Set up

2 Caliper Setup

Caliper requires:

3 Caliper Configuration

This section will discuss about the high level steps involved for caliper configurations.

Please see the detailed steps from the manual in the following link:

Get the caliper tool from

Install the caliper in your system using below steps:

4 Caliper Execution

Executes the caliper with “caliper -brps” command. By default caliper command is configured with “brps” option.

To execute caliper with the supported options, refer caliper user manual section 5.1.

5 Generate caliper report in HTML format

Refer section 5.2 in the user manual. High level steps are as follows:

6 General Tips

6.1 Checklist for caliper execution

In /etc/hostname file:

In /etc/hosts add this line: localhost

Use this command to check the Ethernet interfaces: ethtool <interface name>

6.2 Caliper output log verification

After caliper execution has been completed, verify below files are present in the workspace.

6.3 Caliper re-execution for failed tools

Refer below steps if user wants to execute caliper for those tools which has been failed.




6.4 Change platform name in HTML report

If user wants to change the name of the platform in caliper HTML report, then make following changes:


Byte_order: Little Endian

CPU: ’64’

CPU_type: ‘*TBA’

Hostname: platform_name

L1d_cache: 1024 kB

L1i_cache: 1536 kB

L2_cache: 8192 kB

L3_cache: 32768 kB

Machine_arch: aarch64

Memory: 523535MB

OS_Version: Linux 4.9.20+

name: platform_name

7 Appendix

Caliper user manual:

Caliper developer manual:

Nginx tool user guide:

Redis tool user guide: