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cyclictest -t 5 -p 80 -n -q -l 10 | |

runs a test with 5 threads, stops after 10 loops and outputs: | |

T: 0 ( 2215) P:80 I: 1000 C: 10 Min: 31 Act: 33 Avg: 33 Max: 43 | |

T: 1 ( 2216) P:79 I: 1500 C: 10 Min: 22 Act: 22 Avg: 36 Max: 61 | |

T: 2 ( 2217) P:78 I: 2000 C: 10 Min: 27 Act: 33 Avg: 36 Max: 50 | |

T: 3 ( 2218) P:77 I: 2500 C: 10 Min: 23 Act: 37 Avg: 38 Max: 59 | |

T: 4 ( 2219) P:76 I: 3000 C: 10 Min: 26 Act: 48 Avg: 36 Max: 48 | |

All numbers in micro seconds. You get the minimium, maximum and average latency for each thread. | |

I use this for automated regression testing. | |

The -v option outputs: | |

0: 0: 0 | |

0: 1: 45 | |

0: 2: 41 | |

0: 3: 31 | |

0: 4: 31 | |

0: 5: 34 | |

1: 0: 0 | |

1: 1: 29 | |

1: 2: 33 | |

1: 3: 33 | |

... | |

where the first column is the thread, the second column is the loop | |

counter and the third is the latency value for this step. You can use | |

this for your own statistics or for latency distribution plots. | |

tglx |