I would like an example of more than one test of someone using the batch-run option. This mode works fine for a single test but I had assumed the following:
1) More than one test could be put on the same command line or refer to a file containing a list of tests in a batch.
2) The "Enter a name to save these results" would only be entered once as a base directory for all test results in the batch.
Example of what I was looking to do:
phoronix-test-suite batch-run super-pi scimark2 specviewperf9 memory-bandwidth
Enter a name to save these results: batch_run1
At this point all the tests would run without further intervention by me.
[EDIT] - I ran batch setup and replied "N" to any prompt question. This at least gets rid of any prompts but I would still like all the test results from a batch run to be isolated in a single directory named for that specific batch run. [END EDIT]
Have I missed the point of batch-run? Or is there a way to accomplish my goal?
Right now I use a shell script with individual test entries, but I have to enter a new "name to save results" at the beginning of each test. That seems to diminish the value of batch mode.
Thanks for any help someone can give me.
P.S. - I have already search this forum and Google for examples of "batch-run" or "batch mode" and come up empty.