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Tuesday, March 24 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Understanding Embedded Linux Benchmarking Using Kernel Trace Analysis - Alexis Martin, Inria

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The increasing hardware and software complexity of embedded systems is a challenge for the design, debugging and optimization of applications. Benchmarking becomes a major technique in the validation of the correctness and in evaluating the performances of a system. However, as the number of benchmarking suites keeps increasing, it is a challenge to choose among benchmarks and fully understand the obtained results. For example, the Phoronix test suite contains about 200 test suites of which more than 70 test the CPU performance. A promising approach to understanding benchmark behavior is to use tracing. However, to provide useful information, developers need to choose what exactly to trace, choose a non intrusive tracing solution, manage big traces and succeed in analyzing the important quantity of captured data.

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Alexis Martin

PhD Student, Inria
Alexis Martin is a Ph.D. student in computer science at Inria, the French research institute in digital science and technology. He has a Master degree in the area of parallel, distributed and embedded systems. His Ph.D subject is about trace analysis in embedded systems. He works on the definition of generic trace processing treatments and their exploitation in analysis workflows.


Tuesday March 24, 2015 9:00am - 9:50am
Blossom Hill 1/2