We are still on arcmap 10.3.1. and now we migrate from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Users who already migrated experience severe performance issues.
What i'm trying to achieve is to log ArcMap startup time as an indicator of user-performance.
I tried to start ArcMap from python and that works even launching a blank MXD.
What doesn't work is the measure for t2. The script walks on while ArcMap is loading.
Does anyone see how this could be achieved? I thought maybe the is a way to lauch arcmap and running a script which would write a timestamp to a file...
Or should I forget this Idea and just use a stopwatch?
import os, time
blank = r'P:\civ\Geo-Projecten_PT\HotFIX_KG\10.3.1_bwTools\_Proj\performance2020\Blank.mxd'
tfm = '%H:%M:%S'
t1 = time.time()
st1 = time.strftime(tfm)
print 'start-time : ' + st1
t2 = time.time()
st2 = time.strftime(tfm)
print 'time loaded : ' + st2
print 'ArcMap load-time: ' + str(round((t2-t1),1))
print '-----Script end!------'