[webkit-help] Running JetStream Benchmark StandAlone
malek.musleh at gmail.com
Mon Dec 1 11:06:36 PST 2014
So again I have questions specific to the jetstream benchmarks, so not
sure if anyone on this list can help directly.
I was able to set up the benchmarks individually, by modifying the
corresponding setup + payload files to only contain the benchmark of
interest (and each subdirectory contain a separate benchmark).
However, I am having problems getting some of them to work: e.g splay,
,deltablue, pdfjs, typescript, box2d.
In container's case, there are 2 files on the site: container.cpp, and
container.cpp.js. However in the payload setup file, only
container.cpp is referenced.
Separately, is there a way to determine what is causing the Error? All
I see on the webpage is running, then Error message. It does not
indicate what caused the error, missing file, or unable to locate
function, etc. It seems as if all the benchmarks are self-contained --
as in there are no cross-dependent files that need to be placed in the
local folder (except for Reference.js)
Any help or direction would be appreciated.
On Thu, Nov 13, 2014 at 4:26 PM, Benjamin Poulain <benjamin at webkit.org> wrote:
> On 11/13/14 10:20 AM, Malek Musleh wrote:
>> I am not sure if this is the most appropriate mailing list for asking
>> questions about JetStream.
>> I want to be able to run the jetstream benchmark in an "offline"
>> manner, and wanted to confirm if the following methodology is correct
>> or not.
>> It looks like there isnt a single tarball or repo for just the
>> jetstream suite, but I suspect its part of the main WebKit svn repo --
> Yep. There is currently no offline version.
>> This link describes the benchmark suite in more detail, and has links
>> to the specific .js files used.
>> If I download the corresponding .js files, and then create an
>> index.html file that "onload" activates the corresponding js script
>> benchmark. I would then use a browser (e.g. firefox) to point to the
>> local index.html file, and when it does it should load the js
>> Is that correct?
> That should work, yep.
>> For example, I see that the 3d-cube.js file
>> contains the same code as the source page of:
>> and the html page contains a call to Init().
>> Secondly, I want to know how (if) WebKit invokes the JetStream suite.
>> Is there a set of regression tests that I can be directed to?
> WebKit has a set of benchmarks that are run continuously
> (https://perf.webkit.org/#mode=charts). Jetstream is not tracked directly by
> the WebKit project. Each WebKit port tracks it independently.
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