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Dasharo Performance: coreboot boot measure

Test cases

Common

Test setup

  1. Proceed with the Generic test setup: firmware.
  2. Proceed with the Generic test setup: OS installer.
  3. Proceed with the Generic test setup: OS installation.
  4. Download cbmem from https://cloud.3mdeb.com/index.php/s/zTqkJQdNtJDo5Nd to the DUT.

CBMEM001.001 Serial boot measure: coreboot booting time after coldboot

Test description

This test aims to verify whether the DUT boots after coldboot and how long this process takes. This test case may be re-done several times to to average the results and specify the platform stability.

Test configuration data

  1. FIRMWARE = coreboot
  2. OPERATING_SYSTEM = Debian 11.0

Test setup

  1. Proceed with the Common section.

Test steps

  1. Open a terminal window and execute the following command:
sudo ./cbmem -T

Expected result

The output of the command should contain the information about duration of all boot stages.

CBMEM002.001 Serial boot measure: coreboot booting time after warmboot

Test description

This test aims to verify whether the DUT boots after warmboot and how long this process takes. This test case may be re-done several times to to average the results and specify the platform stability.

Test configuration data

  1. FIRMWARE = coreboot
  2. OPERATING_SYSTEM = Debian 11.0

Test setup

  1. Proceed with the Common section.

Test steps

  1. Open a terminal window and execute the following command:
sudo ./cbmem -T

Expected result

The output of the command should contain the information about duration of all boot stages.

CBMEM003.001 Serial boot measure: coreboot booting time after system reboot

Test description

This test aims to verify whether the DUT boots after system reboot and how long this process takes. This test case may be re-done several times to to average the results and specify the platform stability.

Test configuration data

  1. FIRMWARE = coreboot
  2. OPERATING_SYSTEM = Debian 11.0

Test setup

  1. Proceed with the Common section.

Test steps

  1. Open a terminal window and execute the following command:
sudo ./cbmem -T

Expected result

The output of the command should contain the information about duration of all boot stages.