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  1. Fabric
  2. FAB-13452

gossip.service test is failing intermittently in the daily unit-tests

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    • Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Medium
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • v2.0.0
    • v2.0.0
    • fabric-gossip
    • d6204d744f045b146b844fa20c363d96e0776b14
    • (Please add steps to reproduce)

    Description

      The unit-tests are failing intermittently in the gossip service tests. The daily unit-tests and unit-test-coverage-daily have been failing in the gossip.service tests

      Intermittent: Yes

      Branch: master

      Platform: x86_64

      Error Snippet:

      19:25:42 	/w/workspace/fabri--- FAIL: TestLeaderYield (117.02s)
      19:25:42     integration_test.go:156: p0 started its delivery service
      19:25:42     integration_test.go:161: p0 stopped its delivery service
      19:25:42     integration_test.go:171: p1 hasn't taken over leadership within 1m0s: -1
      19:25:42 2018-12-28 00:24:53.581 UTC [gossip.service] updateAnchors -> ERRO 08e Tried joining channel A but our org( OrgMSP0 ), isn't among the orgs of the channel: [Org0] , aborting
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      19:25:42 FAIL	github.com/hyperledger/fabric/gossip/service	232.230s
      
      2018-12-28 00:22:56.561 UTC [gossip.service] updateAnchors -> ERRO 036 Tried joining channel foo but our org( SampleOrg ), isn't among the orgs of the channel: [ORG1] , aborting.
      

      Build Log

      https://logs.hyperledger.org/production/vex-yul-hyp-jenkins-3/fabric-unit-test-daily-master-x86_64/316/

      https://logs.hyperledger.org/production/vex-yul-hyp-jenkins-3/fabric-unit-test-coverage-daily-master-x86_64/308/

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              sambhavdutt Sambhav Nidamarty
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