[MPICH] Graphs with Jumpshot

Calin Iaru calin at dolphinics.no
Thu Aug 9 04:05:25 CDT 2007

Hi Anthony,

    that's correct, I use the rlog. It appears that support for mpe on 
Windows is somewhat broken. I tried to link to mpe the cpi sample and 
rerun it, but the dll is not loaded.

Best regards,

Anthony Chan wrote:
> It sounds like you are using the rlog not clog2 (from MPE).  rlog is
> designed to profile the MPICH2 internal, i.e. for MPICH2 developers.
> It contains a lot more info than a typical MPI users needed.  If you
> are not interested in improving MPICH2 implementation, you should consider
> using MPE logging, i.e. , using "mpicc -mpe=mpilog" to link your
> program and generate a clog2 file which can be viewed by Jumpshot.
> See mpich2-xxx/src/mpe2/README for more details or
> http://www.mcs.anl.gov/perfvis
> A.Chan
> On Wed, 8 Aug 2007, Calin Iaru wrote:
>> It's OK, I think I can filter the output using printirlog utility. This
>> would allow for queries on different functions. Can someone explain why
>> does IARROW event has a remote "-2". I would expect that the remote
>> field in the RLOG_IARROW structure to be the pair rank.
>> Best regards,
>>     Calin
>> Calin Iaru wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>>    I would like to see a graph of the time spent doing some MPI
>>> operation. The X axis would be the number of samples and the Y axis
>>> would be the time. Is there a way to do this with jumpshot? Otherwise,
>>> is there a way to extract this information from slog2 files?
>>> Best regards,
>>>    Calin

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