Source code for wlauto.instrumentation.misc

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# pylint: disable=W0613,no-member,attribute-defined-outside-init

Some "standard" instruments to collect additional info about workload execution.

.. note:: The run() method of a Workload may perform some "boilerplate" as well as
          the actual execution of the workload (e.g. it may contain UI automation
          needed to start the workload). This "boilerplate" execution will also
          be measured by these instruments. As such, they are not suitable for collected
          precise data about specific operations.
import os
import re
import logging
import time
import tarfile
from itertools import izip, izip_longest
from subprocess import CalledProcessError

from wlauto import Instrument, Parameter
from wlauto.core import signal
from wlauto.exceptions import DeviceError, ConfigError
from wlauto.utils.misc import diff_tokens, write_table, check_output, as_relative
from wlauto.utils.misc import ensure_file_directory_exists as _f
from wlauto.utils.misc import ensure_directory_exists as _d
from import ApkInfo
from wlauto.utils.types import list_of_strings

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class FsExtractor(Instrument): mount_command = 'mount -t tmpfs -o size={} tmpfs {}' extract_timeout = 30 tarname = 'sysfs.tar' DEVICE_PATH = 0 BEFORE_PATH = 1 AFTER_PATH = 2 DIFF_PATH = 3 parameters = [ Parameter('paths', kind=list_of_strings, mandatory=True, description="""A list of paths to be pulled from the device. These could be directories as well as files.""", global_alias='sysfs_extract_dirs'), Parameter('use_tmpfs', kind=bool, default=None, description=""" Specifies whether tmpfs should be used to cache sysfile trees and then pull them down as a tarball. This is significantly faster then just copying the directory trees from the device directly, bur requres root and may not work on all devices. Defaults to ``True`` if the device is rooted and ``False`` if it is not. """), Parameter('tmpfs_mount_point', default=None, description="""Mount point for tmpfs partition used to store snapshots of paths."""), Parameter('tmpfs_size', default='32m', description="""Size of the tempfs partition."""), ]
[docs] def initialize_tmpfs(self, context): if not self.device.is_rooted and self.use_tmpfs: # pylint: disable=access-member-before-definition raise ConfigError('use_tempfs must be False for an unrooted device.') elif self.use_tmpfs is None: # pylint: disable=access-member-before-definition self.use_tmpfs = self.device.is_rooted if self.use_tmpfs: self.on_device_before = self.device.path.join(self.tmpfs_mount_point, 'before') self.on_device_after = self.device.path.join(self.tmpfs_mount_point, 'after') if not self.device.file_exists(self.tmpfs_mount_point): self.device.execute('mkdir -p {}'.format(self.tmpfs_mount_point), as_root=True) self.device.execute(self.mount_command.format(self.tmpfs_size, self.tmpfs_mount_point), as_root=True)
[docs] def setup(self, context): before_dirs = [ _d(os.path.join(context.output_directory, 'before', self._local_dir(d))) for d in self.paths ] after_dirs = [ _d(os.path.join(context.output_directory, 'after', self._local_dir(d))) for d in self.paths ] diff_dirs = [ _d(os.path.join(context.output_directory, 'diff', self._local_dir(d))) for d in self.paths ] self.device_and_host_paths = zip(self.paths, before_dirs, after_dirs, diff_dirs) if self.use_tmpfs: for d in self.paths: before_dir = self.device.path.join(self.on_device_before, self.device.path.dirname(as_relative(d))) after_dir = self.device.path.join(self.on_device_after, self.device.path.dirname(as_relative(d))) if self.device.file_exists(before_dir): self.device.execute('rm -rf {}'.format(before_dir), as_root=True) self.device.execute('mkdir -p {}'.format(before_dir), as_root=True) if self.device.file_exists(after_dir): self.device.execute('rm -rf {}'.format(after_dir), as_root=True) self.device.execute('mkdir -p {}'.format(after_dir), as_root=True)
[docs] def slow_start(self, context): if self.use_tmpfs: for d in self.paths: dest_dir = self.device.path.join(self.on_device_before, as_relative(d)) if '*' in dest_dir: dest_dir = self.device.path.dirname(dest_dir) self.device.execute('{} cp -Hr {} {}'.format(self.device.busybox, d, dest_dir), as_root=True, check_exit_code=False) else: # not rooted for dev_dir, before_dir, _, _ in self.device_and_host_paths: self.device.pull_file(dev_dir, before_dir)
[docs] def slow_stop(self, context): if self.use_tmpfs: for d in self.paths: dest_dir = self.device.path.join(self.on_device_after, as_relative(d)) if '*' in dest_dir: dest_dir = self.device.path.dirname(dest_dir) self.device.execute('{} cp -Hr {} {}'.format(self.device.busybox, d, dest_dir), as_root=True, check_exit_code=False) else: # not using tmpfs for dev_dir, _, after_dir, _ in self.device_and_host_paths: self.device.pull_file(dev_dir, after_dir)
[docs] def update_result(self, context): if self.use_tmpfs: on_device_tarball = self.device.path.join(self.device.working_directory, self.tarname) on_host_tarball = self.device.path.join(context.output_directory, self.tarname + ".gz") self.device.execute('{} tar cf {} -C {} .'.format(self.device.busybox, on_device_tarball, self.tmpfs_mount_point), as_root=True) self.device.execute('chmod 0777 {}'.format(on_device_tarball), as_root=True) self.device.execute('{} gzip -f {}'.format(self.device.busybox, on_device_tarball)) self.device.pull_file(on_device_tarball + ".gz", on_host_tarball) with, 'r:gz') as tf: tf.extractall(context.output_directory) self.device.delete_file(on_device_tarball + ".gz") os.remove(on_host_tarball) for paths in self.device_and_host_paths: after_dir = paths[self.AFTER_PATH] dev_dir = paths[self.DEVICE_PATH].strip('*') # remove potential trailing '*' if (not os.listdir(after_dir) and self.device.file_exists(dev_dir) and self.device.listdir(dev_dir)): self.logger.error('sysfs files were not pulled from the device.') self.device_and_host_paths.remove(paths) # Path is removed to skip diffing it for _, before_dir, after_dir, diff_dir in self.device_and_host_paths: _diff_sysfs_dirs(before_dir, after_dir, diff_dir)
[docs] def teardown(self, context): self._one_time_setup_done = []
def finalize(self, context): if self.use_tmpfs: try: self.device.execute('umount {}'.format(self.tmpfs_mount_point), as_root=True) except (DeviceError, CalledProcessError): # assume a directory but not mount point pass self.device.execute('rm -rf {}'.format(self.tmpfs_mount_point), as_root=True, check_exit_code=False) def validate(self): if not self.tmpfs_mount_point: # pylint: disable=access-member-before-definition self.tmpfs_mount_point = self.device.path.join(self.device.working_directory, 'temp-fs') def _local_dir(self, directory): return os.path.dirname(as_relative(directory).replace(self.device.path.sep, os.sep))
[docs]class SysfsExtractor(FsExtractor): name = 'sysfs_extractor' description = """ Collects the contest of a set of directories, before and after workload execution and diffs the result. """ def initialize(self, context): self.initialize_tmpfs(context)
[docs]class ExecutionTimeInstrument(Instrument): name = 'execution_time' description = """ Measure how long it took to execute the run() methods of a Workload. """ priority = 15 def __init__(self, device, **kwargs): super(ExecutionTimeInstrument, self).__init__(device, **kwargs) self.start_time = None self.end_time = None
[docs] def on_run_start(self, context): signal.connect(self.get_start_time, signal.BEFORE_WORKLOAD_EXECUTION, priority=self.priority) signal.connect(self.get_stop_time, signal.AFTER_WORKLOAD_EXECUTION, priority=self.priority)
[docs] def get_start_time(self, context): self.start_time = time.time()
[docs] def get_stop_time(self, context): self.end_time = time.time()
[docs] def update_result(self, context): execution_time = self.end_time - self.start_time context.result.add_metric('execution_time', execution_time, 'seconds')
[docs]class InterruptStatsInstrument(Instrument): name = 'interrupts' description = """ Pulls the ``/proc/interrupts`` file before and after workload execution and diffs them to show what interrupts occurred during that time. """ def __init__(self, device, **kwargs): super(InterruptStatsInstrument, self).__init__(device, **kwargs) self.before_file = None self.after_file = None self.diff_file = None
[docs] def setup(self, context): self.before_file = os.path.join(context.output_directory, 'before', 'proc', 'interrupts') self.after_file = os.path.join(context.output_directory, 'after', 'proc', 'interrupts') self.diff_file = os.path.join(context.output_directory, 'diff', 'proc', 'interrupts')
[docs] def start(self, context): with open(_f(self.before_file), 'w') as wfh: wfh.write(self.device.execute('cat /proc/interrupts'))
[docs] def stop(self, context): with open(_f(self.after_file), 'w') as wfh: wfh.write(self.device.execute('cat /proc/interrupts'))
[docs] def update_result(self, context): # If workload execution failed, the after_file may not have been created. if os.path.isfile(self.after_file): _diff_interrupt_files(self.before_file, self.after_file, _f(self.diff_file))
[docs]class DynamicFrequencyInstrument(FsExtractor): name = 'cpufreq' description = """ Collects dynamic frequency (DVFS) settings before and after workload execution. """ tarname = 'cpufreq.tar' parameters = [ Parameter('paths', mandatory=False, override=True), ] def initialize(self, context): self.initialize_tmpfs(context)
[docs] def setup(self, context): self.paths = ['/sys/devices/system/cpu'] if self.use_tmpfs: self.paths.append('/sys/class/devfreq/*') # the '*' would cause problems for adb pull. super(DynamicFrequencyInstrument, self).setup(context)
def validate(self): # temp-fs would have been set in super's validate, if not explicitly specified. if not self.tmpfs_mount_point.endswith('-cpufreq'): # pylint: disable=access-member-before-definition self.tmpfs_mount_point += '-cpufreq'
def _diff_interrupt_files(before, after, result): # pylint: disable=R0914 output_lines = [] with open(before) as bfh: with open(after) as ofh: for bline, aline in izip(bfh, ofh): bchunks = bline.strip().split() while True: achunks = aline.strip().split() if achunks[0] == bchunks[0]: diffchunks = [''] diffchunks.append(achunks[0]) diffchunks.extend([diff_tokens(b, a) for b, a in zip(bchunks[1:], achunks[1:])]) output_lines.append(diffchunks) break else: # new category appeared in the after file diffchunks = ['>'] + achunks output_lines.append(diffchunks) try: aline = except StopIteration: break # Offset heading columns by one to allow for row labels on subsequent # lines. output_lines[0].insert(0, '') # Any "columns" that do not have headings in the first row are not actually # columns -- they are a single column where space-spearated words got # split. Merge them back together to prevent them from being # column-aligned by write_table. table_rows = [output_lines[0]] num_cols = len(output_lines[0]) for row in output_lines[1:]: table_row = row[:num_cols] table_row.append(' '.join(row[num_cols:])) table_rows.append(table_row) with open(result, 'w') as wfh: write_table(table_rows, wfh) def _diff_sysfs_dirs(before, after, result): # pylint: disable=R0914 before_files = [] os.path.walk(before, lambda arg, dirname, names: arg.extend([os.path.join(dirname, f) for f in names]), before_files ) before_files = filter(os.path.isfile, before_files) files = [os.path.relpath(f, before) for f in before_files] after_files = [os.path.join(after, f) for f in files] diff_files = [os.path.join(result, f) for f in files] for bfile, afile, dfile in zip(before_files, after_files, diff_files): if not os.path.isfile(afile): logger.debug('sysfs_diff: {} does not exist or is not a file'.format(afile)) continue with open(bfile) as bfh, open(afile) as afh: # pylint: disable=C0321 with open(_f(dfile), 'w') as dfh: for i, (bline, aline) in enumerate(izip_longest(bfh, afh), 1): if aline is None: logger.debug('Lines missing from {}'.format(afile)) break bchunks = re.split(r'(\W+)', bline) achunks = re.split(r'(\W+)', aline) if len(bchunks) != len(achunks): logger.debug('Token length mismatch in {} on line {}'.format(bfile, i)) dfh.write('xxx ' + bline) continue if ((len([c for c in bchunks if c.strip()]) == len([c for c in achunks if c.strip()]) == 2) and (bchunks[0] == achunks[0])): # if there are only two columns and the first column is the # same, assume it's a "header" column and do not diff it. dchunks = [bchunks[0]] + [diff_tokens(b, a) for b, a in zip(bchunks[1:], achunks[1:])] else: dchunks = [diff_tokens(b, a) for b, a in zip(bchunks, achunks)] dfh.write(''.join(dchunks))