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PMIE2COL(1)									      PMIE2COL(1)

       pmie2col - convert pmie output to multi-column format

       pmie2col [-d delimiter] [-p precision] [-w width]

       pmie2col  is  a	simple tool that converts output from pmie(1) into regular column format.
       Each column is 7 characters wide (by default, may be changed with the -w  option)  with	a
       single  space  between  columns.   That	single space can be substituted with an alternate
       delimiter using the -d option (this is useful for importing the data into  a  spreadsheet,
       for example).

       The  precision  of  the	tabulated  values  from  pmie can be specified with the -p option
       (default is 2 decimal places).  This option can and will override  any  width  setting  in
       order to present the requested precision.

       The pmie(1) configuration must follow these rules:

       (1)    Each  pmie(1) expression is of the form ``NAME = expr;''.  NAME will be used as the
	      column heading, and must contain no white space, although special characters can be
	      escaped by enclosing NAME in single quotes.

       (2)    The ``expr'' must be a valid pmie(1) expression that produces a singular value.

       In addition, pmie(1) must be run with the -v command line option.

       It  is  also  possible to use the -e command line to pmie(1) and output lines will be pre-
       fixed by a timestamp.

       Given this pmie(1) configuration file (config):

	    loadav = kernel.all.load #'1 minute';
	    '%usr' = kernel.all.cpu.user;
	    '%sys' = kernel.all.cpu.sys;
	    '%wio' = kernel.all.cpu.wait.total;
	    '%idle' = kernel.all.cpu.idle;
	    'max-iops' = max_inst(disk.dev.total);

       Then this command pipeline:

	    $ pmie -v -t 5 <config | pmie2col -w 8

       Produces output like this:

	       loadav	  %usr	   %sys     %wio    %idle max-iops
		 0.21	     ?	      ?        ?	?	 ?
		 0.36	  0.49	   0.03     0.18     0.29    25.40
		 0.49	  0.41	   0.10     0.36     0.13    51.00
		 0.69	  0.49	   0.10     0.05     0.37    43.20
		 0.71	  0.39	   0.08     0.04     0.49    14.00
		 0.83	  0.63	   0.15     0.00     0.21    32.30
		 1.09	  0.60	   0.02     0.10     0.27    47.00
		 0.92	  0.01	   0.00     0.00     0.99     2.40

       Environment variables with the prefix PCP_ are used to parameterize the file and directory
       names used by PCP.  On each installation, the file /etc/pcp.conf contains the local values
       for these variables.  The $PCP_CONF variable may be used to specify an alternative config-
       uration file, as described in pcp.conf(5).

       PCPIntro(1) and pmie(1).

Performance Co-Pilot			       PCP				      PMIE2COL(1)
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