Patch: Set duration of performance long tests to 10s 97/1097/4
authorPeter Mikus <pmikus@cisco.com>
Fri, 13 May 2016 11:57:00 +0000 (13:57 +0200)
committerPeter Mikus <pmikus@cisco.com>
Tue, 24 May 2016 14:00:02 +0000 (14:00 +0000)
- JIRA: CSIT-77
Decrease duration time from 60 second to 10 second for all long
performance tests. This patch is preparation for replacement of linear
search for binary search.

Change-Id: I61fbec1dcaca73ba383690e695c3030d182a90f9
Signed-off-by: Peter Mikus <pmikus@cisco.com>
resources/libraries/robot/performance.robot

index 64c7aa6..5c8af8e 100644 (file)
 | | [Documentation] | Find throughput by using RFC2544 linear search
 | | [Arguments] | ${framesize} | ${start_rate} | ${step_rate}
 | | ...         | ${topology_type} | ${min_rate} | ${max_rate}
-| | ${duration}= | Set Variable | 60
+| | ${duration}= | Set Variable | 10
 | | Set Duration | ${duration}
 | | Set Search Rate Boundaries | ${max_rate} | ${min_rate}
 | | Set Search Linear Step | ${step_rate}
 | | [Documentation] | Find throughput by using RFC2544 binary search
 | | [Arguments] | ${framesize} | ${binary_min} | ${binary_max}
 | | ...         | ${topology_type} | ${min_rate} | ${max_rate} | ${threshold}
-| | ${duration}= | Set Variable | 60
+| | ${duration}= | Set Variable | 10
 | | Set Duration | ${duration}
 | | Set Search Rate Boundaries | ${max_rate} | ${min_rate}
 | | Set Search Frame Size | ${framesize}
 | | ...             | (linear + binary)
 | | [Arguments] | ${framesize} | ${start_rate} | ${step_rate}
 | | ...         | ${topology_type} | ${min_rate} | ${max_rate} | ${threshold}
-| | ${duration}= | Set Variable | 60
+| | ${duration}= | Set Variable | 10
 | | Set Duration | ${duration}
 | | Set Search Rate Boundaries | ${max_rate} | ${min_rate}
 | | Set Search Linear Step | ${step_rate}

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