. That means about 800 tests are not being run through

Sean, if you have a machine that could turn on tcl wrapping, it would
be great. It will take a few nights to get all of the tcl suppression

On Thu, Dec 8, 2011 at 3:22 PM, Sean McBride <sean at rogue-research.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 8 Dec 2011 15:12:22 -0500, David Cole said:
>>All fine suggestions in theory, but running a valgrind dashboard on
>>every single gerrit topic will be quite time consuming.
> Indeed.  And AFAICT, there is only *1* build machine running valgrind.  Would be nice to have some redundancy there.  We have a mostly-idle machine that could (maybe) do this nightly.
> cdash's 'Dynamic Analysis' section doesn't seem to discuss runtime.... about how long does it take to run all VTK tests in valgrind?  (our machine in question is an i7.)
> Cheers,
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