Source code for wlauto.workloads.recentfling

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#pylint: disable=E1101,W0201

import os
import re
from collections import defaultdict

from wlauto import Workload, Parameter, File
from wlauto.utils.types import caseless_string
from wlauto.exceptions import WorkloadError, DeviceError

[docs]class Recentfling(Workload): name = 'recentfling' description = """ Tests UI jank on android devices. For this workload to work, ```` and ```` must be placed in ``~/.workload_automation/dependencies/recentfling/``. These can be found in the `AOSP Git repository <>`_. To change the apps that are opened at the start of the workload you will need to modify the ```` file. You will need to add your app to ``dfltAppList`` and then add a variable called ``{app_name}Activity`` with the name of the activity to launch (where ``{add_name}`` is the name you put into ``dfltAppList``). You can get a list of activities available on your device by running ``adb shell pm list packages -f`` """ supported_platforms = ['android'] parameters = [ Parameter('loops', kind=int, default=3, description="The number of test iterations."), Parameter('start_apps', kind=bool, default=True, description=""" If set to ``False``,no apps will be started before flinging through the recent apps list (in which the assumption is there are already recently started apps in the list. """), Parameter('device_name', kind=str, description=""" If set, recentfling will use the fling parameters for this device instead of automatically guessing the device. This can also be used if the device is not supported by recentfling, but its screensize is similar to that of one that is supported. For possible values, check your At the time of writing, valid values are: 'shamu', 'hammerhead', 'angler', 'ariel', 'mtp8996', 'bullhead' or 'volantis'. """), ]
[docs] def initialise(self, context): # pylint: disable=no-self-use if context.device.get_sdk_version() < 23: raise WorkloadError("This workload relies on ``dumpsys gfxinfo`` \ only present in Android M and onwards")
[docs] def setup(self, context): self.defs_host = context.resolver.get(File(self, "")) self.defs_target = self.device.install(self.defs_host) self.recentfling_host = context.resolver.get(File(self, "")) self.recentfling_target = self.device.install(self.recentfling_host) self._kill_recentfling() self.device.ensure_screen_is_on()
[docs] def run(self, context): args = '-i {} '.format(self.loops) if not self.start_apps: args += '-N ' if self.device_name is not None: args += '-d {}'.format(self.device_name) cmd = "echo $$>{dir}/pidfile; cd {bindir}; exec ./ {args}; rm {dir}/pidfile" cmd = cmd.format(args=args, dir=self.device.working_directory, bindir=self.device.binaries_directory) try: self.output = self.device.execute(cmd, timeout=120) except KeyboardInterrupt: self._kill_recentfling() raise
[docs] def update_result(self, context): group_names = ["90th Percentile", "95th Percentile", "99th Percentile", "Jank", "Jank%"] count = 0 for line in self.output.strip().splitlines(): p = re.compile("Frames: \d+ latency: (?P<pct90>\d+)/(?P<pct95>\d+)/(?P<pct99>\d+) Janks: (?P<jank>\d+)\((?P<jank_pct>\d+)%\)") match = if match: count += 1 if line.startswith("AVE: "): group_names = ["Average " + g for g in group_names] count = 0 for metric in zip(group_names, match.groups()): context.result.add_metric(metric[0], metric[1], None, classifiers={"loop": count or "Average"})
[docs] def teardown(self, context): self.device.uninstall_executable(self.recentfling_target) self.device.uninstall_executable(self.defs_target)
def _kill_recentfling(self): command = 'cat {}/pidfile'.format(self.device.working_directory) try: pid = self.device.execute(command) if pid.strip(): self.device.kill(pid.strip(), signal='SIGKILL') except DeviceError: pass # may have already been deleted