RuntimeRestartCollector

public class RuntimeRestartCollector
extends BaseDeviceMetricCollector

java.lang.Object
   ↳ com.android.tradefed.device.metric.BaseDeviceMetricCollector
     ↳ com.android.tradefed.device.metric.RuntimeRestartCollector


Collector that collects timestamps of runtime restarts (system server crashes) during the test run, if any.

Outputs results in counts, wall clock time in seconds and in HH:mm:ss format, and system uptime in nanoseconds and HH:mm:ss format.

This collector uses two sources for system server crashes:

  1. The system_restart_sec list from StatsdStatsReport, which is a rolling list of 20 timestamps when the system server crashes, in seconds, with newer crashes appended to the end (when the list fills up, older timestamps fall off the beginning).
  2. The AppCrashOccurred statsd atom, where a system server crash shows up as a system_server process crash (this behavior is documented in the statsd atoms.proto definition). The event metric gives the device uptime when the crash occurs.

Both can be useful information, as the former makes it easy to correlate timestamps in logs, while the latter serves as a longevity metric.

Summary

Fields

public static final String METRIC_PREFIX

public static final String METRIC_SUFFIX_COUNT

public static final String METRIC_SUFFIX_SYSTEM_TIMESTAMP_FORMATTED

public static final String METRIC_SUFFIX_SYSTEM_TIMESTAMP_SECS

public static final String METRIC_SUFFIX_UPTIME_FORMATTED

public static final String METRIC_SUFFIX_UPTIME_NANOS

public static final String SYSTEM_SERVER_KEYWORD

public static final SimpleDateFormat TIME_FORMATTER

Public constructors

RuntimeRestartCollector()

Public methods

void onTestRunEnd(DeviceMetricData runData, currentRunMetrics)

Pull the timestamps at the end of the test run and report the difference with existing ones, if any.

void onTestRunStart(DeviceMetricData runData)

Store the existing timestamps of system server restarts prior to the test run as statsd keeps a running log of them, and push the config to collect app crashes.

Fields

METRIC_PREFIX

public static final String METRIC_PREFIX

METRIC_SUFFIX_COUNT

public static final String METRIC_SUFFIX_COUNT

METRIC_SUFFIX_SYSTEM_TIMESTAMP_FORMATTED

public static final String METRIC_SUFFIX_SYSTEM_TIMESTAMP_FORMATTED

METRIC_SUFFIX_SYSTEM_TIMESTAMP_SECS

public static final String METRIC_SUFFIX_SYSTEM_TIMESTAMP_SECS

METRIC_SUFFIX_UPTIME_FORMATTED

public static final String METRIC_SUFFIX_UPTIME_FORMATTED

METRIC_SUFFIX_UPTIME_NANOS

public static final String METRIC_SUFFIX_UPTIME_NANOS

SYSTEM_SERVER_KEYWORD

public static final String SYSTEM_SERVER_KEYWORD

TIME_FORMATTER

public static final SimpleDateFormat TIME_FORMATTER

Public constructors

RuntimeRestartCollector

public RuntimeRestartCollector ()

Public methods

onTestRunEnd

public void onTestRunEnd (DeviceMetricData runData, 
                 currentRunMetrics)

Pull the timestamps at the end of the test run and report the difference with existing ones, if any.

Parameters
runData DeviceMetricData: the DeviceMetricData holding the data for the run. Will be the same object as during onTestRunStart(com.android.tradefed.device.metric.DeviceMetricData).

currentRunMetrics : the current map of metrics passed to ERROR(/#testRunEnded(long,Map)).

onTestRunStart

public void onTestRunStart (DeviceMetricData runData)

Store the existing timestamps of system server restarts prior to the test run as statsd keeps a running log of them, and push the config to collect app crashes.

Parameters
runData DeviceMetricData: the DeviceMetricData holding the data for the run.