On Tue, May/22/2007 07:36:42AM, Jeff Squyres wrote:
> I'm assuming that this is a per-user kind of setting,
> right? (e.g., stored in a cookie)
Correct. The on/off switch is a user pref. Though the
database of filters itself is global. Do you think the
filters should be per-user too?
> It looks promising, but I'd put better titles on the two
> screens. E.g., I'd call this results filtering, or
Right, this is more like a global "Ignore". I guess I
called it "failure tracking" in the hopes that MTT would
someday be able to magically populate the "failure" table by
> On May 21, 2007, at 3:42 PM, Ethan Mallove wrote:
> > I have something to help filter out (in reporter.php) old
> > known OMPI failures, though this feature is still in an
> > embryonic stage.
> > E.g., here's a link that shows *all* of Sun's recent Test
> > Run failures.
> > http://www.open-mpi.org/~emallove/mtt_/reporter.php?do_redir=199
> > If I don't care to sift through all the SPARC "alignment"
> > errors that are already in our bug tracking system, I can
> > add that failure here at the below link.
> > http://www.open-mpi.org/~emallove/mtt_/track-failures/?screen=Insert
> > The HTML form would like something like this:
> > Field: "Hardware" Value: _sun4u_
> > Field: "Stdout" Value: _invalid address alignment_
> > (The remaining 8 rows of the form would be left blank)
> > One can see the entire database of failures in
> > "Delete Mode". E.g.,
> > http://www.open-mpi.org/~emallove/mtt_/track-failures/?screen=Delete
> > E.g., now if I don't care to see the alignment errors, I can
> > checkbox the "Filter tracked failures" box in Preferences.
> > Voil?:
> > http://www.open-mpi.org/~emallove/mtt_/reporter.php?do_redir=200
> > Thoughts?
> > -Ethan
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