On 12/11/2014 09:46 AM, Karel Piwko wrote:
have you enabled XVnc / Framebuffer on Jenkins? It looks that it might
be related to the log output.
If you have issues with Android SDK version and/or applying any
configuration to existing installation, I'd suggest to use Arquillian
Gradle Spacelift, which is able to bring Android SDK runtime there for
you very cheaply. Stefan has automated testsuite for our Android
ftesting tool that way, so if you have a Linux machine (adding support
for Mac OS X should be pretty easy), you just need to clone and run
And port the project to Gradle from Maven.
Maybe it could be reused for Android integration tests?
Also I'd suggest not to use ARMv7 ABI but x86 based one. For most CI
setups ARMv7 means a VM in VM and that is terribly slow unless you have
nested VM support in both HW and SW - which you most likely don't
x86 has the same problem unless the environment has KVM installed. I
know Travis CI does not and I know that in all of CloudBees' docs it
refers to the arm emulator instead of using x86.
We've also got the build running in Travis again by being much smarter
about when we start and stop the emulator and project compiling.
On Mon, 2014-12-08 at 13:59 -0200, Daniel Passos wrote:
> Hi All,
> The Android team has been working on resolving a travis build issue
> last week (and part of weekend) with travis-ci. I has been
> testing with proting the build to cloudbees.
> In Travis the VM is running out of memory and getting killed. We fixed
> this by starting the emulator after compiling and I was able to make
> it pass 2 times, but when a PR for AG was sent, we were back
> to the old problem (travis-ci killed our build, because it's using
> a lot of memory)
> We are having trouble running the emulator on CloudBees ([android]
> Emulator did not appear to start; giving up). We found a fix but
> are not sure if we can apply it on CloudBees
>  https://travis-ci.org/secondsun/aerogear-android-security/builds
>  https://aerogear.ci.cloudbees.com/job/aerogear-android-security
>  https://aerogear.ci.cloudbees.com/job/aerogear-android-pipe
>  https://github.com/aerogear/aerogear-android-security/pull/17
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