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Published: Apr 23, 2024 License: BSD-3-Clause Imports: 9 Imported by: 2

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Overview

Package format is the format for ingestion files.

Package format is the format for ingestion files.

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Constants

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const FileFormatVersion = 1

FileFormatVersion is the version of this ingestion format.

Variables

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var ErrFileWrongVersion = errors.New("File has unknown format version")

ErrFileWrongVersion is returned if the version number in the file is unknown.

Functions

func Validate

func Validate(r io.Reader) ([]string, error)

Validate the body of an ingested file against the schema for Format.

If there was an error loading the file a list of schema violations may be returned also.

Types

type BenchData

type BenchData struct {
	Hash         string                  `json:"gitHash"`
	Issue        string                  `json:"issue"`
	PatchSet     string                  `json:"patchset"`
	Source       string                  `json:"source"` // Where the data came from.
	Key          map[string]string       `json:"key"`
	Options      map[string]string       `json:"options"`
	Results      map[string]BenchResults `json:"results"`
	PatchStorage string                  `json:"patch_storage"`
}

BenchData is the top level struct for decoding the nanobench JSON format. All other ingestion should use the FileFormat format.

func ParseLegacyFormat

func ParseLegacyFormat(r io.Reader) (*BenchData, error)

ParseBenchDataFromReader parses the stream out of the io.Reader into BenchData. The caller is responsible for calling Close on the reader.

type BenchResult

type BenchResult map[string]interface{}

BenchResult represents a single test result.

Used in BenchData.

Expected to be a map of strings to float64s, with the exception of the "options" entry which should be a map[string]string.

type BenchResults

type BenchResults map[string]BenchResult

BenchResults is the dictionary of individual BenchResult structs.

Used in BenchData.

type Format

type Format struct {
	// Version is the file format version. It should be 1 for this format.
	Version int `json:"version"`

	// GitHash of the repo when these tests were run.
	GitHash string `json:"git_hash"`

	// Issue is the Changelist ID.
	Issue types.CL `json:"issue,omitempty"`

	// Patchset is the tryjob patch identifier. For Gerrit this is an integer
	// serialized as a string.
	Patchset string `json:"patchset,omitempty"`

	// Key contains key=value pairs that are part of all trace ids.
	Key map[string]string `json:"key,omitempty"`

	// Results are all the test results.
	Results []Result `json:"results"`

	// Links are any URLs to further information about this run, e.g. link to a
	// CI run.
	Links map[string]string `json:"links,omitempty"`
}

Format is the struct for decoding ingestion files for all cases that aren't nanobench, which uses the BenchData format.

For example, a file that looks like this:

{
    "version": 1,
    "git_hash": "cd5...663",
    "key": {
        "config": "8888",
        "arch": "x86"
    },
    "results": [
        {
            "key": {
                "test": "a_test_with_just_a_single_measurement",
                "units": "s"
            },
            "measurement": 123.4
        },
        {
            "key": {
                "test": "draw_a_circle",
                "units": "ms"
            },
            "measurements": {
                "stat": [
                    {
                        "value": "min",
                        "measurement": 1.2
                    },
                    {
                        "value": "max",
                        "measurement": 2.4
                    },
                    {
                        "value": "median",
                        "measurement": 1.5
                    }
                ]
            }
        },
        {
            "key": {
                "test": "draw_my_animation",
                "units": "Hz"
            },
            "measurements": {
                "stat": [
                    {
                        "value": "min",
                        "measurement": 20
                    },
                    {
                        "value": "max",
                        "measurement": 30
                    },
                    {
                        "value": "median",
                        "measurement": 22
                    }
                ]
            }
        }
    ],
    "links": {
        "details": "https://example.com/a-link-to-details-about-this-test-run"
    }
}

Will produce this set of trace ids and values:

Hash:
  cd5...663
Measurements:
  ,arch=x86,config=8888,test=a_test_with_just_a_single_measurement,units=s, = 123.4
  ,arch=x86,config=8888,stat=min,test=draw_a_circle,units=ms, = 1.2
  ,arch=x86,config=8888,stat=max,test=draw_a_circle,units=ms, = 2.4
  ,arch=x86,config=8888,stat=median,test=draw_a_circle,units=ms, = 1.5
  ,arch=x86,config=8888,stat=min,test=draw_my_animation,units=Hz, = 20
  ,arch=x86,config=8888,stat=max,test=draw_my_animation,units=Hz, = 30
  ,arch=x86,config=8888,stat=median,test=draw_my_animation,units=Hz, = 22
Links:
  details: https://example.com/a-link-to-details-about-this-test-run

Key value pair charactes should come from [0-9a-zA-Z\_], particularly note no spaces or ':' characters.

func Parse

func Parse(r io.Reader) (Format, error)

Parse parses the stream out of the io.Reader into FileFormat. The caller is responsible for calling Close on the reader.

type Result

type Result struct {
	// Key contains key=value pairs will be part of the trace id.
	Key map[string]string `json:"key"`

	// Measurement is a single measurement from a test run.
	Measurement float32 `json:"measurement,omitempty"`

	// Measurements maps from a key to a list of values for that key with
	// associated measurements. Each key=value pair will be part of the trace id.
	Measurements map[string][]SingleMeasurement `json:"measurements,omitempty"`
}

Result represents one or more measurements.

Only one of Measurement or Measurements should be populated.

The idea behind Measurements is that you may have more than one metric you want to report at the end of running a test, for example you may track the fastest time it took to run a test, and also the median and max time. In that case you could structure the results as:

{
  "key": {
    "test": "some_test_name"
  },
  "measurements": {
    "ms": [
      {
        "value": "min",
        "measurement": 1.2,
      },
      {
        "value": "max"
        "measurement": 2.4,
      },
      {
        "value": "median",
        "measurement": 1.5,
      }
    ]
  }
}

type SingleMeasurement

type SingleMeasurement struct {
	// Value is the value part of the key=value pair in a trace id.
	Value string `json:"value"`

	// Measurement is a single measurement from a test run.
	Measurement float32 `json:"measurement"`
}

SingleMeasurement is used in Result, see the usage there.

Directories

Path Synopsis
Program to generate JSON Schema definitions for the InstanceConfig struct.
Program to generate JSON Schema definitions for the InstanceConfig struct.

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