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    Default 20 second delay when running phoronix-test-suite

    It takes 20 seconds for phoronix-test-suite to run any commands.

    Ubuntu 11.04 with Phoronix Test Suite 3.0.1~repack1-1 (phoronix-test-suite) installed from repositories.

    $ time phoronix-test-suite
    <usual output snipped>
    real 0m20.708s
    user 0m0.190s
    sys 0m0.320s

    Note - it was initially a 40 second delay, then I ran 'phoronix-test-suite network-setup' and configured my proxy. After that the delay was cut to 20 secs. Does anyone have any idea what the other 20s delay is caused by?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mykro76 View Post
    It takes 20 seconds for phoronix-test-suite to run any commands.

    Ubuntu 11.04 with Phoronix Test Suite 3.0.1~repack1-1 (phoronix-test-suite) installed from repositories.

    $ time phoronix-test-suite
    <usual output snipped>
    real 0m20.708s
    user 0m0.190s
    sys 0m0.320s

    Note - it was initially a 40 second delay, then I ran 'phoronix-test-suite network-setup' and configured my proxy. After that the delay was cut to 20 secs. Does anyone have any idea what the other 20s delay is caused by?
    20 seconds is the network timeout setting, sounds like your proxy isn't configured correctly or there's Internet difficulties otherwise.

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    Thanks for your response Michael. It is a corporate proxy so I have no control over it but it does work for http/https and for things like Ubuntu & Eclipse update mechanisms.

    Is it possible for PTS to report the specific network traffic and destination that is timing out? I tried 'phoronix-test-suite diagnostics' and also set diagnostics mode with 'export DEBUG=1' but there was no additional output about who and where PTS was trying to communicate with.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mykro76 View Post
    Thanks for your response Michael. It is a corporate proxy so I have no control over it but it does work for http/https and for things like Ubuntu & Eclipse update mechanisms.

    Is it possible for PTS to report the specific network traffic and destination that is timing out? I tried 'phoronix-test-suite diagnostics' and also set diagnostics mode with 'export DEBUG=1' but there was no additional output about who and where PTS was trying to communicate with.

    Thanks!
    An alternative would be to set NoNetworkCommunication to TRUE in ~/.phoronix-test-suite/user-config.xml

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    An alternative would be to set NoNetworkCommunication to TRUE in ~/.phoronix-test-suite/user-config.xml
    I realise that but if I wanted to get it to work with network comms, there's no information for me to move forward with. Even something as simple as a debug message saying 'failed to connect to xxxx.xxx on port xxx' would be very useful.

    Cheers!

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