HBase
  1. HBase
  2. HBASE-410

[testing] Speed up the test suite

    Details

    • Type: Test Test
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 0.2.0
    • Fix Version/s: 0.90.0
    • Component/s: test
    • Labels:
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    • Hadoop Flags:
      Reviewed

      Description

      The test suite takes a long time to run, and a lot of the time spent running is really wasted on repeated startup and shutdown, waiting for asynchronous events to occur, and production-tuned timeouts to occur. Additionally, we use a MiniDFS instead of the local filesystem.

      We should:

      • Make whatever changes are needed to the local DFS so that it can run on Windows and use that as the basis of all of our tests
      • Minimize redoing expensive setup where possible by combining tests into groups or suites that can share common setup
      • Create a way of running all the parts (Master, Regionserver, Client) in a single thread and explicitly advancing through necessary states so that we can reliably and quickly get what we need tested accomplished
      • Use smaller test datasets where it would make a difference (TestTableIndex and TestTableMapReduce, I'm looking at you!)

      A faster test suite means faster turnaround on new patches, faster Hudson, and a shorter patch queue. Not to mention less annoyance on the part of the developers.

      1. 410.patch
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      2. 410-v2.patch
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      3. 410-v3.patch
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      4. 410-v4.patch
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        stack made changes -
        Status Open [ 1 ] Resolved [ 5 ]
        Hadoop Flags [Reviewed]
        Resolution Fixed [ 1 ]
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        stack added a comment -

        Resolving then. We can open up new issues to rewrite individual tests and going forward, write tests with junit4.

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        stack added a comment - Resolving then. We can open up new issues to rewrite individual tests and going forward, write tests with junit4.
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        Jean-Daniel Cryans added a comment -

        +1 on closing this issue, awesome work Stack!

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        Jean-Daniel Cryans added a comment - +1 on closing this issue, awesome work Stack!
        stack made changes -
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        stack added a comment -

        I think we should close this issue. Further speed up can only come from rewrite of individual tests.

        TestRegionRebalancing takes 2m22seconds. Its going to go away in 0.21 when we break out the balancing algorithm so its testable outside of a master/regionserver context.
        TestZooKeeper takes 1m37seconds. Could be rewritten but does stuff like shutting down regionservers. Can make an issue to rewrite or just wait until cluster becomes more live and then this test time may go down significantly.
        Long-running client package tests are doing a lot. Will get faster when cluster becomes more live.
        MR could be redone to not write so much data but then again, its testing a bunch of stuff....
        TestLogRolling takes 1m17s. Its writing a bunch of data.
        Thrift takes > 1m.

        Thats it.

        We need more tests.

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        stack added a comment - I think we should close this issue. Further speed up can only come from rewrite of individual tests. TestRegionRebalancing takes 2m22seconds. Its going to go away in 0.21 when we break out the balancing algorithm so its testable outside of a master/regionserver context. TestZooKeeper takes 1m37seconds. Could be rewritten but does stuff like shutting down regionservers. Can make an issue to rewrite or just wait until cluster becomes more live and then this test time may go down significantly. Long-running client package tests are doing a lot. Will get faster when cluster becomes more live. MR could be redone to not write so much data but then again, its testing a bunch of stuff.... TestLogRolling takes 1m17s. Its writing a bunch of data. Thrift takes > 1m. Thats it. We need more tests.
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        stack added a comment -

        Test took 20 minutes up on hudson... so tests take 1/3rd less time.

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        stack added a comment - Test took 20 minutes up on hudson... so tests take 1/3rd less time.
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        stack added a comment -

        I think the low-hanging fruit has been plucked.

        Next up would be variations on the below:

        1. When we make it so master sends commands to the cluster rather than waits on heartbeats and that we trigger off state in zk instead of having to wait on scan of catalog tables, then turnaround should all be faster as tables go up faster, enables/disables run quicker.
        2. Currently we put up whole cluster. Could make it so we just put up the dfs for things like the zk and start/stop of hbase cluster tests and then group more of these weirdo tests into the one suite.

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        stack added a comment - I think the low-hanging fruit has been plucked. Next up would be variations on the below: 1. When we make it so master sends commands to the cluster rather than waits on heartbeats and that we trigger off state in zk instead of having to wait on scan of catalog tables, then turnaround should all be faster as tables go up faster, enables/disables run quicker. 2. Currently we put up whole cluster. Could make it so we just put up the dfs for things like the zk and start/stop of hbase cluster tests and then group more of these weirdo tests into the one suite.
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        stack added a comment -

        Remaining uses of HBaseClusterTestCase are wacky cases that mess with the .META. or that stop the cluster in the middle of the test or that use the Incommon interface so can do tests against HTable or HRegion.

        Unit tests up on hudson used to take 30 minutes to run 265 tests. Lets see how long it takes now.

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        stack added a comment - Remaining uses of HBaseClusterTestCase are wacky cases that mess with the .META. or that stop the cluster in the middle of the test or that use the Incommon interface so can do tests against HTable or HRegion. Unit tests up on hudson used to take 30 minutes to run 265 tests. Lets see how long it takes now.
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        stack added a comment -

        More cleanup:

        I moved TestMasterAdmin, TestForceSplit and TestHBaseCluster tests into TestAdmin (I dropped duplicate test).

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        stack added a comment - More cleanup: I moved TestMasterAdmin, TestForceSplit and TestHBaseCluster tests into TestAdmin (I dropped duplicate test).
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        stack added a comment -

        So, refactoring halved the time:

        Class   	Duration   	Fail   	(diff)   	Skip   	(diff)   	Total   	(diff)   
        TestAdmin 	58 sec	0		0		3	
        TestForceSplit 	59 sec	0		0		1	
        TestFromClientSide 	3 min 41 sec	0		0		29	
        TestGetRowVersions 	37 sec	0		0		1	
        TestHTablePool 	0.29 sec	0		0		4	
        TestTimestamp 	18 sec	0		0		1	
        

        Overall the client code runs in 6.5 minutes. Tests I did not touch do 'weird' stuff like restarting cluster in middle of test (or do not use a cluster) and generally don't take too long so I'll leave them as is for now. Will look at other tests to see where we start up a cluster multiple times and replace the with idiom.

        Here is what it used to be running in 13 minutes:

        Class   	Duration   	Fail   	(diff)   	Skip   	(diff)   	Total   	(diff)   
        TestClient 	4 min 25 sec	0		0		11	
        TestForceSplit 	40 sec	0		0		1	
        TestGet 	37 sec	0		0		2	
        TestGetRowVersions 	35 sec	0		0		1	
        TestHBaseAdmin 	2 min 3 sec	0		0		3	
        TestHTable 	1 min 33 sec	0		0		5	
        TestHTablePool 	0.29 sec	0		0		4	
        TestListTables 	30 sec	0		0		1	
        TestPut 	1 min 31 sec	0		0		5	
        TestScannerTimes 	55 sec	0		0		1	
        TestTimestamp 	18 sec	0		0		1	
        
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        stack added a comment - So, refactoring halved the time: Class Duration Fail (diff) Skip (diff) Total (diff) TestAdmin 58 sec 0 0 3 TestForceSplit 59 sec 0 0 1 TestFromClientSide 3 min 41 sec 0 0 29 TestGetRowVersions 37 sec 0 0 1 TestHTablePool 0.29 sec 0 0 4 TestTimestamp 18 sec 0 0 1 Overall the client code runs in 6.5 minutes. Tests I did not touch do 'weird' stuff like restarting cluster in middle of test (or do not use a cluster) and generally don't take too long so I'll leave them as is for now. Will look at other tests to see where we start up a cluster multiple times and replace the with idiom. Here is what it used to be running in 13 minutes: Class Duration Fail (diff) Skip (diff) Total (diff) TestClient 4 min 25 sec 0 0 11 TestForceSplit 40 sec 0 0 1 TestGet 37 sec 0 0 2 TestGetRowVersions 35 sec 0 0 1 TestHBaseAdmin 2 min 3 sec 0 0 3 TestHTable 1 min 33 sec 0 0 5 TestHTablePool 0.29 sec 0 0 4 TestListTables 30 sec 0 0 1 TestPut 1 min 31 sec 0 0 5 TestScannerTimes 55 sec 0 0 1 TestTimestamp 18 sec 0 0 1
        stack made changes -
        Attachment 410-v4.patch [ 12422304 ]
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        stack added a comment -

        Here is v4. In the client package, it adds TestClient, TestGet, TestPut, TestHTable, TestListTables, all to TestFromClientSide test. It also adds new TestAdmin to replace old TestHBaseAdmin with new junit4 version.

        We probably don't want to make a few big long-running tests, or at least, ones that run too long. Anything over a minute or two is going to be a bit of a pain methinks.

        That said, TestFromClientSide, our new omnibus client-side junit4 test takes nearly 4 minutes now on my local machine. The whole client package took 13minutes up on hudson last time we had a successful build.

        I'm going to commit v4. Lets see how it does up on hudson compared to the old timings.

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        stack added a comment - Here is v4. In the client package, it adds TestClient, TestGet, TestPut, TestHTable, TestListTables, all to TestFromClientSide test. It also adds new TestAdmin to replace old TestHBaseAdmin with new junit4 version. We probably don't want to make a few big long-running tests, or at least, ones that run too long. Anything over a minute or two is going to be a bit of a pain methinks. That said, TestFromClientSide, our new omnibus client-side junit4 test takes nearly 4 minutes now on my local machine. The whole client package took 13minutes up on hudson last time we had a successful build. I'm going to commit v4. Lets see how it does up on hudson compared to the old timings.
        stack made changes -
        Attachment 410-v3.patch [ 12422188 ]
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        stack added a comment -

        v3 adds more utility to HBaseTestUtilty. It makes minicluster use random data dir under build/test/data so we can have mutliple miniclusters concurrently if needs be. Adds bunch of javadoc. The class TestFromClientSide now includes tests from TestClient and from TestGet. My thinking now is not to put all of the client package into one test. Rather, we can have a TestAdmin to test admin facility and then maybe one other (TestCrashes?).

        Will just commit after I've moved over client package; can do the rest of the convertion as background thread.

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        stack added a comment - v3 adds more utility to HBaseTestUtilty. It makes minicluster use random data dir under build/test/data so we can have mutliple miniclusters concurrently if needs be. Adds bunch of javadoc. The class TestFromClientSide now includes tests from TestClient and from TestGet. My thinking now is not to put all of the client package into one test. Rather, we can have a TestAdmin to test admin facility and then maybe one other (TestCrashes?). Will just commit after I've moved over client package; can do the rest of the convertion as background thread.
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        stack added a comment -

        So, I moved TestClient to new system as TestFromClientSide. I see that the latter runs in about half the time; 2m30s vs. 4m30s. Here is some detail:

        Here is old school TestClient timings:

        
        Testcase: testWeirdCacheBehaviour took 22.499 sec
        Testcase: testFilterAcrossMutlipleRegions took 42.655 sec
        Testcase: testSuperSimple took 16.456 sec
        Testcase: testFilters took 17.679 sec
        Testcase: testSimpleMissing took 17.761 sec
        Testcase: testSingleRowMultipleFamily took 21.571 sec 
        Testcase: testNull took 23.111 sec
        Testcase: testVersions took 17.3 sec
        Testcase: testVersionLimits took 16.351 sec
        Testcase: testDeletes took 20.947 sec
        Testcase: testJIRAs took 47.615 sec
        

        Here are TestFromClientSide timings:

        Testcase: testWeirdCacheBehaviour took 7.609 secTestcase: testFilterAcrossMutlipleRegions took 30.97 sec
        Testcase: testSuperSimple took 5.135 sec                                                                         
        Testcase: testFilters took 6.403 sec
        Testcase: testSimpleMissing took 5.132 sec 
        Testcase: testSingleRowMultipleFamily took 10.877 sec
        Testcase: testNull took 11.268 sec
        Testcase: testVersions took 5.424 sec
        Testcase: testVersionLimits took 5.132 sec
        Testcase: testDeletes took 5.105 sec 
        Testcase: testJiraTest867 took 9.234 sec   
        Testcase: testJiraTest861 took 6.593 sec             
        Testcase: testJiraTest33 took 5.59 sec
        Testcase: testJiraTest1014 took 5.139 sec
        Testcase: testJiraTest1182 took 6.4 sec    
        Testcase: testJiraTest52 took 5.132 sec
        

        I broke out the individual jira tests that were bundled as TestJiras so we're paying test setup on each instead of once as was done previous. Means only 1/3rd the time savings for testjiras.

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        stack added a comment - So, I moved TestClient to new system as TestFromClientSide. I see that the latter runs in about half the time; 2m30s vs. 4m30s. Here is some detail: Here is old school TestClient timings: Testcase: testWeirdCacheBehaviour took 22.499 sec Testcase: testFilterAcrossMutlipleRegions took 42.655 sec Testcase: testSuperSimple took 16.456 sec Testcase: testFilters took 17.679 sec Testcase: testSimpleMissing took 17.761 sec Testcase: testSingleRowMultipleFamily took 21.571 sec Testcase: testNull took 23.111 sec Testcase: testVersions took 17.3 sec Testcase: testVersionLimits took 16.351 sec Testcase: testDeletes took 20.947 sec Testcase: testJIRAs took 47.615 sec Here are TestFromClientSide timings: Testcase: testWeirdCacheBehaviour took 7.609 secTestcase: testFilterAcrossMutlipleRegions took 30.97 sec Testcase: testSuperSimple took 5.135 sec Testcase: testFilters took 6.403 sec Testcase: testSimpleMissing took 5.132 sec Testcase: testSingleRowMultipleFamily took 10.877 sec Testcase: testNull took 11.268 sec Testcase: testVersions took 5.424 sec Testcase: testVersionLimits took 5.132 sec Testcase: testDeletes took 5.105 sec Testcase: testJiraTest867 took 9.234 sec Testcase: testJiraTest861 took 6.593 sec Testcase: testJiraTest33 took 5.59 sec Testcase: testJiraTest1014 took 5.139 sec Testcase: testJiraTest1182 took 6.4 sec Testcase: testJiraTest52 took 5.132 sec I broke out the individual jira tests that were bundled as TestJiras so we're paying test setup on each instead of once as was done previous. Means only 1/3rd the time savings for testjiras.
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        Andrew Purtell added a comment -

        Nice.

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        Andrew Purtell added a comment - Nice.
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        Attachment 410-v2.patch [ 12422167 ]
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        stack added a comment -

        New patch. Deprecates HBaseTestCase and HBaseClusterTestCase. Instead, using new utility class named HBaseTestUtility which will have all you need to test hbase. I'm starting by replacing content of the client package with a single junit4 that spins up minicluster on startup and then runs all tests. This patch is just a start.

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        stack added a comment - New patch. Deprecates HBaseTestCase and HBaseClusterTestCase. Instead, using new utility class named HBaseTestUtility which will have all you need to test hbase. I'm starting by replacing content of the client package with a single junit4 that spins up minicluster on startup and then runs all tests. This patch is just a start.
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        stack added a comment -

        I'm abandoning attached patch. Revamping our current test framework is wrong way to go. Instead rewrite it all in junit4 spinning up clusters at start and end rather than per test.

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        stack added a comment - I'm abandoning attached patch. Revamping our current test framework is wrong way to go. Instead rewrite it all in junit4 spinning up clusters at start and end rather than per test.
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        Attachment 410.patch [ 12417962 ]
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        stack added a comment -

        A start. Cleaned a load of crud out of HBaseTestCase. A bunch more to go.

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        stack added a comment - A start. Cleaned a load of crud out of HBaseTestCase. A bunch more to go.
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        Summary Speed up the test suite [testing] Speed up the test suite
        Fix Version/s 0.21.0 [ 12313607 ]
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        stack added a comment -

        Moving into 0.21

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        stack added a comment - Moving into 0.21
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        Field Original Value New Value
        Fix Version/s 0.2.0 [ 12312955 ]
        Affects Version/s 0.2.0 [ 12312955 ]
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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment -

        Does TestInfoServers need to create a table to verify that the info servers are up? It doesn't appear to check the resulting pages for table names or anything like that. I suspect taking that out would shave some time.

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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment - Does TestInfoServers need to create a table to verify that the info servers are up? It doesn't appear to check the resulting pages for table names or anything like that. I suspect taking that out would shave some time.
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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment -

        TestBloomFilters takes 45 seconds, but there are no assertions in the entire test. What are we actually testing here? That things don't throw exceptions when we're using bloom filters?

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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment - TestBloomFilters takes 45 seconds, but there are no assertions in the entire test. What are we actually testing here? That things don't throw exceptions when we're using bloom filters?
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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment -

        With HBASE-479 applied, here's the new table. (It also includes the previously excluded TestRegionServerExit test)

        Run Time (secs) Test File Test Name
        86.412 TestTableMapReduce testTableMapReduce
        73.494 TestTableIndex testTableIndex
        57.616 TestRegionServerExit testCleanExit
        51.456 TestLogRolling testLogRolling
        50.398 TestRegionServerExit testAbort
        49.452 TestMergeMeta testMergeMeta
        47.46 TestHBaseCluster testHBaseCluster
        43.5 TestHQL testCreateDeleteTable
        33.642 TestMergeTable testMergeTable
        26.773 TestListTables testListTables
        23.624 TestTable testTableNameClash
        23.577 TestHTable testHTable
        22.547 TestTable testCreateTable
        22.387 TestMasterAdmin testMasterAdmin
        21.469 TestScannerAPI testApi
        18.53 TestBloomFilters testExplicitParameters
        17.483 TestInfoServers testInfoServersAreUp
        16.889 TestHQL testInsertSelectDelete
        16.536 TestMigrate testUpgrade
        16.521 TestMultipleUpdates testMultipleUpdates
        16.504 TestBatchUpdate testBatchUpdate
        15.619 TestBloomFilters testComputedParameters
        15.404 TestSplit testBasicSplit
        14.595 TestHTable testTableNotFoundExceptionWithATable
        14.354 TestCompaction testCompaction
        12.6 TestTimestamp testTimestamps
        10.069 TestHRegion testHRegion
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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment - With HBASE-479 applied, here's the new table. (It also includes the previously excluded TestRegionServerExit test) Run Time (secs) Test File Test Name 86.412 TestTableMapReduce testTableMapReduce 73.494 TestTableIndex testTableIndex 57.616 TestRegionServerExit testCleanExit 51.456 TestLogRolling testLogRolling 50.398 TestRegionServerExit testAbort 49.452 TestMergeMeta testMergeMeta 47.46 TestHBaseCluster testHBaseCluster 43.5 TestHQL testCreateDeleteTable 33.642 TestMergeTable testMergeTable 26.773 TestListTables testListTables 23.624 TestTable testTableNameClash 23.577 TestHTable testHTable 22.547 TestTable testCreateTable 22.387 TestMasterAdmin testMasterAdmin 21.469 TestScannerAPI testApi 18.53 TestBloomFilters testExplicitParameters 17.483 TestInfoServers testInfoServersAreUp 16.889 TestHQL testInsertSelectDelete 16.536 TestMigrate testUpgrade 16.521 TestMultipleUpdates testMultipleUpdates 16.504 TestBatchUpdate testBatchUpdate 15.619 TestBloomFilters testComputedParameters 15.404 TestSplit testBasicSplit 14.595 TestHTable testTableNotFoundExceptionWithATable 14.354 TestCompaction testCompaction 12.6 TestTimestamp testTimestamps 10.069 TestHRegion testHRegion
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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment -

        Here's a listing i produced of tests sorted by how long each takes to run. I've omitted everything < 10 seconds.

        Run Time (secs) Test File Test Name
        161.47 TestLogRolling testLogRolling
        85.33 TestTableMapReduce testTableMapReduce
        73.619 TestTableIndex testTableIndex
        52.378 TestHBaseCluster testHBaseCluster
        43.476 TestHQL testCreateDeleteTable
        43.366 TestMergeMeta testMergeMeta
        42.389 TestMasterAdmin testMasterAdmin
        34.616 TestMergeTable testMergeTable
        27.572 TestTable testCreateTable
        26.492 TestListTables testListTables
        23.499 TestHTable testHTable
        22.62 TestHQL testInsertSelectDelete
        18.821 TestBloomFilters testExplicitParameters
        18.621 TestTable testTableNameClash
        17.615 TestBloomFilters testComputedParameters
        17.481 TestInfoServers testInfoServersAreUp
        16.543 TestMigrate testUpgrade
        16.54 TestScannerAPI testApi
        16.519 TestBatchUpdate testBatchUpdate
        16.515 TestMultipleUpdates testMultipleUpdates
        15.629 TestHTable testTableNotFoundExceptionWithATable
        15.427 TestSplit testBasicSplit
        14.375 TestCompaction testCompaction
        12.608 TestTimestamp testTimestamps
        11.552 TestDeleteAll testDeleteAll
        11.539 TestTimestamp testDelete
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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment - Here's a listing i produced of tests sorted by how long each takes to run. I've omitted everything < 10 seconds. Run Time (secs) Test File Test Name 161.47 TestLogRolling testLogRolling 85.33 TestTableMapReduce testTableMapReduce 73.619 TestTableIndex testTableIndex 52.378 TestHBaseCluster testHBaseCluster 43.476 TestHQL testCreateDeleteTable 43.366 TestMergeMeta testMergeMeta 42.389 TestMasterAdmin testMasterAdmin 34.616 TestMergeTable testMergeTable 27.572 TestTable testCreateTable 26.492 TestListTables testListTables 23.499 TestHTable testHTable 22.62 TestHQL testInsertSelectDelete 18.821 TestBloomFilters testExplicitParameters 18.621 TestTable testTableNameClash 17.615 TestBloomFilters testComputedParameters 17.481 TestInfoServers testInfoServersAreUp 16.543 TestMigrate testUpgrade 16.54 TestScannerAPI testApi 16.519 TestBatchUpdate testBatchUpdate 16.515 TestMultipleUpdates testMultipleUpdates 15.629 TestHTable testTableNotFoundExceptionWithATable 15.427 TestSplit testBasicSplit 14.375 TestCompaction testCompaction 12.608 TestTimestamp testTimestamps 11.552 TestDeleteAll testDeleteAll 11.539 TestTimestamp testDelete
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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment -

        Testing indicates that using a single, external DFS for all tests instead of spinning up a new MiniDFS for each test would save us about a minute overall. Not a ton, but still probably worth it.

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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment - Testing indicates that using a single, external DFS for all tests instead of spinning up a new MiniDFS for each test would save us about a minute overall. Not a ton, but still probably worth it.
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        Jim Kellerman added a comment -

        I would prefer that we start a MiniDFS at the beginning of the test suite and just leave it up until the end of the suite. I believe that ant has some kind of pre and post target processing that it can do.

        -1 on running the parts (master, region server, client) in a single thread. That is not how they are designed to run, and testing them in such a mode is unrealistic.

        Finally, for tests that get hung, reducing the timeout until the test is killed (15 minutes?) until a more reasonable 5 minutes would speed things along.

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        Jim Kellerman added a comment - I would prefer that we start a MiniDFS at the beginning of the test suite and just leave it up until the end of the suite. I believe that ant has some kind of pre and post target processing that it can do. -1 on running the parts (master, region server, client) in a single thread. That is not how they are designed to run, and testing them in such a mode is unrealistic. Finally, for tests that get hung, reducing the timeout until the test is killed (15 minutes?) until a more reasonable 5 minutes would speed things along.
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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment -

        I did some limited testing with local filesystem, and it made literally no difference in the speed of TestBatchUpdate or TestBloomFilters.

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        Bryan Duxbury added a comment - I did some limited testing with local filesystem, and it made literally no difference in the speed of TestBatchUpdate or TestBloomFilters.
        Bryan Duxbury created issue -

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