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Re: Failing: beam_PerformanceTests_Python

I think we should focus on fixing the BEAM-5334 issue first. I investigated it a little bit and tried to reproduce it locally on my machine - no success. The logs say: 

"05:18:37 error: [Errno 2] No such file or directory"

but do not specify what is the path of the file or directory which seems weird to me. Is Jenkins hiding the path for some reason (a bold idea of mine)? Could someone with direct access to Jenkins check what is happening (e.g. by running the commands manually on Jenkins executor)?
I also tried to explicitly define pip version to 18.0 because it now uses 10.0.1 to see if this fixes the problem. Surprisingly to me, logs still say that version 10.0.1 is used

Fixing this issue is very important because it prevents many Jenkins jobs from being run. It not only prevents Python performance tests from being run but all of them - even the Java ones that are also run using the PerfKitBenchmarker tool or Spark Performance tests.  

pt., 7 wrz 2018 o 02:48 Mark Liu <markliu@xxxxxxxxxx> napisał(a):
I created a PR-6344 that synced to a point earlier and expected to see Jenkins error 2 days ago, but not. Probably the current issue is relevant to Jenkins build environment. 

We can also think about moving performance tests to Gradle which seems provide a stable way to setup python environment since recent beam_PostCommit_Python_Verify keeps green.


On Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 1:04 PM Mikhail Gryzykhin <migryz@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thank you for looking into this.


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On Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 11:20 AM Mark Liu <markliu@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
BEAM-5296 is tracking the previous error. Some debugging efforts are made and summarized in PR-6321

But I didn't realize test failed in different error now.


On Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 10:28 AM Mikhail Gryzykhin <migryz@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi everyone,

I see that beam_PerformanceTests_Python job is failing during last several days.

Corresponding errors:

Can someone help look into this?


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