sergio.cazzolato at canonical.com
Thu Nov 17 12:48:26 UTC 2016
On Thu, Nov 17, 2016 at 9:20 AM, Zygmunt Krynicki <
zygmunt.krynicki at canonical.com> wrote:
> > Wiadomość napisana przez Sergio Cazzolato <sergio.cazzolato at canonical.
> com> w dniu 17.11.2016, o godz. 13:17:
> > Hello,
> > We were working on a set of KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) mainly
> focused on the phones, and now we are working defining new ones for all the
> changes that are coming on.
> > The first step was to work within the KPI and QA teams to define a set
> > Now I would like to hear from you which KPIs you think that would be
> useful to use/reuse for snappy, and which new ones we could include.
> > The KPIs that already exist are:
> I think first boot time is interesting (though harder to measure perhaps).
Agree, but it should be possible since we are working on flashing the
> > . Reboot time
> > . Web browser metrics
> > . memory and cpu used scrolling webpages
> > . App launch time
> > . Idle cpu time for unity8
> > KPIs already proposed:
> > . Boot time
> > . unity8 QML metrics dragging a window when many windows are opened
> > . Launch time of multiple apps
> > . UI/Graphics latency
> > . Network: bandwidth, latency, packet loss, concurrent users
> > . Snapweb integration
> ^ What does this measure?
It depends on the KPI. The boot/reboot ones will measure the time in
seconds from it is started/restarted up to when it is ready to be used.
Then the KPIs are sent to a KPI grafana instance where you can follow it
and detect any regression.
> > . Other webbrowser metrics
> > Thanks
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