On Tue, 2012-08-21 at 17:09 +0200, Ove Kåven wrote:
Den 21. aug. 2012 16:43, skrev Ove Kåven:
>> I'm surprised that I am not seeing that timeout in tests for
binaries, which also use libdbus. Perhaps Harmattan
>> uses a shorter default timeout.
> We should probably also not forget the possibilities that
> 1) you've not been testing the QtContacts backend, and
> 2) the Tracker storage might also be much slower than a typical
> workstation system with plenty of disk cache. It's slow enough that I
> doubt the Harmattan developers would want to shorten the timeout.
Hmm, wait, it's the WebDAV side that's the "other" side here, not the
Then, maybe you just aren't testing WebDAV over a GPRS connection
It could be that my sanity testing of the syncevolution.org
simply never takes longer than 25 seconds, despite running under
The stress tests are done against binaries compiled on a more recent
distro with GIO D-Bus.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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