Author db3l
Recipients LorenzMende, ammar2, db3l, eryksun, heckad, miss-islington, paul.moore, skoslowski, steve.dower, tim.golden, vstinner, zach.ware
Date 2019-10-02.20:33:50
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Just an FYI that this change is generating warnings on my Windows 10 buildbot with some regularity about a failure to parse testperf output, such as:

Warning -- Failed to parse typeperf output: '"10/01/2019 07:58:50.056"'


Now, clearly there's no queue length in that output so the parsing warning is accurate, but does the overall build have to reflect a warning in such cases, given that it's just a test harness issue, and not anything going wrong with the actual tests?  Previously any such cases would be ignored silently, so this probably isn't a new issue but just one that is now shows up as an overall build warning.

I don't know why both fields aren't present although it seems plausible that it's just a partial line from the I/O (I don't think it guarantees it receives full lines), and the queue length field would appear on the following read.
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