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Old 07-01-2012
Help With Events Predictor - Your Predictions Wanted!

Excuse me for cross-posting, but as no-one reads the Members Forum, it seems, I will leave this here for a while:

Hi.

We're looking to inject some life into our Events Predictor feature, and recently assigned member ni2 to manage it.

If you could help out by offering predictions you would like to see in the areas of:
  • Natural Events
  • Business and Finance
  • People
  • Sports
  • Science and Technology
or even suggest a new category, we would be very grateful.

Simply provide a question, a set of possible outcomes (answers) and a closing date, and ni2 will do the rest!

As a thank you, you'll receive 10000 bits if your suggestion is accepted.

Thanks.

Replies gratefully received at: Members Forum - Events Predictions - Predictions Needed
 

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LIBPFM(3)						     Linux Programmer's Manual							 LIBPFM(3)

NAME
pfm_get_event_next - iterate over events SYNOPSIS
#include <perfmon/pfmlib.h> int pfm_get_event_next(int idx); DESCRIPTION
Events are uniquely identified with opaque integer identifiers. There is no guaranteed order within identifiers. Thus, to list all the events, it is necessary to use iterators. Events are grouped in tables within the libary. A table usually corresponds to a PMU model or family. The library contains support for mul- tiple PMU models, thus it has multiple tables. Based on the host hardware and software environments, tables get activated when the library is initialized via pfm_initialize(). Events from activated tables are called active events. Events from non-activated tables are called supported events. Event identifiers are usually retrieved via pfm_find_event() or when encoding events. To iterate over a list of events for a given PMU model, all that is needed is an initial identifier for the PMU. The first event identifier is usually obainted via pfm_get_pmu_info(). The pfm_get_event_next() function returns the identifier of next supported event after the one passed in idx. This iterator stops when the last event for the PMU is passed as argument, in which case the function returns -1. void list_pmu_events(pfm_pmu_t pmu) { struct pfm_event_info info; struct pfm_pmu_info pinfo; int i, ret; memset(&info, 0, sizeof(info)); memset(&pinfo, 0, sizeof(pinfo)); info.size = sizeof(info); pinfo.size = sizeof(pinfo); ret = pfm_get_pmu_info(pmu, &pinfo); if (ret != PFM_SUCCESS) errx(1, "cannot get pmu info"); for (i = pinfo.first_event; i != -1; i = pfm_get_event_next(i)) { ret = pfm_get_event_info(i, &info); if (ret != PFM_SUCCESS) errx(1, "cannot get event info"); printf("%s Event: %s::%s ", pinfo.present ? "Active" : "Supported", pinfo.name, info.name); } } RETURN
The function returns the identifier of the next supported event. It returns -1 when the argument is already the last event for the PMU. ERRORS
No error code, besides -1, is returned by this function. SEE ALSO
pfm_find_event(3) AUTHOR
Stephane Eranian <eranian@gmail.com> September, 2009 LIBPFM(3)

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