[Piglit] recovering from aborted runs

Brian Paul brianp at vmware.com
Mon Mar 23 13:57:07 PDT 2015

Hmm, can you give me a concrete example of how to do this?

I have an aborted run and tests/ contains several thousand NNN.json 
files.  What "piglit summary console" command should I use to generate 
the json file?  I've tried a few things without luck.

BTW, the piglit.py script always dumps core upon exit on Cygwin on 
Windows.  I don't know why.


On 03/17/2015 11:25 AM, Dylan Baker wrote:
> You can either use `piglit resume` to resume the run, or just run
> any `piglit summary` subcommand to generate one. We could pretty easily
> add a command to piglit to combine them as well.
> Dylan
> On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 09:36:01AM -0600, Brian Paul wrote:
>> Hi Dylan,
>> I don't know when this changed, but when piglit runs now, it creates
>> individual tests/NNNN.json files for each test.  Then at the end, it
>> combines them into the results.json file.
>> If the piglit run is interrupted (host crash/freeze), I'm left with all
>> those individual files and no results.json file.  Is there command I can
>> run to generate the results.json file from the individual files?
>> -Brian

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