[Lava-users] Boot time measurement with Lava
denis.humeau at st.com
Wed Aug 22 07:02:51 UTC 2018
Do you have any idea on how intrusive Lava is on such boot processes? Based on what I see, without any further analysis, boot time is much higher when measured inside Lava. In my example, I measure Linux + Userland boot time, and I get about 20s more using Lava.
As I said, I haven't analyzed yet.
But, globally speaking, we have noticed so far that time measurements, benchmarkings, when performed via Lava, produce results significantly different than when performed outside Lava. Boot time is the latest example. I wonder if it is due to Lava (Lava may not be designed for this), or maybe is it due to our setup.
From: Milosz Wasilewski <milosz.wasilewski at linaro.org>
Sent: mardi 21 août 2018 11:58
To: Denis HUMEAU <denis.humeau at st.com>
Cc: lava-users at lists.linaro.org
Subject: Re: [Lava-users] Boot time measurement with Lava
On 21 August 2018 at 10:56, Denis HUMEAU <denis.humeau at st.com> wrote:
> Hello Lava users,
> Do you have any example or advice to share on a way to measure boot
> time using Lava?
> Let’s say that I use u-boot, a minimal boot for a device running
> Linux, and I want to measure the time spent between Power On
> (pdu-reboot e.g) and Linux prompt.
You can find it in the 'lava' suite results as 'auto-login-action'. It has a measurement which is roughly what you expect.
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