[llvm-commits] CVS: llvm-test/RunSafelyAndStable.sh

Chris Lattner lattner at cs.uiuc.edu
Sat Nov 6 14:34:54 CST 2004



Changes in directory llvm-test:

RunSafelyAndStable.sh added (r1.1)
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Log message:

New script which is just like RunSafely.sh, except that it runs the program
three times and picks the shortest execution.


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Diffs of the changes:  (+107 -0)

Index: llvm-test/RunSafelyAndStable.sh
diff -c /dev/null llvm-test/RunSafelyAndStable.sh:1.1
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--- llvm-test/RunSafelyAndStable.sh	Sat Nov  6 14:34:42 2004
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--- 1,107 ----
+ #!/bin/sh
+ #
+ # Program:  RunSafelyAndStable.sh
+ #
+ # Synopsis: This script runs another program three times.  If the program works
+ #           correctly, this script has no effect, otherwise it will do things
+ #           like print a stack trace of a core dump.  It always returns
+ #           "successful" so that tests will continue to be run.
+ #
+ #           This script funnels stdout and stderr from the program into the
+ #           first argument specified, and outputs a <outputfile>.time file which
+ #           contains timing information for the fastest of the three runs of the
+ #           program.
+ #
+ # Syntax:
+ #    ./RunSafelyAndStable.sh <ulimit> <stdinfile> <stdoutfile> <program> <args...>
+ #
+ ULIMIT=$1
+ INFILE=$2
+ OUTFILE=$3
+ PROGRAM=$4
+ shift 4
+ 
+ ulimit -t $ULIMIT
+ rm -f core core.*
+ ulimit -c unlimited
+ # To prevent infinite loops which fill up the disk, specify a limit on size of
+ # files being output by the tests. 10 MB should be enough for anybody. ;)
+ ulimit -f 10485760
+ 
+ #
+ # Run the command, timing its execution.
+ # The standard output and standard error of $PROGRAM should go in $OUTFILE,
+ # and the standard error of time should go in $OUTFILE.time.
+ #
+ # Ah, the joys of shell programming!
+ # To get the time program and the specified program different output filenames,
+ # we tell time to launch a shell which in turn executes $PROGRAM with the
+ # necessary I/O redirection.
+ #
+ (time -p sh -c "$PROGRAM $* > $OUTFILE 2>&1 < $INFILE") 2>&1 | awk -- '\
+ BEGIN     { cpu = 0.0; }
+ /^real/   { /* IGNORE */; print }
+ /^user/   { cpu += $2; print }
+ /^sys/    { cpu += $2; print }
+ !/^real/ && !/^user/ && !/^sys/  { print }
+ END       { printf("program %f\n", cpu); }' > $OUTFILE.time1
+ 
+ if test $? -eq 0
+ then
+     touch $OUTFILE.exitok
+ fi
+ 
+ if ls | egrep "^core" > /dev/null
+ then
+     # If we are on a sun4u machine (UltraSparc), then the code we're generating
+     # is 64 bit code.  In that case, use gdb-64 instead of gdb.
+     myarch=`uname -m`
+     if [ "$myarch" = "sun4u" ]
+     then
+ 	GDB="gdb-64"
+     else
+ 	GDB=gdb
+     fi
+ 
+     corefile=`ls core* | head -n 1`
+     echo "where" > StackTrace.$$
+     $GDB -q -batch --command=StackTrace.$$ --core=$corefile $PROGRAM < /dev/null
+     rm -f StackTrace.$$ $corefile
+     exit 0
+ fi
+ 
+ TIME1=`grep program $OUTFILE.time1 | sed 's/^program//'`
+ echo "Program $PROGRAM run #1 time: $TIME1"
+ 
+ # Do the second and third runs now
+ 
+ (time -p sh -c "$PROGRAM $* > $OUTFILE 2>&1 < $INFILE") 2>&1 | awk -- '\
+ BEGIN     { cpu = 0.0; }
+ /^real/   { /* IGNORE */; print }
+ /^user/   { cpu += $2; print }
+ /^sys/    { cpu += $2; print }
+ !/^real/ && !/^user/ && !/^sys/  { print }
+ END       { printf("program %f\n", cpu); }' > $OUTFILE.time2
+ 
+ TIME2=`grep program $OUTFILE.time2 | sed 's/^program//'`
+ echo "Program $PROGRAM run #2 time: $TIME2"
+ 
+ (time -p sh -c "$PROGRAM $* > $OUTFILE 2>&1 < $INFILE") 2>&1 | awk -- '\
+ BEGIN     { cpu = 0.0; }
+ /^real/   { /* IGNORE */; print }
+ /^user/   { cpu += $2; print }
+ /^sys/    { cpu += $2; print }
+ !/^real/ && !/^user/ && !/^sys/  { print }
+ END       { printf("program %f\n", cpu); }' > $OUTFILE.time3
+ 
+ TIME3=`grep program $OUTFILE.time3 | sed 's/^program//'`
+ echo "Program $PROGRAM run #3 time: $TIME3"
+ 
+ # Figure out which run had the smallest run time:
+ SHORTEST=`echo -e "$TIME1 time1\n$TIME2 time2\n$TIME3 time3" | sort | 
+                 head -1 | sed "s|.*time||"`
+ 
+ echo "Program $PROGRAM run #$SHORTEST was fastest"
+ cp $OUTFILE.time$SHORTEST $OUTFILE.time
+ 
+ exit 0






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