With https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/690012 applied, more disk space in the image and a 60 min timeout
The test took 10 mins to install dependencies (docker-compose, go etc), 1 min to build the binary, 1 min to clone core, 10 mins to run the start command (which includes pulling docker images), 7 mins to install composer dependencies, 2 mins to run the rest of the tests?
I tweaked the test so that we can see the output of the start command (as before it was just being assigned to a var)
I re ran the job now using the newer image.
It no longer complains about running out of disk space, but it does just unhelpfully timeout
Specially picking from https://integration.wikimedia.org/ci/job/wmf-quibble-selenium-php72-docker/94431/consoleFull
IMO this probably relates to T281122: Wikibase selenium tests timeout, seemingly due to "memory compaction" events on CI VMs in general if we are talking about browser tests being slow.
Reading guides etc I think I managed to figure out the process for resizing
@jeena and I were doing some debugging to get this working in https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/c/mediawiki/tools/cli/+/690012 which included things like seting up .env but also installing docker-compose.
Wed, May 12
Looks good to me!
Tue, May 11
@CCicalese_WMF named this as one of the more important currently missing things.
From the other ticket I merged in:
I have split the last reported occurrence into T282534: Unresolved redirect in Wikibase LUA code, in v3/page/pagebundle
This ticket has become a bit of a kitchen sink,. so closing it and will track this last occurrence there.
The lexeme tests seem to be green now, although there is another issue causing failure now
Force re running right now to see if this is green
codesearch says this looks good
Looks pretty good, thanks for spotting the other task too!
@Lydia_Pintscher we don't have ACs for this one, but we should probably update the docs too?
The code for LIBXML_NOBLANKS was in https://github.com/wmde/php-vuejs-templating/commit/fa76a8bd09adec03c837a428c04e49ec55cb657d
Jakon on mattermost:
Just looked again and we are at a pretty low point in terms of errors right now :)
Mon, May 10
Sun, May 9
More work in progress was pasted at P15869