Drupal Core Test Efficiency Boosted by 10% with Gander

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J nes Urevc has reported a 10% improvement in Drupal core test suite runtime, attributed to Gander, a performance testing framework part of Drupal since version 10.2. This advancement results from a collaborative effort between the Google Chrome team and Tag1 Consulting, aimed at optimizing Drupal's performance. 

The improvement came after identifying and resolving a redundancy issue in Drupal's core, specifically with the flood protection system's database table creation process. This optimization speeds up test runs and enhances productivity for developers and site owners by reducing wait times for test results.

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