resource_monitor_histograms(1)

NAME

resource_monitor_histograms - create pages and graphs of resource monitor data

SYNOPSIS

resource_monitor_histograms [options] -L monitor_data_file_list output_directory [workflow_name] resource_monitor_histograms [options] output_directory < monitor_data_file_list [workflow_name]

DESCRIPTION

resource_monitor_histograms is a tool to visualize resource usage as reported by resource_monitor. resource_monitor_histograms expects a file listing the paths of summary files (-L option or from standard input). Results are written to output_directory in the form of several webpages showing histograms and statistics per resource.

ARGUMENTS

Input Options

-L <monitor_data_file_list>
File with one summary file path per line.

Output Options

output_directory <>
The path in which to store the visualizations. See index.html for the root of the visualization.
workflow_name Optional name to include to describe the workflow being visualized.
-f <str>
Select which fields for the histograms. Default is "cores,memory,disk". Available fields are:
bandwidth
bytes_read
bytes_received
bytes_send
bytes_written
cores
cpu_time
disk
max_concurrent_processes
memory
swap_memory
total_files
total_processes
virtual_memory
wall_time

Debugging Options

-d,--debug <subsystem>
Enable debugging for this subsystem.
-o,--debug-file <file>
Write debugging output to this file. By default, debugging is sent to stderr (":stderr"). You may specify logs be sent to stdout (":stdout"), to the system syslog (":syslog"), or to the systemd journal (":journal").
--verbose Display runtime progress on stdout.

EXAMPLES

Most common usage:
% find my_summary_files_directory -name "*.summary" > summary_list
% resource_monitor_histograms -L summary_list my_histograms my_workflow_name
% # open my_histograms/index.html
Splitting on categories, generating only resident memory related histograms:
% resource_monitor_histograms -f memory -L summary_list my_histograms my_workflow_name
% # open my_histograms/index.html

COPYRIGHT

The Cooperative Computing Tools are Copyright (C) 2003-2004 Douglas Thain and Copyright (C) 2005-2015 The University of Notre Dame. This software is distributed under the GNU General Public License. See the file COPYING for details.


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