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papi_decode(1)						 PAPI					       papi_decode(1)

papi_decode - papi_decode utility. file decode.c
papi_decode - provides availability and detail information for PAPI preset events. Synopsis papi_decode [-ah] Description papi_decode is a PAPI utility program that converts the PAPI presets for the existing library into a comma separated value format that can then be viewed or modified in spreadsheet applications or text editors, and can be supplied to PAPI_encode_events (3) as a way of adding or modifying event definitions for specialized applications. The format for the csv output consists of a line of field names, followed by a blank line, followed by one line of comma separated values for each event contained in the preset table. A portion of this output (for Pentium 4) is shown below: * name,derived,postfix,short_descr,long_descr,note,[native,...] * PAPI_L1_ICM,NOT_DERIVED,,"L1I cache misses","Level 1 instruction cache misses",,BPU_fetch_request_TCMISS * PAPI_L2_TCM,NOT_DERIVED,,"L2 cache misses","Level 2 cache misses",,BSQ_cache_reference_RD_2ndL_MISS_WR_2ndL_MISS * PAPI_TLB_DM,NOT_DERIVED,,"Data TLB misses","Data translation lookaside buffer misses",,page_walk_type_DTMISS * Options o -a Convert only the available PAPI preset events. o -h Display help information about this utility. Bugs There are no known bugs in this utility. If you find a bug, it should be reported to the PAPI Mailing List at ptools-perfapi@ptools.org. Version Tue Jun 17 2014 papi_decode(1)

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