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= Description =
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{{QA/Test_Case
{{{description|scomes is measuring utility based on systemtap.}}}
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= How to test =
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This test will measure ticks, syscall count, read/written bytes when performing some tasks (random data copying, process forking, website download).
{{{actions|
 
# download scomes test case file [https://fedoraproject.org/w/uploads/2/20/Testday-091022.tar.bz Testday-091022.tar.bz]
 
# unpack testday-091022.tar.bz and change dir to created dir 
 
  $ tar xfvj testday-091022.tar.bz
 
  $ cd testday-091022
 
# run test
 
  # ./scomes-test.sh
 
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= Expected Results =
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'''Privileges''': superuser<br />
{{{results|
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'''Runlevel''': multiuser (X11)<br/>
# results file created by scomes-test.sh - scomes-data.XXXXXXXX
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'''ETA''': 1 minute
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# Open terminal window.
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# Run: <code>su -c tuned-run-scomes</code>
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# Read the instructions provided and start the test by pressing any key.
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{{admon/tip|When something goes wrong|When something like ''semantic error'' appears, cancel the test (by pressing Control+C) and check whether you have appropriate kernel-debuginfo package installed. Then start the test again.}}
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|results=
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The results will be stored in <code>/usr/share/testday-091022/results</code> directory with timestamp. Do not modify anything in this directory.
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Revision as of 13:19, 20 October 2009

Description

This test will measure ticks, syscall count, read/written bytes when performing some tasks (random data copying, process forking, website download).

Privileges: superuser
Runlevel: multiuser (X11)
ETA: 1 minute


How to test

  1. Open terminal window.
  2. Run: su -c tuned-run-scomes
  3. Read the instructions provided and start the test by pressing any key.
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When something goes wrong
When something like semantic error appears, cancel the test (by pressing Control+C) and check whether you have appropriate kernel-debuginfo package installed. Then start the test again.

Expected Results

The results will be stored in /usr/share/testday-091022/results directory with timestamp. Do not modify anything in this directory.