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  • #81
    I am currently running the suite from another machine,I had to install many,but povray shows an error..Can you help me with that?
    1 Test To Install
    172MB Of Disk Space Is Needed

    pts/povray-1.2.1:
    Test Installation 1 of 1
    1 File Needed [44.75 MB / 1 Minute]
    File Found: povray-3.7.0.7.tar.xz [44.75MB]
    Installation Size: 172 MB
    Installing Test @ 15:57:59
    The installer exited with a non-zero exit status.
    ERROR: ./prebuild.sh: error: requires automake 1.9 or above
    LOG: ~/.phoronix-test-suite/installed-tests/pts/povray-1.2.1/install-failed.log


    [PROBLEM] pts/povray-1.2.1 is not installed.


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    • #82
      Your system needs automake 1.9 or newer as the error shows. This is a problem with your Linux distribution. Either you are on too old of distribution or other issue. PTS should automatically be installing automake, but if your distro only offers an older version, there is nothing that can be done from the PTS perspective but an issue with your OS.
      Michael Larabel
      http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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      • #83
        How to compare the results of various machines?

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        • #84
          I type merge-results,and the give one test result from machine A and one test result from machine B.It throws error shows the results saved in my machine A alone.Please help me find a solution

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          • #85
            Originally posted by ashvi View Post
            I type merge-results,and the give one test result from machine A and one test result from machine B.It throws error shows the results saved in my machine A alone.Please help me find a solution
            Without posting the full output of the command you are running and the output with whatever error is shown, it's impossible to the debug the situation.
            Michael Larabel
            http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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            • #86
              [email protected] ~ $ phoronix-test-suite list-saved-results

              Phoronix Test Suite v7.0.0
              10 Saved Results

              Saved Name: ash Title: ash
              - ashvi

              Saved Name: d2test Title: d2test
              - d2suite

              Saved Name: d2try Title: d2try
              - d2tryy

              Saved Name: dgh Title: dgh
              - dfn

              Saved Name: dsfh Title: dsfh
              - s GT

              Saved Name: merge-4588 Title: dsfh
              - s GT
              - try88

              Saved Name: merge-5059 Title: try6
              - try88
              - d2tryy

              Saved Name: new-try Title: new try
              - newtryy

              Saved Name: triald2 Title: TRIALD2
              - D2TRIALL

              Saved Name: try6 Title: try6
              - try88


              this is the output from my machine

              but I want to merge an output from another machine trial3 with the output of this machine

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              • #87
                using merge-resuts or analyze-all-runs option...we can merge and analyze two results saved in the same machine...
                My query is,I want to compare results saved in different machine..It is possible? Please help me with that..

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                • #88
                  Originally posted by Michael View Post

                  Without posting the full output of the command you are running and the output with whatever error is shown, it's impossible to the debug the situation.
                  Using phoronix-test-suite merge-resuts or phoronix-test-suite analyze-all-runs option...we can merge and analyze two results saved in the same machine...
                  My query is,I want to compare results saved in different machine..It is possible? Please help me with that..

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                  • #89
                    Originally posted by ashvi View Post

                    Using phoronix-test-suite merge-resuts or phoronix-test-suite analyze-all-runs option...we can merge and analyze two results saved in the same machine...
                    My query is,I want to compare results saved in different machine..It is possible? Please help me with that..
                    You would need to transfer one of the results to the other system via email/FTP/etc or upload both sets of data to OpenBenchmarking.org via upload-results and then compare the results from the web interface.
                    Michael Larabel
                    http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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                    • #90
                      [email protected] ~ $ phoronix-test-suite merge-results 2018-06-28-1505 2018-06-28-1502

                      [PROBLEM] Invalid Argument: 2018-06-28-1505 2018-06-28-1502

                      CORRECT SYNTAX:
                      phoronix-test-suite merge-results [Test Result] ...


                      Recently Saved Test Results:
                      - 2018-07-03-1216 [Today]
                      - j1 [Today]
                      - g7 [email protected] ~ $ phoronix-test-suite merge-results 2018-06-28-1505 2018-06-28-1502

                      [PROBLEM] Invalid Argument: 2018-06-28-1505 2018-06-28-1502

                      CORRECT SYNTAX:
                      phoronix-test-suite merge-results [Test Result] ...


                      Recently Saved Test Results:
                      - 2018-07-03-1216 [Today]
                      - j1 [Today]
                      - g7 [Today]
                      - merge-1711 [Today]
                      - merge-5059 [Today]


                      [Today]
                      - merge-1711 [Today]
                      - merge-5059 [Today]


                      Originally posted by Michael View Post

                      Without posting the full output of the command you are running and the output with whatever error is shown, it's impossible to the debug the situation.

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