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One GC test has unnecessary sleeps which are quite expensive due to the parametrization (2 x 2 x 2 = 8 iterations). They are unnecessary because they check that garbage collection of runtime env URIs doesn't occur after a certain time, but garbage collection isn't time-based.  This PR removes the sleeps.

This PR is just to fix CI; a followup PR will make the test more effective by attempting to trigger GC in a more targeted way (by starting multiple tasks with different runtime_env resources.  GC is only triggered upon *creation* of a new resource that causes the cache size to be exceeded.)

It's still not clear what exactly caused the test suite to start taking longer recently, but it might be due to some change elsewhere in Ray, since there were no runtime_env related commits in that time period.
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Ray is a unified framework for scaling AI and Python applications. Ray consists of a core distributed runtime and a toolkit of libraries (Ray AIR) for accelerating ML workloads:

Learn more about Ray AIR and its libraries:

  • Datasets: Distributed Data Preprocessing
  • Train: Distributed Training
  • Tune: Scalable Hyperparameter Tuning
  • RLlib: Scalable Reinforcement Learning
  • Serve: Scalable and Programmable Serving

Or more about Ray Core and its key abstractions:

  • Tasks: Stateless functions executed in the cluster.
  • Actors: Stateful worker processes created in the cluster.
  • Objects: Immutable values accessible across the cluster.

Ray runs on any machine, cluster, cloud provider, and Kubernetes, and features a growing ecosystem of community integrations.

Install Ray with: pip install ray. For nightly wheels, see the Installation page.

Why Ray?

Today's ML workloads are increasingly compute-intensive. As convenient as they are, single-node development environments such as your laptop cannot scale to meet these demands.

Ray is a unified way to scale Python and AI applications from a laptop to a cluster.

With Ray, you can seamlessly scale the same code from a laptop to a cluster. Ray is designed to be general-purpose, meaning that it can performantly run any kind of workload. If your application is written in Python, you can scale it with Ray, no other infrastructure required.

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GitHub Issues For reporting bugs and filing feature requests. < 2 days Ray OSS Team
Slack For collaborating with other Ray users. < 2 days Community
StackOverflow For asking questions about how to use Ray. 3-5 days Community
Meetup Group For learning about Ray projects and best practices. Monthly Ray DevRel
Twitter For staying up-to-date on new features. Daily Ray DevRel