Running traces on a local machine¶
Running single trace¶
A simple run to see the output of the trace can be done with
apitrace replay -w name_of_trace.trace
For more information, look into the Apitrace documentation.
For comparing checksums use:
./replayer.py compare trace -d test path/name_of_trace.trace 0 # replace with expected checksum
Simulating CI trace job¶
Sometimes it’s useful to be able to test traces on your local machine instead of the Mesa CI runner. To simulate the CI environment as closely as possible.
Download the YAML file from your driver’s
ci/ directory and then change the path in the YAML file from local proxy or MinIO to the local directory (url-like format
# The PIGLIT_REPLAY_DEVICE_NAME has to match name in the YAML file.
./piglit run -l verbose --timeout 300 -j10 replay ~/results/
Note: For replaying traces, you may need to allow higher GL and GLSL versions. You can achieve that by setting