tools/page-loader/report.pl
author Gregory Szorc <gps@mozilla.com>
Wed, 08 Jan 2014 11:19:21 -0800
changeset 162964 faafb9526e32b28f3b4647845442a3d3971183ec
parent 94475 f4157e8c410708d76703f19e4dfb61859bfe32d8
permissions -rwxr-xr-x
Bug 957721 - Switch mach's shebang to look for python2.7; r=glandium OpenBSD doesn't have "python" on $PATH by default. "python" may also come from a non-2.7 Python. Switching the shebang will help ensure the user invokes mach with Python 2.7. There is a risk this may break mach for some people. If the masses complain, we may roll back.

#!/usr/bin/perl
# 
# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
use CGI::Carp qw(fatalsToBrowser);
use CGI::Request;
use URLTimingDataSet;
use strict;

my $request = new CGI::Request;
my $id = $request->param('id'); #XXX need to check for valid parameter id

print "Content-type: text/html\n\n";

print "<p>See Notes at the bottom of this page for some details.</p>\n";
print "<pre>\n";
my $rs = URLTimingDataSet->new($id);

print  "Test id: $id<br>Avg. Median : <b>", $rs->{avgmedian},
       "</b> msec\t\tMinimum     : ", $rs->{minimum}, " msec\n";
print  "Average     : ", $rs->{average},
       " msec\t\tMaximum     : ", $rs->{maximum}, " msec</pre>\n\n\n";

#XXX print more info (test id, ua, start time, user, IP, etc.)

# draw the chart sorted
# XXX enable this line to draw a chart, sorted by time. However, in order
# to draw the chart, you will need to have installed the 'gd' drawing library,
# and the GD and GD::Graph Perl modules.
###print "\n<p><img src='graph.pl?id=", $id, "' height='720' width='800'></p><br>\n";


print "<hr><pre>\nIDX PATH                           AVG    MED    MAX    MIN  TIMES ...\n";

if ($request->param('sort')) {
    print $rs->as_string_sorted();
} else {
    print $rs->as_string();
}
print "</pre>\n";
printEndNotes();

exit;


sub printEndNotes {
    print <<"EndOfNotes";

<hr>
<p>
<ol>
<li>Times are in milliseconds.

<li>AVG, MED, MIN and MAX are the average, median, maximum and
minimum of the (non-NaN) test results for a given page.

<li>If a page fails to fire the onload event within 30 seconds,
the test for that page is "aborted": a different JS function kicks in,
cleans up, and reports the time as "NaN". (The rest of the pages in
the series should still be loaded normally after this).

<li>The value for AVG reported for 'All Pages' is the average of
the averages for all the pages loaded.

<li>The value for MAX and MIN reported for 'All Pages' are the
overall maximum and minimum for all pages loaded (keeping in mind that
a load that never finishes is recorded as "NaN".)

<li>The value for MED reported for 'All Pages' is the _average_ of
the medians for all the pages loaded (i.e., it is not the median of
the medians).

</ol>

</p>
EndOfNotes
}