Boot Speed Testing Results
pgraner at canonical.com
Mon Dec 12 21:17:52 UTC 2011
On 12/09/2011 12:06 PM, Kees Cook wrote:
> Hi Patrick,
> 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
> Great! Thanks for getting these published. Are there plans to add other
> workloads? I would be very curious to see things like kernel build times,
> iobench, apache static and dynamic page serving latency, and power
> consumption for idle, dvd, audio, etc.
In the near term future you have boot speed and we will be doing power
testing as well via a high end Fluke Network meter. That power bits are
still a work in progress but we should have something up in the next few
weeks. cking is the guy to talk to.
As far as benchmarking, load & stress tests, they are on the long term
roadmap for QA but not for this cycle.
Hope that helps.
Pete Graner - Ubuntu Kernel & QA Team Manager - <pgraner at canonical.com>
Canonical Ltd. - http://www.canonical.com/
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