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# Copyright (c) 2009 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.
AUTHOR = "Chrome OS Team"
NAME = "platform_BootPerf"
PURPOSE = "Collect boot performance metrics from the last system reboot."
The test will fail if startup times or shut down times are exceeded. These
values are set in the suite control file.
ATTRIBUTES = "suite:crosbolt_perf_nightly"
TEST_CATEGORY = "Benchmark"
TEST_CLASS = "platform"
TEST_TYPE = "client"
DOC = """
Definitions of the results:
- reboots_in_syslog:
- the count of the number of reboots in syslog.
- seconds_firmware_boot:
- how long it took just the firmware to boot.
- seconds_kernel_to_login:
- how long from kernel startup to login screen display.
- seconds_kernel_to_startup:
- how long we've been up before starting the kernel.
- seconds_kernel_to_startup_done:
- how long we've been up after starting the kernel.
- seconds_power_on_to_login:
- total number of seconds from power on to login screen display. This is
the sum of the other values, and represents the total startup time.
- seconds_reboot_time:
- This is the total time from start of a reboot until the firmware has
- seconds_shutdown_time:
- This is the total time from the beginning of a shutdown until
power off. This is actually measured as time for a complete
reboot, minus the seconds_firmware_boot time.
- sectors_read_kernel_to_login:
- This is the number of disk sectors read from kernel boot until
login screen display.