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# Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
import logging, time
from autotest_lib.client.bin import test, utils
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import base_utils, error
class hardware_Xrandr(test.test):
version = 1
def run_once(self, num_iterations=1):
# Start ui if not started. Restart if already started. This is needed
# because:
# 1. X is running only when ui is running.
# 2. Make sure the system is at the login screen instead of in a
# started session, so powerd will not turn off the screen.
if utils.system_output('status ui').find('start/running') !=-1:
utils.system_output('restart ui')
utils.system_output('start ui')
# Wait for X to be started so Xrandr does not get called too soon.
num_errors = 0
keyvals = {}
# Read the Xrandr outputs.
xrandr_state = base_utils.get_xrandr_output_state()
# Also create lists of on/off times for each output. Initialize them to
# zeros to avoid the overhead of appending values.
on_times = {}
off_times = {}
for output in xrandr_state:
# Attempt to identify the internal display. Note that there may not
# be such a display, e.g. on a desktop system.
if self._is_internal(output):
keyvals['internal_output_name'] = output
on_times[output] = [0] * num_iterations
off_times[output] = [0] * num_iterations
# Toggle each output twice and verify the output has turned on/off.
for index in xrange(num_iterations):
for output in xrandr_state:
is_enabled = xrandr_state[output]
for output_state in [not is_enabled, is_enabled]:
start_time = time.time()
base_utils.set_xrandr_output(output, output_state)
end_time = time.time()
new_xrandr_state = base_utils.get_xrandr_output_state()
if new_xrandr_state[output] != output_state:
logging.error('Failed to turn %s %s.' %
(output, 'on' if output_state else 'off'))
num_errors += 1
time_list = \
(on_times if output_state else off_times)[output]
time_list[index] = end_time - start_time
if output_state == is_enabled:'Successfully cycled output %s' % output)
stats = { 'mean' : lambda list: sum(list) / num_iterations,
'max' : max,
'min' : min }
for output in xrandr_state:
output_name = output
if self._is_internal(output):
output_name = 'internal'
for func_name in stats:
keyvals['s_%s_on_%s_time' % (output_name, func_name)] = \
keyvals['s_%s_off_%s_time' % (output_name, func_name)] = \
if num_errors > 0:
raise error.TestFail('Failed with %d errors, see log for details' %
def cleanup(self):
# Reset the UI, which may have been adjusted by Chrome when outputs were
# turned on and off.
if utils.system_output('status ui').find('start/running') !=-1:
utils.system_output('restart ui')
utils.system_output('start ui')
def _is_internal(self, output):
Determines if the given output is an internal output. Internal outputs
are identified by name -- eDP, LVDS, or DSI.
output: name of output to check
Return value:
True if |output| is eDP, LVDS, or DSI, False otherwise.
internal_types = ['edp', 'lvds', 'dsi']
matches = [output.lower().startswith(type) for type in internal_types]
return True in matches