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CentOS 7.0 - man page for bltk_report (centos section 1)

BLTK_REPORT(1)				       General Commands Manual				       BLTK_REPORT(1)

NAME
bltk_report - automated report creation bltk_report_table - summary table creation from several results fold- ers bltk_plot - graph drawing
SYNOPSIS
bltk_report [-hdofI013EiS] [-r ] [-s ] [-b ] [-c ] [-U ] [-B ] [-D ] [-C ] [-P ] [-K ] [-R ] [-2 ] [-4 ] directory... bltk_report_table [-hdstfuEe13SR] [-2 ] [-4 ] [-F ] directory ... bltk_plot [-hDswy1vnr] [-d ] [-f ] [-x ] [-X ] [-Y ] [-t ] [-o ] [-2 ] [-p ] results_dir ...
DESCRIPTION
The following tools are implemented for results analysis: bltk_report automated report creation bltk_report_table summary table creation from several results folders bltk_plot graph drawing
GENERAL OPTIONS
-h theis help -1 first statistic item of score file is ignored -2 item:num statistic from item 'item', 'num' number of score file -f statistics file name
SPECIFIC OPTIONS
bltk_report -o print report to output -K string comment string -R filename argument will be used as report file name -3 first statistic item of stat.log file is ignored -4 item:num statistic from item 'item', 'num' number of stat.log file -E errors being ignored (allows to create report file anyway) -i idle mode bltk_report_table -d debugging mode -s sort result lines -t Excel-compatible file format -3 first statistic item of stat.log file is ignored -4 item:num statistic from item 'item', 'num' number of stat.log file -u only columns which contain different values will be included into table -E errors being ignored (allows to create result table anyway) -e skip error results -F filter only fields from filter file will be included into table (see doc/filter as an example) -S split mode - split multiple values to columns -R analyze all results dirs under passed directories bltk_plot -D debugging mode -d results_dir results directory name. This option could be passed several times default is current directory. -s use stat.log file -w use work.log file -x name argument is used to be an X parameter default is 'time' field -y name... argument is used to be an Y parameter this option could be passed several times default is 'cap' field -X x1:x2 x range from x1 to x2 -Y y1:y2 y range from y1 to y2 -t title graph title -o options options passed to 'plot' command -v print current variables -p file save graph to specified file -n print available field's names -R analyze all results dirs under passed directories
EXAMPLE
bltk_report_table <results1> ... <resultsn> >sum Common results table will be generated in 'sum' file for <results1> ... <resultsn> directories. bltk_report result 'Report' file will be generated in results directory bltk_plot -y bat -x N <results_dir1> ... <results_dir> Common graph will be generated for <results_dir1> ... <results_dirn>
SEE ALSO
bltk(1), bltk.conf(5)
AUTHOR
Konstantin Karasyov <konstantin.a.karasyov@intel.com> Vladimir Lebedev <vladimir.p.lebedev@intel.com> BLTK_REPORT 15 July 2008 BLTK_REPORT(1)


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