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* find out how to lower wattmeter deviation
 
* find out how to lower wattmeter deviation
 
* measure on a different HW
 
* measure on a different HW
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* create set of C examples demonstrating gcc's imporvements
  
 
Sources of information:
 
Sources of information:
 
* [[SIGs/PowerManagement/RHEL5xF12comparison]]
 
* [[SIGs/PowerManagement/RHEL5xF12comparison]]
 
* http://people.redhat.com/~jskala/bltk/
 
* http://people.redhat.com/~jskala/bltk/

Revision as of 06:23, 15 October 2009

Contents

Jan Hutař

jhutar@redhat.com

Red Hat Czech - QA engineer

Inasnum - Fedora package sanity checker

See: https://fedorahosted.org/inasnum

rpmfluff

rpmfluff is a lightweight way of building RPMs, and sabotaging them so they are broken in controlled ways.

It is intended for use when testing RPM-testers e.g. rpmlint and writing test cases for RPM tools e.g. yum

See: https://fedorahosted.org/rpmfluff

BC thesis: Measure power consumption on a different Linux versions

Ideas for additional tasks:

  • measure BLTK run on older Fedoras (say, F9 - F12)
  • measure BLTK run on some different distros (Debian)
  • measure BLTK run with tuned enabled
    • are there tuned profiles already implemented?
  • measure BLTK run under plain X server without window manager, tons of tray icons and so on
  • prepare patches to tuned
    • is there any TODO document?
  • prepare patches for BLTK
    • e.g. to get it working on a older Fedora or different distro
    • is there any TODO document?
  • create set of C source files demonstrating GCC improvements over time
  • publish something on root.cz or abclinuxu.cz
    • ideas?
  • Red Hat internal small presentation about the work progress/goals/results
  • add some ethernet or wifi intensive test to the BLTK (or create a standalone script)
    • to simulate downloading big amounts of data
    • combined with chatting on IRC (low network usage)
  • find out how to lower wattmeter deviation
  • measure on a different HW
  • create set of C examples demonstrating gcc's imporvements

Sources of information: