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Trace Analyzer CLI and thread aggregation



I want to output a .csv file from a tracefile I've previously generated.

Because I'm especially interested in the timings across all nodes, I want to use the "All_nodes" aggregation.

If I'm not mistaken, I'm supposed to use the -t<ID> option for that. However, I cannot figure out how to get the correct ID. So far what I've done is to look in the GUI and find the ID there in the ID column it the "Process Aggregation" window. The ID seems to be (at least) dependent on the number of processes, though.

So, what is the correct way of finding the right value for the -t<ID> option? Note that I want to automatically generate those .csv files and then feed them into a R script. Therefore, manually looking up the ID in the GUI isn't an option.




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