[Beowulf] Tools for graphing (creating graphics of) execution sequences
Fred L Youhanaie
fly at anydata.co.uk
Fri Mar 10 03:22:56 EST 2006
> if only I could find a tool that is scaled to CPU times ;)
> The Gantt chart was definately what I was thinking of...without even knowing
> it. Thanks!
It may be worthwhile searching for "gantt" on sourceforge, but I don't
think you will be able to get down to the cpu timescales.
If you like Perl, Project::Gantt might be helpful, however it does not
go beyond hourly level.
You could also hand craft your diagram with gnuplot. A few years ago I
had a short script that would produce a gantt chart of sge job
durations, from a file with <jobid start end> records I produced a file
with pairs of lines <start jobid> and <end jobid>, putting a blank line
between each pair, then plotted it with the command "plot 'file' with
For example, create the following data file preserving the two blank lines
then run gnuplot and give the following command
plot [0:5] 'file' with lines
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