EnergyMeter_HWMON


Energy Meter Examples

Linux Kernel HWMon

More details can be found at https://github.com/ARM-software/lisa/wiki/Energy-Meters-Requirements#linux-hwmon.


In [1]:
import logging
from conf import LisaLogging
LisaLogging.setup()


2016-12-08 12:40:25,090 INFO    : root         : Using LISA logging configuration:
2016-12-08 12:40:25,091 INFO    : root         :   /home/vagrant/lisa/logging.conf

Import required modules


In [2]:
# Generate plots inline
%matplotlib inline

import os

# Support to access the remote target
import devlib
from env import TestEnv

# RTApp configurator for generation of PERIODIC tasks
from wlgen import RTA, Ramp

Target Configuration

The target configuration is used to describe and configure your test environment. You can find more details in examples/utils/testenv_example.ipynb.


In [3]:
# Setup target configuration
my_conf = {

    # Target platform and board
    "platform"    : 'linux',
    "board"       : 'juno',
    "host"        : '192.168.0.1',

    # Devlib modules to load
    "modules" : ["cpufreq"], # Required by rt-app calibration
    
    # Folder where all the results will be collected
    "results_dir" : "EnergyMeter_HWMON",

    # Energy Meters Configuration for BayLibre's ACME Cape
    "emeter" : {
        "instrument" : "hwmon",
        "conf" : {
            # Prefixes of the HWMon labels
            'sites' : ['a53', 'a57'],
            # Type of hardware monitor to be used
            'kinds' : ['energy']
        },
        'channel_map' : {
            'LITTLE' : 'a53',
            'big' : 'a57',
        }
    },
    
    # Tools required by the experiments
    "tools"   : [ 'trace-cmd', 'rt-app' ],
    
    # Comment this line to calibrate RTApp in your own platform
    # "rtapp-calib" :  {"0": 360, "1": 142, "2": 138, "3": 352, "4": 352, "5": 353},
}

In [4]:
# Initialize a test environment using:
te = TestEnv(my_conf, wipe=False, force_new=True)
target = te.target


03:59:42  INFO    :         Target - Using base path: /data/lisa
03:59:42  INFO    :         Target - Loading custom (inline) target configuration
03:59:42  INFO    :         Target - Devlib modules to load: ['bl', 'hwmon', 'cpufreq']
03:59:42  INFO    :         Target - Connecting linux target:
03:59:42  INFO    :         Target -   username : root
03:59:42  INFO    :         Target -       host : 192.168.0.1
03:59:42  INFO    :         Target -   password : 
03:59:42  INFO    :         Target - Connection settings:
03:59:42  INFO    :         Target -    {'username': 'root', 'host': '192.168.0.1', 'password': ''}
04:00:23  INFO    :         Target - Initializing target workdir:
04:00:23  INFO    :         Target -    /root/devlib-target
04:00:28  INFO    :         Target - Topology:
04:00:28  INFO    :         Target -    [[0, 3, 4, 5], [1, 2]]
04:00:30  INFO    :       Platform - Loading default EM:
04:00:30  INFO    :       Platform -    /data/lisa/libs/utils/platforms/juno.json
04:00:30  WARNING :         Target - Using configuration provided RTApp calibration
04:00:30  INFO    :         Target - Using RT-App calibration values:
04:00:30  INFO    :         Target -    {"0": 360, "1": 142, "2": 138, "3": 352, "4": 352, "5": 353}
04:00:30  INFO    :          HWMon - Scanning for HWMON channels, may take some time...
04:00:30  INFO    :          HWMon - Channels selected for energy sampling:
04:00:30  INFO    :          HWMon -    a57_energy
04:00:30  INFO    :          HWMon -    a53_energy
04:00:30  INFO    :        TestEnv - Set results folder to:
04:00:30  INFO    :        TestEnv -    /data/lisa/results/EnergyMeter_HWMON
04:00:30  INFO    :        TestEnv - Experiment results available also in:
04:00:30  INFO    :        TestEnv -    /data/lisa/results_latest

Workload Execution and Power Consumptions Samping

Detailed information on RTApp can be found in examples/wlgen/rtapp_example.ipynb.

Each EnergyMeter derived class has two main methods: reset and report.

  • The reset method will reset the energy meter and start sampling from channels specified in the target configuration.
  • The report method will stop capture and will retrieve the energy consumption data. This returns an EnergyReport composed of the measured channels energy and the report file. Each of the samples can also be obtained, as you can see below.

In [5]:
# Create and RTApp RAMP task
rtapp = RTA(te.target, 'ramp', calibration=te.calibration())
rtapp.conf(kind='profile',
           params={
                'ramp' : Ramp(
                    start_pct =  60,
                    end_pct   =  20,
                    delta_pct =   5,
                    time_s    =   0.5).get()
          })

# EnergyMeter Start
te.emeter.reset()

rtapp.run(out_dir=te.res_dir)

# EnergyMeter Stop and samples collection
nrg_report = te.emeter.report(te.res_dir)


04:00:30  INFO    :          WlGen - Setup new workload ramp
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - Workload duration defined by longest task
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - Default policy: SCHED_OTHER
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - ------------------------
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - task [ramp], sched: using default policy
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp -  | calibration CPU: 1
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp -  | loops count: 1
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - + phase_000001: duration 0.500000 [s] (5 loops)
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  period   100000 [us], duty_cycle  60 %
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  run_time  60000 [us], sleep_time  40000 [us]
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - + phase_000002: duration 0.500000 [s] (5 loops)
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  period   100000 [us], duty_cycle  55 %
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  run_time  55000 [us], sleep_time  45000 [us]
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - + phase_000003: duration 0.500000 [s] (5 loops)
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  period   100000 [us], duty_cycle  50 %
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  run_time  50000 [us], sleep_time  50000 [us]
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - + phase_000004: duration 0.500000 [s] (5 loops)
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  period   100000 [us], duty_cycle  45 %
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  run_time  45000 [us], sleep_time  55000 [us]
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - + phase_000005: duration 0.500000 [s] (5 loops)
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  period   100000 [us], duty_cycle  40 %
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  run_time  40000 [us], sleep_time  60000 [us]
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - + phase_000006: duration 0.500000 [s] (5 loops)
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  period   100000 [us], duty_cycle  35 %
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  run_time  35000 [us], sleep_time  65000 [us]
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - + phase_000007: duration 0.500000 [s] (5 loops)
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  period   100000 [us], duty_cycle  30 %
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  run_time  30000 [us], sleep_time  70000 [us]
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - + phase_000008: duration 0.500000 [s] (5 loops)
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  period   100000 [us], duty_cycle  25 %
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  run_time  25000 [us], sleep_time  75000 [us]
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - + phase_000009: duration 0.500000 [s] (5 loops)
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  period   100000 [us], duty_cycle  20 %
04:00:30  INFO    :          RTApp - |  run_time  20000 [us], sleep_time  80000 [us]
04:00:35  INFO    :          WlGen - Workload execution START:
04:00:35  INFO    :          WlGen -    /root/devlib-target/bin/rt-app /root/devlib-target/ramp_00.json 2>&1

In [6]:
logging.info("Collected data:")
!tree $te.res_dir


04:00:41  INFO    : Collected data:
/data/lisa/results/EnergyMeter_HWMON
├── energy.json
├── output.log
├── ramp_00.json
├── rt-app-ramp-0.log
├── trace.dat
├── trace.raw.txt
└── trace.txt

0 directories, 7 files

Power Measurements Data


In [7]:
logging.info("Measured channels energy:")
logging.info("%s", nrg_report.channels)


04:00:41  INFO    : Measured channels energy:
04:00:41  INFO    : {'big': 14.410717999999179, 'LITTLE': 1.1058980000016163}

In [8]:
logging.info("Generated energy file:")
logging.info("  %s", nrg_report.report_file)
!cat $nrg_report.report_file


04:00:41  INFO    : Generated energy file:
04:00:41  INFO    :   /data/lisa/results/EnergyMeter_HWMON/energy.json
{
    "LITTLE": 1.1058980000016163, 
    "big": 14.410717999999179
}