Author steve.dower
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Date 2019-01-10.00:47:18
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The tests mostly fail in the PGO run because they are highly sensitive to the source tree layout. We've never fixed them because they aren't that important to the PGO run - failure cases help with training - and the real tests pass fine under their more controlled conditions.

Don't rely on the PGO run for pass/fails. If you particularly want to fix them, I'd suggest coming up with a (provably) better set of training data, or focusing on running tests from alternate layouts (use the recent PC/layout script to generate sensible layouts in alternate locations).
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