TestEngineering/Performance/Raptor/Browsertime

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Browsertime is a harness for running performance tests, similar to Mozilla's Raptor testing framework. Browsertime is written in Node.js and uses Selenium WebDriver to drive multiple browsers including Chrome, Chrome for Android, Firefox, and (pending the resolution of bug 1525126 and similar tickets) Firefox for Android and GeckoView-based vehicles.

Source code:

Page-load tests

Running Locally

Prerequisites

Setup

  • Run ./mach browsertime --setup
  • To check your setup, run ./mach browsertime --check, which will output something like:
 ffmpeg:   OK 
 convert:  OK 
 compare:  OK
 Pillow:   OK
 SSIM:     OK
  • If ffmpeg is listed as FAIL, you might want to try this:
 cd ~/.mozbuild/browsertime/ffmpeg-4.1.1-macos64-static/bin
 chmod +x ffmpeg ffplay ffprobe}}

Now, try re-running ./mach browsertime --check, with ffmpeg hopefully fixed

  • For other issues, see if ./mach browsertime --setup --clobber fixes it, or deleting the ~/.mozbuild/browsertime folder and running the aforementioned command.

If convert and compare are also FAIL bugs which might further help are bug 1559168, bug 1559727, and bug 1574964, for starters. If none of the bugs are related to the issue, please file a bug Testing :: Performance.

  • If you plan on running Browsertime on Android, your Android device must already be set up (see more below in the Android section)

Running on Firefox Desktop

Page-load tests

  • Browsertime-"native":
 ./mach browsertime https://www.sitespeed.io --firefox.binaryPath '/Users/{userdir}/moz_src/mozilla-unified/obj-x86_64-apple-darwin18.7.0/dist/Nightly.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox'
  • Raptor-wrapped:
./mach raptor --browsertime -t raptor-tp6-google-firefox

Benchmark tests

  • Raptor-wrapped:
./mach raptor -t raptor-speedometer --browsertime

Running on Android

 .
  • Running on Fenix/Firefox Preview
 ./mach browsertime --android --browser firefox --firefox.android.package org.mozilla.fenix.debug --firefox.android.activity org.mozilla.fenix.IntentReceiverActivity https://www.sitespeed.io
  • Running on the GeckoView Example app
 ./mach browsertime --android --browser firefox https://www.sitespeed.io
  • Running on Reference Browser
 .

Running on Google Chrome

Chrome releases are tied to a specific version of ChromeDriver -- you will need to ensure the two are aligned.

There are two ways of doing this:

1. Download the ChromeDriver that matches the chrome you wish to run from https://chromedriver.chromium.org/ and specify the path:

 ./mach browsertime https://www.sitespeed.io -b chrome --chrome.chromedriverPath <PATH/TO/VERSIONED/CHROMEDRIVER>

2. Upgrade the ChromeDriver version in tools/browsertime/package-lock.json (see https://www.npmjs.com/package/@sitespeed.io/chromedriver for versions). Run npm install. Launch browsertime as follows:

 ./mach browsertime https://www.sitespeed.io -b chrome

More Examples

Browsertime docs

Running Browsertime on Try

Include the --browsertime flag to mach try fuzzy. As of bug 1566174 this will arrange for the jobs to include dependencies for Browsertime (Node.js, Browsertime node_modules, geckodriver, chromedriver, etc) and for the Raptor harness to run the given pageload test using Browsertime.

Not all Raptor tasks use Browsertime meaningfully. Right now, only cold pageload tests are supported. See bug 1577905 for warm pageload tests, for example.

For example:

 ./mach try fuzzy --browsertime -q "'test-android-hw-g5-7-0-arm7-api-16/opt-raptor-tp6m-1-geckoview-e10s"


Upgrading Browsertime In-Tree

To upgrade the browsertime version used in-tree follow the changes in bug 1592400.

To perform the upgrade, you need to make a change to tools/browsertime/package.json where you need to change the commit of the browsertime tarball. After making the change, upgrade browsertime locally, then include the tools/browsertime/package-lock.json changes in the upgrade patch. There might not be any changes to it. In that case, run npm install in tools/browsertime/ to update it, you should at the least see a change in the "integrity" and "version" fields.

To test the upgrade, first run ./mach browsertime https://sitespeed.io and compare the before/after results. Ensure that --video still works on the upgraded version as well. If all that works, then run all browsertime tests available in production. If everything looks normal, or expected, then the upgrade is good to land.

Bugs

Full Query
ID Summary Priority Status
1543247 Add a `mach browsertime` command to make it easy to install and invoke browsertime -- RESOLVED
1561939 [meta] MVP for browsertime on Windows 10 in CI -- RESOLVED
1562870 Generate Conditioned profiles P2 RESOLVED
1563074 Lift Android device performance tuning out of `testing/raptor/raptor.py` P2 RESOLVED
1563090 Add a visualmetrics task type for computing visualmetrics from captured video -- RESOLVED
1564256 Expose browsertime to generic-worker based test tasks -- RESOLVED
1564282 Refactor raptor/raptor.py in preparation for browsertime -- RESOLVED
1565316 Process browsertime results and dump out for perfherder P1 RESOLVED
1566166 Add automation to install browsertime on Win 10 production performance hardware P1 RESOLVED
1566171 Expose browsertime-* paths to Raptor test harness P1 RESOLVED
1566174 Taskcluster config for raptor browsertime win10 page-load test P2 VERIFIED
1568048 Lift mozproxy management out of `Raptor` and into `Perftest` P1 RESOLVED
1572804 Begin to build browsertime support into Raptor framework P1 RESOLVED
1574182 [meta] MVP for browsertime on non-Windows (Android, Linux, macOS) in CI -- NEW
1577905 Support warmload tests under --browsertime P2 RESOLVED
1581580 Add limited set of --browsertime Raptor tests to make it easier to smoke-test changes P1 RESOLVED
1583284 [meta] Validate --browsertime Raptor tasks against vanilla Raptor harness tasks -- NEW
1584245 Target Chrome/Chromium browser under --browsertime P2 NEW

18 Total; 3 Open (16.67%); 14 Resolved (77.78%); 1 Verified (5.56%);