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POLYGRAPH-CMP-LX(1)						   User Commands					       POLYGRAPH-CMP-LX(1)

NAME
polygraph-cmp-lx - log comparison tool SYNOPSIS
cmp-lx.pl [--precision=percent] [--scope=important|all] <f1.lx> <f2.lx> DESCRIPTION
Cmp-lx compares results from two tests and prints stats that differ significantly. With important scope some stats are ignored. The follow- ing events are not important: *.last *.min and *.max except for *.hist.min and *.hist.max *.mean if there is corresponding *.hist.mean rare events Histogram and errors are important. Rare events are events that happened in less than 0.1% of the cases where they could have occurred. Measurements related to such events are not important. Event rate is calculated using xact.started measurement as total count. List of events: basic offered hit miss cachable uncachable fill ims reload range head post put abort page ssl ftp 100_continue proxy_validations auth tunneled proxy_validation rep req OPTIONS
--precision=percent difference threshold in percent, default: 10 --scope=important|all which stats to compare, default: important COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2003-2006 The Measurement Factory, Inc. SEE ALSO
polygraph(7) - general information and a list of programs http://www.web-polygraph.org/ - project web site polygraph-cmp-lx - Web Polygraph February 2010 POLYGRAPH-CMP-LX(1)

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POLYGRAPH-PGL2LDIF(1)						   User Commands					     POLYGRAPH-PGL2LDIF(1)

NAME
polygraph-pgl2ldif - LDIF (and other text-based) configuration generator SYNOPSIS
pgl2ldif [--option ...] DESCRIPTION
Generates LDIF (and other text-based) configuration files from PGL code. LDIF is the configuration format used by LDAP servers. To generate a configuration file, one needs to create a template. Polygraph substitutes well-known keywords in the template file with credentials and other authentication-related information. OPTIONS
--help list of options --version package version info --template <filename> LDIF template --config <filename> PGL configuration --cfg_dirs <dirs> directories for PGL #includes --avoid_duplicates <yes|no> [slowly] avoid duplicate LDIF records --global_rng_seed <int> per-test r.n.g. seed COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2003-2006 The Measurement Factory, Inc. SEE ALSO
polygraph(7) - general information and a list of programs http://www.web-polygraph.org/ - project web site polygraph-pgl2ldif - Web Polygraph February 2010 POLYGRAPH-PGL2LDIF(1)
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