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Subject: Re: [OMPI devel] orte question
From: Ralph Castain (rhc_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-07-23 19:58:55


On Jul 23, 2011, at 5:04 PM, Ashley Pittman wrote:

>
> On 23 Jul 2011, at 03:55, Ralph Castain wrote:
>>> c) A more easily parsable output format from ompi-ps. It doesn't need to be a full blown XML format, just something like the following would suffice:
>>>
>>> jobid:719585280:state:Running:slots:1:num procs:4
>>> process_name:./x:rank:0:pid:3082:node:node1.com:state:Running
>>> process_name:./x:rank:1:pid:4567:node:node5.com:state:Running
>>> process_name:./x:rank:2:pid:2343:node:node4.com:state:Running
>>> process_name:./x:rank:3:pid:3422:node:node7.com:state:Running
>>> jobid:345346663:state:running:slots:1:num procs:2
>>> process_name:./x:rank:0:pid:5563:node:node2.com:state:Running
>>> process_name:./x:rank:1:pid:6677:node:node3.com:state:Running
>>
>> Shouldn't be too hard to do - bunch of if-then-else statements required, though.
>
> I've been more than happy with the current output, the only problem I've had in the time I've been using it is some extra fields that are appended if using checkpoint-restart.

You don't have to use the new one - just don't put --parseable on the cmd line. I can see that this is easier to parse, though.

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