[Orca-users] Re: [Fwd: [setoolkit] New SE scripts]

Blair Zajac blair at orcaware.com
Tue Apr 30 10:42:41 PDT 2002

Sure, that would be great.  If somebody can put together a patch for
the latest orcallator.se, then I can release a new orcallator.se
that includes these changes.  Also, orcallator.cfg would have to be


Erik Melander wrote:
> Thought you guys might find this interesting.  workollator.se takes care
> of tracking context switching and several other cpu related items that
> orcallator.se currently does not track.  Hopefully integration of
> Adrian's changes into the current orcallator.se is trivial :)
> Erik
> -----Forwarded Message-----
> From: Adrian Cockcroft <adrian.cockcroft at sun.com>
> To: setoolkit at yahoogroups.com, se-developers at chessie.eng.sun.com
> Subject: [setoolkit] New SE scripts
> Date: 28 Apr 2002 01:31:34 -0700
> I developed some extensions and new scripts, they were used
> to monitor the Sun systems back-ending the Salt Lake 2002
> Olympics and I hope they will be part of the next release of
> SE. For now you can get them from
> http://www.london-below.net/~adrianc/2002/scripts/
> Included is a Bigbrother (www.bb4.com) writer, based on monlog.se
> and a workload logger that feeds pw data into orca, after
> some setup to specify the workload groups and some post
> processing to rip the log file into separate workloads for orca
> (www.orcaware.com)
> Let me know if you try it and please send in fixes.
> The various files are mixed up, some need to be put into RICHPse/include
> to extend or replace the SE3.2.1 files. Read the code...
> The bigbrother.se script is self contained.
> tmplog is some example output to show the format from pw_log.se
> pw_rules.se feeds the workloads to the process rules.
> pw_log.se is an early attempt at logging
> workollator.se is the one that feeds orca, workollator_example.sh
> is a startup script for it.
> Cheers Adrian
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Blair Zajac <blair at orcaware.com>
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