Boot Speed Testing Results
bryce at canonical.com
Fri Dec 9 20:01:18 UTC 2011
On Wed, Dec 07, 2011 at 01:23:21PM -0700, Patrick Wright wrote:
> The Platform QA has started executing boot speed tests on the daily
> ISOs. We are currently using the bootchart package to collect the
> boot speed results. Those results can be reviewed from the Boot Speed
> Report.  The results you see are still in progress, but its a good
> idea of where we're heading. The Dell and Samsung are the most
> - Desktop i386 only (at the moment)
> - Auto-login enabled
> - Collect data only after second reboot to eliminate the first boot outliers
> We will be completing the benchmark results for all systems from Lucid
> to Precise Alpha 1. In addition, QA will be adding more systems over
> the next few months.
> Patrick Wright
>  http://reports.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/boot-speed/
Please expose the historical data. It looks like you're storing it in
timestamped subdirectories, so guessing you could just make the index of
those subdirs visible.
Specifically, what I hope to see is as we add changes to X.org, does
that help or hurt the bootspeed.
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