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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright 2014 the V8 project authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
Performance runner for d8.
Call e.g. with tools/ --arch ia32 some_suite.json
The suite json format is expected to be:
"path": <relative path chunks to benchmark resources and main file>,
"name": <optional suite name, file name is default>,
"archs": [<architecture name for which this suite is run>, ...],
"binary": <name of binary to run, default "d8">,
"flags": [<flag to d8>, ...],
"run_count": <how often will this suite run (optional)>,
"run_count_XXX": <how often will this suite run for arch XXX (optional)>,
"resources": [<js file to be loaded before main>, ...]
"main": <main js benchmark runner file>,
"results_regexp": <optional regexp>,
"results_processor": <optional python results processor script>,
"units": <the unit specification for the performance dashboard>,
"benchmarks": [
"name": <name of the benchmark>,
"results_regexp": <optional more specific regexp>,
"results_processor": <optional python results processor script>,
"units": <the unit specification for the performance dashboard>,
}, ...
The benchmarks field can also nest other suites in arbitrary depth. A suite
with a "main" file is a leaf suite that can contain one more level of
A suite's results_regexp is expected to have one string place holder
"%s" for the benchmark name. A benchmark's results_regexp overwrites suite
A suite's results_processor may point to an optional python script. If
specified, it is called after running the benchmarks like this (with a path
relatve to the suite level's path):
<results_processor file> <same flags as for d8> <suite level name> <output>
The <output> is a temporary file containing d8 output. The results_regexp will
be applied to the output of this script.
A suite without "benchmarks" is considered a benchmark itself.
Full example (suite with one runner):
"path": ["."],
"flags": ["--expose-gc"],
"archs": ["ia32", "x64"],
"run_count": 5,
"run_count_ia32": 3,
"main": "run.js",
"results_regexp": "^%s: (.+)$",
"units": "score",
"benchmarks": [
{"name": "Richards"},
{"name": "DeltaBlue"},
{"name": "NavierStokes",
"results_regexp": "^NavierStokes: (.+)$"}
Full example (suite with several runners):
"path": ["."],
"flags": ["--expose-gc"],
"archs": ["ia32", "x64"],
"run_count": 5,
"units": "score",
"benchmarks": [
{"name": "Richards",
"path": ["richards"],
"main": "run.js",
"run_count": 3,
"results_regexp": "^Richards: (.+)$"},
{"name": "NavierStokes",
"path": ["navier_stokes"],
"main": "run.js",
"results_regexp": "^NavierStokes: (.+)$"}
Path pieces are concatenated. D8 is always run with the suite's path as cwd.
import json
import optparse
import os
import re
import sys
from testrunner.local import commands
from testrunner.local import utils
ARCH_GUESS = utils.DefaultArch()
SUPPORTED_ARCHS = ["android_arm",
class Results(object):
"""Place holder for result traces."""
def __init__(self, traces=None, errors=None):
self.traces = traces or []
self.errors = errors or []
def ToDict(self):
return {"traces": self.traces, "errors": self.errors}
def WriteToFile(self, file_name):
with open(file_name, "w") as f:
def __add__(self, other):
self.traces += other.traces
self.errors += other.errors
return self
def __str__(self): # pragma: no cover
return str(self.ToDict())
class Node(object):
"""Represents a node in the benchmark suite tree structure."""
def __init__(self, *args):
self._children = []
def AppendChild(self, child):
class DefaultSentinel(Node):
"""Fake parent node with all default values."""
def __init__(self):
super(DefaultSentinel, self).__init__()
self.binary = "d8"
self.run_count = 10
self.path = []
self.graphs = []
self.flags = []
self.resources = []
self.results_regexp = None
self.units = "score"
class Graph(Node):
"""Represents a benchmark suite definition.
Can either be a leaf or an inner node that provides default values.
def __init__(self, suite, parent, arch):
super(Graph, self).__init__()
self._suite = suite
assert isinstance(suite.get("path", []), list)
assert isinstance(suite["name"], basestring)
assert isinstance(suite.get("flags", []), list)
assert isinstance(suite.get("resources", []), list)
# Accumulated values.
self.path = parent.path[:] + suite.get("path", [])
self.graphs = parent.graphs[:] + [suite["name"]]
self.flags = parent.flags[:] + suite.get("flags", [])
self.resources = parent.resources[:] + suite.get("resources", [])
# Descrete values (with parent defaults).
self.binary = suite.get("binary", parent.binary)
self.run_count = suite.get("run_count", parent.run_count)
self.run_count = suite.get("run_count_%s" % arch, self.run_count)
self.units = suite.get("units", parent.units)
# A regular expression for results. If the parent graph provides a
# regexp and the current suite has none, a string place holder for the
# suite name is expected.
# TODO(machenbach): Currently that makes only sense for the leaf level.
# Multiple place holders for multiple levels are not supported.
if parent.results_regexp:
regexp_default = parent.results_regexp % suite["name"]
regexp_default = None
self.results_regexp = suite.get("results_regexp", regexp_default)
class Trace(Graph):
"""Represents a leaf in the benchmark suite tree structure.
Handles collection of measurements.
def __init__(self, suite, parent, arch):
super(Trace, self).__init__(suite, parent, arch)
assert self.results_regexp
self.results = []
self.errors = []
def ConsumeOutput(self, stdout):
self.results.append(, stdout, re.M).group(1))
self.errors.append("Regexp \"%s\" didn't match for benchmark %s."
% (self.results_regexp, self.graphs[-1]))
def GetResults(self):
return Results([{
"graphs": self.graphs,
"units": self.units,
"results": self.results,
}], self.errors)
class Runnable(Graph):
"""Represents a runnable benchmark suite definition (i.e. has a main file).
def main(self):
return self._suite["main"]
def ChangeCWD(self, suite_path):
"""Changes the cwd to to path defined in the current graph.
The benchmarks are supposed to be relative to the suite configuration.
suite_dir = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(suite_path))
bench_dir = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(*self.path))
os.chdir(os.path.join(suite_dir, bench_dir))
def GetCommand(self, shell_dir):
# TODO(machenbach): This requires +.exe if run on windows.
return (
[os.path.join(shell_dir, self.binary)] +
self.flags +
self.resources +
def Run(self, runner):
"""Iterates over several runs and handles the output for all traces."""
for stdout in runner():
for trace in self._children:
return reduce(lambda r, t: r + t.GetResults(), self._children, Results())
class RunnableTrace(Trace, Runnable):
"""Represents a runnable benchmark suite definition that is a leaf."""
def __init__(self, suite, parent, arch):
super(RunnableTrace, self).__init__(suite, parent, arch)
def Run(self, runner):
"""Iterates over several runs and handles the output."""
for stdout in runner():
return self.GetResults()
def MakeGraph(suite, arch, parent):
"""Factory method for making graph objects."""
if isinstance(parent, Runnable):
# Below a runnable can only be traces.
return Trace(suite, parent, arch)
elif suite.get("main"):
# A main file makes this graph runnable.
if suite.get("benchmarks"):
# This graph has subbenchmarks (traces).
return Runnable(suite, parent, arch)
# This graph has no subbenchmarks, it's a leaf.
return RunnableTrace(suite, parent, arch)
elif suite.get("benchmarks"):
# This is neither a leaf nor a runnable.
return Graph(suite, parent, arch)
else: # pragma: no cover
raise Exception("Invalid benchmark suite configuration.")
def BuildGraphs(suite, arch, parent=None):
"""Builds a tree structure of graph objects that corresponds to the suite
parent = parent or DefaultSentinel()
# TODO(machenbach): Implement notion of cpu type?
if arch not in suite.get("archs", ["ia32", "x64"]):
return None
graph = MakeGraph(suite, arch, parent)
for subsuite in suite.get("benchmarks", []):
BuildGraphs(subsuite, arch, graph)
return graph
def FlattenRunnables(node):
"""Generator that traverses the tree structure and iterates over all
if isinstance(node, Runnable):
yield node
elif isinstance(node, Node):
for child in node._children:
for result in FlattenRunnables(child):
yield result
else: # pragma: no cover
raise Exception("Invalid benchmark suite configuration.")
# TODO: Implement results_processor.
def Main(args):
parser = optparse.OptionParser()
help=("The architecture to run tests for, "
"'auto' or 'native' for auto-detect"),
help="Adapt to path structure used on buildbots",
default=False, action="store_true")
help="Path to a file for storing json results.")
parser.add_option("--outdir", help="Base directory with compile output",
(options, args) = parser.parse_args(args)
if len(args) == 0: # pragma: no cover
return 1
if options.arch in ["auto", "native"]: # pragma: no cover
options.arch = ARCH_GUESS
if not options.arch in SUPPORTED_ARCHS: # pragma: no cover
print "Unknown architecture %s" % options.arch
return 1
workspace = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), ".."))
if options.buildbot:
shell_dir = os.path.join(workspace, options.outdir, "Release")
shell_dir = os.path.join(workspace, options.outdir,
"%s.release" % options.arch)
results = Results()
for path in args:
path = os.path.abspath(path)
if not os.path.exists(path): # pragma: no cover
results.errors.append("Benchmark file %s does not exist." % path)
with open(path) as f:
suite = json.loads(
# If no name is given, default to the file name without .json.
suite.setdefault("name", os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(path))[0])
for runnable in FlattenRunnables(BuildGraphs(suite, options.arch)):
print ">>> Running suite: %s" % "/".join(runnable.graphs)
def Runner():
"""Output generator that reruns several times."""
for i in xrange(0, max(1, runnable.run_count)):
# TODO(machenbach): Make timeout configurable in the suite definition.
# Allow timeout per arch like with run_count per arch.
output = commands.Execute(runnable.GetCommand(shell_dir), timeout=60)
print ">>> Stdout (#%d):" % (i + 1)
print output.stdout
if output.stderr: # pragma: no cover
# Print stderr for debugging.
print ">>> Stderr (#%d):" % (i + 1)
print output.stderr
yield output.stdout
# Let runnable iterate over all runs and handle output.
results += runnable.Run(Runner)
if options.json_test_results:
else: # pragma: no cover
print results
return min(1, len(results.errors))
if __name__ == "__main__": # pragma: no cover