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  • How to view every single test.

    I know there's the command list-all-tests, but it doesn't seem to show every test possible, even including ones which can run on my Operating System. For example, the darktable benchmark never shows up no matter what command I run for available tests. It's also not visible on the Phoronix Test Suite Tests page. The only way I can navigate to it is through the Imaging Suite of tests on the Phoronix Test Suite Suites page. Running the command "benchmark darktable" works, so Phoronix knows this benchmark exists and has a repo of it somewhere. Is there a way I can view every test that's available through Phoronix? Thanks.

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    Looking at https://openbenchmarking.org/tests/system will show the other tests like Darktable. PTS and system are the two main repositories (plus the Windows repository on Windows for Windows specific tests).
    Michael Larabel
    http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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      Ah, interesting, thank you. Looking at the GitHub repo, it seems there's a git, system, pts, and windows repo all with different tests. Is there any reason these are split up? Also, how do I navigate to these tests on Openbenchmarking.org without know the URL? Is there a way to view all these tests within the Phoronix Test Suite shell?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Brandon Dickerson View Post
        Ah, interesting, thank you. Looking at the GitHub repo, it seems there's a git, system, pts, and windows repo all with different tests. Is there any reason these are split up? Also, how do I navigate to these tests on Openbenchmarking.org without know the URL? Is there a way to view all these tests within the Phoronix Test Suite shell?
        There isn't an easy view right now from OpenBenchmarking.org but to be addressed when I get around to its overhaul.

        pts/* is for default repository.

        git/* tests use the latest Git code of the programs themselves rather than stable, specific versions.

        windows/* is for Windows-specific tests.

        system/* is for tests that are specifically using a system-supplied application/program. pts/sqlite for example will build a specific SQlite version while running benchmark system/sqlite will benchmark what is on the system installed.
        Michael Larabel
        http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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        • #5
          Thank you for the answers Michael, this clears things up quite a bit. I appreciate all the work you do, keep it up.

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