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Commit hash Branch Node total Updated at Created at
f5d1375fdde238083ee20b00e3ca8a97966e1fac refs/heads/hw-eth-support 10 2021-04-21 08:13:21 UTC 2021-04-21 08:10:02 UTC

Parallel CI nodes with completed tests

4 out of 10 parallel CI nodes completed tests.

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The time gap between the finish times of the CI node that Finished First and the one which Finished Last is 1 minute 10.887 seconds. The lower, the better.

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Parallel CI nodes with completed tests

The first CI node finished its work at 2021-04-21 08:11:05 UTC. CI nodes that finished at least 60s later are highlighted.

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The average tests' time execution per CI node is 4 minutes 39.033 seconds.

The time gap between the finish times of the CI node that Finished First and the one which Finished Last is 1 minute 10.887 seconds. The lower, the better.

Node Index Created At Time execution
0 Finished First 2021-04-21 08:11:05 UTC 5 minutes 1.105 seconds
4 2021-04-21 08:11:11 UTC 4 minutes 16.842 seconds
7 2021-04-21 08:11:12 UTC 4 minutes 28.141 seconds
8 Finished Last 2021-04-21 08:12:16 UTC 4 minutes 50.044 seconds
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