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Subject: Re: [MTT devel] Submission totals graph
From: Josh Hursey (jjhursey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-30 09:49:59

On Nov 28, 2007, at 5:01 PM, Ethan Mallove wrote:

> Nice!
> The double y-axis threw me off there. I'm confused why the
> the per-day-tuples plot (green line) is so jagged, I thought
> we were more or less on steady 24-hour testing cycle.

Yeah it threw me a bit too, but I wonder if this isn't the effect of
not testing as much on the weekends. a couple of days at low numbers
would cause the sudden down burst of traffic. I'm not completely sure
what is happening here. Maybe if we viewed it by week it would smooth
out a bit more.

> I
> couldn't decode the the new stats/*raw-data{.pl,.plot} files
> to answer my own question :-)

I used the scripts as follows (I admit they are a bit rough):
shell$ ./ -day >
shell$ ./ -month >
shell$ gnuplot graph-raw-data.plot

You may have to change the terminal in that gnuplot file from
'aqua' (which is OSX specific I believe) to the postscript version
that is commented out.

-- Josh

> -Ethan
> On Wed, Nov/28/2007 11:49:58AM, Josh Hursey wrote:
>> For no other reason than I was curious to see what it
>> would look like, I created a graph of the per day and per
>> month submission totals to MTT and graphed it. This is the
>> total number of MPI Install, Test Build, and Test Run
>> submissions. Attached is the graph if anyone is
>> interested.
>> It looks like we peaked in July 2007, then dropped off
>> quite a bit there after. This is likely due to Cisco's
>> transition to a new cluster setup so I'm not terribly
>> concerned.
>> An interesting graph none the less.
>> Cheers,
>> Josh
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