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TRICENSUS-MPI-STATUS(1) 					The Regina Handbook					   TRICENSUS-MPI-STATUS(1)

tricensus-mpi-status - Summarise the log file of an MPI census of triangulations SYNOPSIS
tricensus-mpi-status log-file DESCRIPTION
This utility reads a log file produced by a tricensus-mpi job, and writes a human-readable summary to standard output. It can be used for either jobs that have finished or jobs that are still running, and it can happily read logs that have been compressed using gzip or bzip2. The logs produced by tricensus-mpi are very detailed, including timestamps, details of which slaves have taken which tasks, and how many triangulations each task has produced. This utility distills this detailed log into an easy-to-read summary, with one line for each face pairing. Output will only appear for face pairings that have been examined so far (which includes face pairings still being processed). This output will include: o whether processing for each face pairing has finished; o the number of triangulations found so far for each face pairing; o the number of subsearches generated and/or finished for each face pairing (only relevant when running in subsearch mode). The final line of output will list the total number of triangulations found so far, whether the census has finished, and if not, when the last log entry was written. For further explanation of the terminology used above, see the tricensus-mpi reference. EXAMPLES
See the tricensus-mpi reference for a sample session in which tricensus-mpi-status is used. MACOS X AND WINDOWS USERS
This utility is not shipped with the drag-and-drop app bundle for MacOS X or with the Windows installer. SEE ALSO
tricensus-mpi, regina-gui. AUTHOR
This utility was written by Benjamin Burton <>. Many people have been involved in the development of Regina; see the users' handbook for a full list of credits. 28 May 2012 TRICENSUS-MPI-STATUS(1)

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REGFILEDUMP(1)							The Regina Handbook						    REGFILEDUMP(1)

regfiledump - Dump the contents of a Regina data file SYNOPSIS
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If any packets contain international characters, Regina will attempt to convert these to your local character encoding as it writes them to the output. You can tell Regina what character encoding to use by setting standard locale-related environment variables, such as LANG, LC_CTYPE or LC_ALL. For example, if LANG is set to en_AU then output will be written in the Western European character set ISO-8859-1, and if LANG is set to en_AU.UTF-8 then output will be written in the universal character set UTF-8. Typically these environment variables will already be set for you when you install your GNU/Linux system, and Regina will just use the right character set out of the box. See your GNU/Linux system reference for further information on supporting different locales. MACOS X USERS
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regina-gui. AUTHOR
This utility was written by Benjamin Burton <>. Many people have been involved in the development of Regina; see the users' handbook for a full list of credits. 28 May 2012 REGFILEDUMP(1)
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