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:; time make test PERL_DL_NONLAZY=1 /usr/bin/perl "-MExtUtils::Command::MM" "-e" "test_h +arness(0, 'blib/lib', 'blib/arch')" t/*.t t/01-conversion_0_10000................ok t/02-conversion_10001_999999...........ok t/03-conversion_1000000_and_up.........ok t/04-special-cases.....................ok t/71-version_numbers_are_the_same......ok t/pod-coverage.........................ok t/pod..................................ok All tests successful. Files=7, Tests=10218, 7 wallclock secs ( 0.94 usr 0.15 sys + 6.70 c +usr 0.14 csys = 7.93 CPU) Result: PASS real 0m7.180s user 0m7.726s sys 0m0.324s

There you go, over 10k tests in just 7 seconds.

Granted, that is not a full system, just a module. However, my answers remain: my largest test suite has over 10000 tests, and it runs in just a few seconds.

I also recall creating a system with ~400 tests that would run in just no time. Then again, the most enforced requisite of that platform was that it had to process over 1000 requests per second.

And it did.

In reply to Re^2: Test Survey Results by cog
in thread Test Survey Results by Ovid

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