[Beowulf] Tools for graphing (creating graphics of) execution sequences
kyron at neuralbs.com
Fri Mar 10 05:16:25 PST 2006
Le Vendredi 10 Mars 2006 03:22, Fred L Youhanaie a écrit :
> > 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.
I know of a few OpenSource project management software actually:
Planner (Gnome, used to be MrProject): http://developer.imendio.com/wiki/Planner#About_Planner
kplato (Koffice equivalent): http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/koffice/kplato/main-window.html
...and quite a few web based ones...
> 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
> 1 1
> 4 1
> 4 2
> 5 2
> 4 3
> 6 3
> then run gnuplot and give the following command
> plot [0:5] 'file' with lines
Ahhh...this is one of the apporaches that I had in mind. I was even thinking of creating a "simple" script that coud translate simple "rules" into graphical objects interpreted by either gnuplot, dia, xfig or any other app that takes in a textual format to generate graphics.
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