TRex latency results are generated based on the test data obtained from CSIT-2202 NDR-PDR throughput tests executed across physical testbeds hosted in LF FD.io labs: 2n-skx.
Latency by percentile distribution plots are used to show packet latency percentiles at different packet rate load levels: i) No-Load latency streams only, ii) Low-Load at 10% PDR, iii) Mid-Load at 50% PDR and iv) High-Load at 90% PDR.
For more details, see Packet Latency.
Additional information about graph data:
Graph Title: describes tested DUT packet path.
X-axis Labels: percentile of packets.
Y-axis Labels: measured one-way packet latency values in [uSec].
Graph Legend: list of latency tests at different packet rate load level.
Hover Information: packet rate load level, stream direction (East-West, West-East), percentile, one-way latency.
Test results are stored in build logs from FD.io trex performance job 2n-skx.