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    Phoronix Test Suite Released

    Phoronix: Phoronix Test Suite Released

    Back in early February we announced that we were in the process of formalizing and releasing our internal test tools as a platform for facilitating easy to use, accurate, and reproducible Linux benchmarks based upon the testing work that we have been doing at Phoronix for the past four years. The goals with this are really to make it easier for Linux end-users to run reliable (both qualitative and quantitative) benchmarks for their own personal use, push more open-source projects to making their software more testable, and pushing hardware and software vendors for greater Linux testing based upon a standardized set of tests. Today we are very pleased to announce the first public release of the Phoronix Test Suite software, which is licensed under the GNU GPLv3, and the creation of a public database for freely sharing your test results and other information in a collaborative manner.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=12136

  • Tares
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    Well, sorry for a noob question, but I just cant get it working ;-) how to upload results for my account ?

    EDIT :

    okay, got that ;-) didn't read that I need the latest .tar.gz ;-)
    Last edited by Tares; 04-24-2008, 12:31 PM.

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  • Michael
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    If the files are working, sure. Michael [at] phoronix.com

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  • Dr_ST
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    You'll need to use the latest git.... .tar.gz of it @ http://www.phorogit.com/index.php?p=...e.git&dl=targz This git also has a few more packages added in.
    Ok, then i have:
    =================================
    Phoronix Test Suite v0.3.1 (TRONDHEIM)
    Diagnostics Dump
    =================================

    PTS_VERSION = 0.3.1
    PTS_CODENAME = TRONDHEIM
    PTS_TYPE = DESKTOP
    THIS_RUN_TIME = 1208812589
    XML_PROFILE_LOCATION = pts/benchmark-profiles/
    XML_SUITE_LOCATION = pts/benchmark-suites/
    DISTRO_XML_LOCATION = pts/distro-xml/
    DISTRO_SCRIPT_LOCATION = pts/distro-scripts/
    BENCHMARK_RESOURCE_LOCATION = pts/benchmark-resources/
    PTS_USER_DIR = /home/stephane/.phoronix-test-suite/
    BENCHMARK_ENVIRONMENT = /home/stephane/pts-benchmark-env/
    SAVE_RESULTS_LOCATION = /home/stephane/pts-test-results/

    Environmental Variables (accessible via test scripts):
    PTS_TYPE = DESKTOP
    PTS_VERSION = 0.3.1
    NUM_CPU_CORES = 2
    NUM_CPU_JOBS = 3
    SYS_MEMORY = 3024
    VIDEO_MEMORY = 256
    VIDEO_WIDTH = 1280
    VIDEO_HEIGHT = 800
    OS = MandrivaLinux
    OS_VERSION = 2008.1
    OS_ARCH = x86_64
    THIS_RUN_TIME = 1208812589

    I have adjusted the name accordingly, now running the test, i've seen the gcc-c++ is missing from my modified file :-)

    Do you want the modfied file now?

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  • Michael
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    You'll need to use the latest git.... .tar.gz of it @ http://www.phorogit.com/index.php?p=...e.git&dl=targz This git also has a few more packages added in.

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  • Dr_ST
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    If that's the case, what's the output of phoronix-test-suite diagnostics? It will display something like:
    Nothing is displayed except the help file, i may need an update version of the test suite (0.3.1 actually)?

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by Dr_ST View Post
    Nice work !!!

    I would like to get the test running natively under Mandriva Spring (at least this version) .

    I've already modified:
    ./pts/distro-scripts/install-mandriva-packages.sh
    ./pts/distro-xml/mandriva-packages.xml

    In order to adjsut installation commands and packages name (close to fedora but not all).

    I think i need something to modify, but could you guide me a little?
    I'm a mandriva long-term contributor (9 years) and i really appreciate this testing suite, i'm there for providing full feeedbackk for the test suite (and of course some specifities to mandriva if needed). Are you OK with this addition?
    Hi Dr_ST,

    I'll be happy to push the Mandriva changes upstream once they're working.

    That should be all the modifications that are needed to support the "PTS External Dependencies". Is it not working for you? If it's not, I think then it would be a problem in install-mandriva-packages.sh maybe, as it should be auto-detected just fine if the distribution name is being detected properly.

    If that's the case, what's the output of phoronix-test-suite diagnostics? It will display something like:

    =================================
    Phoronix Test Suite v0.3.1 (TRONDHEIM)
    Diagnostics Dump
    =================================

    PTS_VERSION = 0.3.1
    PTS_CODENAME = TRONDHEIM
    PTS_TYPE = DESKTOP
    THIS_RUN_TIME = 1208810964
    XML_PROFILE_LOCATION = pts/benchmark-profiles/
    XML_SUITE_LOCATION = pts/benchmark-suites/
    DISTRO_XML_LOCATION = pts/distro-xml/
    DISTRO_SCRIPT_LOCATION = pts/distro-scripts/
    BENCHMARK_RESOURCE_LOCATION = pts/benchmark-resources/
    PTS_USER_DIR = /home/michael/.phoronix-test-suite/
    BENCHMARK_ENVIRONMENT = /home/michael/pts-benchmark-env/
    SAVE_RESULTS_LOCATION = /home/michael/pts-test-results/

    Environmental Variables (accessible via test scripts):
    PTS_TYPE = DESKTOP
    PTS_VERSION = 0.3.1
    NUM_CPU_CORES = 2
    NUM_CPU_JOBS = 3
    SYS_MEMORY = 1982
    VIDEO_MEMORY = 512
    VIDEO_WIDTH = 1680
    VIDEO_HEIGHT = 1050
    OS = Ubuntu
    OS_VERSION = 8.04
    OS_ARCH = x86_64
    THIS_RUN_TIME = 1208810964
    Then in the environmental variables, is the OS = showing "Mandriva" or something else? the name of the distro-packages.xml and install-distro-packages.sh is where distro is the lowercase version of OS.

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  • Dr_ST
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    Nice work !!!

    I would like to get the test running natively under Mandriva Spring (at least this version) .

    I've already modified:
    ./pts/distro-scripts/install-mandriva-packages.sh
    ./pts/distro-xml/mandriva-packages.xml

    In order to adjsut installation commands and packages name (close to fedora but not all).

    I think i need something to modify, but could you guide me a little?
    I'm a mandriva long-term contributor (9 years) and i really appreciate this testing suite, i'm there for providing full feeedbackk for the test suite (and of course some specifities to mandriva if needed). Are you OK with this addition?

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  • puntarenas
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    I just wanted to say thank you, Michael! Great work and I really like the idea of profiles for suites and single benchmarks.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by bogdanbiv View Post
    Michael, what kind of contributors do you need?

    Testers just running it out with their different PC(s) when a new release is out or better yet using git frequently and reporting your feedback to the forums.

    If you see an application lacking a profile, you could also write one yourself and submit it It's quite easy to do.

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