On 6/3/13 11:17 AM, Bill Burke wrote:
Ok, no problem.
Anything that required mkdir() calls was failing with
java.io directory not found errors.
Again, the 10 millisecond delay fixed the problem.
Sure, but it's nice to understand the problem. But analyzing the code I
see that the "Home directory does not exist" message can only come from
the same thread that did the mkdir(), which tells me what I wanted to know.
On 6/3/2013 12:09 PM, Brian Stansberry wrote:
> Do you have test output from the failures?
> On 6/3/13 9:08 AM, Bill Burke wrote:
>> I'm getting random "Home directory does not exist" errors when
>> the core-model-tests. The thing is, its random. 4-5 times it fails,
>> 1-5 times it succeeds.
>> So, I put a 10 millisecond delay after any mkdir() call in
>> TestModelControllerService and it seemed to solve the problem. Dont'
>> know if its my machine, Windblows or what. Maybe just a race condition
>> between JVM and the OS's file controller.
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