Commit 4a541ee5 authored by Cornelius Schumacher's avatar Cornelius Schumacher
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## Energy meter
We use the [GUDE Expert Power Control 1202](https://www.gude.info/en/power-distribution/switched-metered-pdu/expert-power-control-1202-series.html). It provides plugs for powering the computer and measures the current during operation. The device can be controlled and read via cabled Ethernet. There is a web-based user interface, a [REST API](http://wiki.gude.info/EPC_HTTP_Interface), and the device supports various protocols such as SNMP or syslog.
One of the remmonded devices is the [GUDE Expert Power Control 1202](https://www.gude.info/en/power-distribution/switched-metered-pdu/expert-power-control-1202-series.html). It provides plugs for powering the computer and measures the current during operation. The device can be controlled and read via cabled Ethernet. There is a web-based user interface, a [REST API](http://wiki.gude.info/EPC_HTTP_Interface), and the device supports various protocols such as SNMP or syslog.
## Reference system
As reference system we use a Fujitsu Esprimo P920 Desktop-PC proGreen selection (Intel Core i5-4570 3,6GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD) running Ubuntu 18.04.
One of the recommended reference systems is the Fujitsu Esprimo P920 Desktop-PC proGreen selection (Intel Core i5-4570 3,6GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD). Ubuntu 18.04. runs fine on it and can be used for measurements.
## Test automation
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There are some candidates for tools which might meet the requirements:
* [Actiona](https://github.com/Jmgr/actiona)
* [Atbswp](https://github.com/RMPR/atbswp)
* [xdotool](https://github.com/jordansissel/xdotool)
* [Atbswp](https://github.com/RMPR/atbswp)
* [SikuliX](https://github.com/RaiMan/SikuliX1)
There might be more. We need to assess them and come up with a working solution.
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There is one example for okular which uses xdotool to generate mouse and keyboard actions. There is a python script `okular.py` which writes a shell script `okular.sh`. The shell script can then be executed to run okular through the usage scenario for pdf readers.
*Note: The script might be sensitive to the local environment in terms of local configuration or exact versions of the used software. Use it with care.*
*Note: The script might be sensitive to the local environment in terms of local configuration or exact versions of the used software. **Use it with care!***
Other ways to automate test runs are possible as well. See the [description of the measurement setup](../measurement_setup.md) for more details.
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