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x11pcomp.cpp

XCOMM! /bin/sh
XCOMM
XCOMM $XFree86$
XCOMM
XCOMM Collects multiple outputs of x11perf.  Just feed it a list of files, each
XCOMM containing the output from an x11perf run, and this shell will extract the
XCOMM object/second information and show it in tabular form.  An 80-column line
XCOMM is big enough to compare 4 different servers.
XCOMM
XCOMM This script normally uses the results from $1 to extract the test label
XCOMM descriptions, so you can run x11perf on a subset of the test and then
XCOMM compare the results.  But note that x11perffill requires the labels file
XCOMM to be a superset of the x11perf results file.  If you run into an ugly
XCOMM situation in which none of the servers completes the desired tests 
XCOMM (quite possible on non-DEC servers :), you can use -l <filename> as $1 and
XCOMM $2 to force x11perfcomp to use the labels stored in file $2.  (You can run
XCOMM x11perf with the -labels option to generate such a file.)
XCOMM
XCOMM Mark Moraes, University of Toronto <moraes@csri.toronto.edu>
XCOMM Joel McCormack, DEC Western Research Lab <joel@decwrl.dec.com>
XCOMM
XCOMM $Xorg: x11pcomp.cpp,v 1.3 2000/08/17 19:54:10 cpqbld Exp $

PATH=LIBPATH:.:$PATH
export PATH

set -e
tmp=${TMPDIR-/tmp}/rates.$$
trap "rm -rf $tmp" 0 1 2 15
mkdir $tmp || exit 1
mkdir $tmp/rates
ratio=
allfiles=
XCOMM Include relative rates in output?  Report only relative rates?
case $1 in
-r|-a)
      ratio=1
      shift;
      ;;
-ro)
      ratio=2
      shift;
      ;;
esac
XCOMM Get either the provided label file, or construct one from all the
XCOMM files given.
case $1 in
-l)   cp $2 $tmp/labels
      shift; shift
      ;;
*)    for file in "$@"; do
            awk '$2 == "reps" || $2 == "trep" { print $0; next; }' $file |
            sed 's/^.*: //' |
            sed 's/ /_/g' |
            awk 'NR > 1       { printf ("%s %s\n", prev, $0); } \
                        { prev = $0; }'
      done | tsort 2>/dev/null | sed 's/_/ /g' > $tmp/labels
      ;;
esac
XCOMM Go through all files, and create a corresponding rate file for each
n=1
for i
do
XCOMM Get lines with average numbers, fill in any tests that may be missing
XCOMM then extract the rate field
      base=`basename $i`
      (echo "     $n  "
       echo '--------'
       awk '$2 == "reps" || $2 == "trep" { \
            line = $0; \
            next; \
          } \
          NF == 0 && line != "" { \
            print line; \
            line=""; \
            next; \
          } \
       ' $i > $tmp/$n.avg
       fillblnk $tmp/$n.avg $tmp/labels |
       sed 's/( *\([0-9]*\)/(\1/'   |
       awk '$2 == "reps" || $2 == "trep" { \
                                    n = substr($6,2,length($6)-7); \
                                    printf "%8s\n", n; \
                                 }'
      ) > $tmp/rates/$n
      echo "$n: $i"
      allfiles="$allfiles$tmp/rates/$n "
      n=`expr $n + 1`
done
case x$ratio in
x)
      ratio=/bin/cat
      ;;
x1)
      ratio="perfboth $n"
      ;;
*)
      ratio="perfratio $n"
      ;;
esac
echo ''
(echo Operation; echo '---------'; cat $tmp/labels) |
paste $allfiles - | sed 's/   /  /g' | $ratio
rm -rf $tmp

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