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authorHan Lee <han.lee@intel.com>2019-03-15 14:43:28 (GMT)
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Update performance-guidelines.md (#23183)
so that it uses run-xunit-perf.py command. run-xunit-perf.cmd is no longer there.
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2. After building the runtime you will need to generate a core root that contains all of the binaries we just built along with the required dependencies. This can be done with the command `tests\runtest.cmd Release x64 GenerateLayoutOnly`, with the same caveat that x86 should be used if that is the platform that you are testing.
-3. Now we need to actually run the performance tests. You can do that with the following command that should be run from the root of your repo `tests\scripts\run-xunit-perf.cmd -arch x64 -configuration Release -testBinLoc bin\tests\Windows_NT.x64.Release\Jit\Performance\CodeQuality`. This will run all of the tests in the JIT CodeQuality directory as the script will walk all sub-directories and look for tests to run. If you want to just run a single test, pass the path of the single test that you want to run.
+3. Now we need to actually run the performance tests. You can do that with the following command that should be run from the root of your repo `python tests\scripts\run-xunit-perf.py -arch x64 -configuration Release -testBinLoc bin\tests\Windows_NT.x64.Release\Jit\Performance\CodeQuality`. This will run all of the tests in the JIT CodeQuality directory as the script will walk all sub-directories and look for tests to run. If you want to just run a single test, pass the path of the single test that you want to run.
4. Navigate to the `sandbox` directory in the root of your repo. Inside that directory you will find a bunch of files that follow the name Perf-*.md. These will contain the results, formatted as Markdown files, for each test that was run.