Talk:Benchmarking

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Warsaw and GLMark2 packages

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This discussion is done as of January, 08 2021.

Outdated information about benchmarking tools.

Warsaw package is not longer available and app-benchmarks/glmark2 no longer builds.

— The preceding unsigned comment was added by WorseUsername (talkcontribs) 05:10, October 8, 2018‎

Thanks. That section will probably be removed since it appears glmark2 was never in the main ebuild repository and all community sources for the ebuild are long expired. I don't see anything since around 2014. --Maffblaster (talk) 19:22, 8 January 2021 (UTC)

Warsow section

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This discussion is done as of January, 08 2021.

Putting this here since it's no longer relevant in the main article, but may be nice to find for someone in the event that Warsow gets re-added to gentoo.git. --Maffblaster (talk) 21:50, 8 January 2021 (UTC)

Warsow

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Warsow is great game and decent openGL benchmark. Its based to Qfusion engine which supports Normal Mapping, GLSL shaders (including bump mapping and cel shading) and much more.

Install

Note
The game package is no longer available.
root #emerge --ask games-fps/warsow

Configure for benchmarking

Start warsow to create ~/.warsow-1.0 directory.

user $warsow

Install benchmark demo.

user $cd ~/.warsow-1.0
user $mkdir basewsw/demos
user $unzip pts-warsow-10-1.zip
user $mv pts-demo10.wd15 basewsw/demos/

Benchmark

user $warsow +exec profiles/high+.cfg +timedemo 1 +cg_showFPS 1 +cl_maxfps 999 +cl_checkForUpdate 0 +demo pts-demo10 +next "quit" +r_mode -1
899 frames, 76.4 seconds: 11.8 fps

The possible profiles are high+, high, medium, low, ultralow.

OpenGL benchmark via glmark2 section

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This discussion is done as of January, 08 2021.

Putting this here since it's no longer relevant in the main article, but may be nice to find for someone in the event that glmark2 gets re-added to gentoo.git (looks like the project has switched to mason and is now available on GitHub. --Maffblaster (talk) 21:54, 8 January 2021 (UTC)

OpenGL (ES) 2.0 benchmark (glmark2)

The information in this section is probably outdated. You can help the Gentoo community by verifying and updating this section.

Install

root #layman -a x11
Note
The glmark2 package no longer builds
root #emerge --ask app-benchmarks/glmark2

Now select benchmarking profile by running glmark2 or glmark2-drm, glmark2-es2, glmark2-es2-drm. For wayland you can run glmark2-es2-wayland or glmark2-wayland.

user $glmark2-*