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tablix2_benchmark benchmark [ options ] " Tablix options " file
tablix2_benchmark is used to test the effect of different Tablix command line options on the names in the current directory and are deleted after tablix2_benchmark exits. cases go into an endless loop, it is always advisable to limit Tablix execution time with the -t tablix2_benchmark will detect when the time limit set by the -t option was reached. This
tablix2_benchmark --single "OPTIONS" file
Execute a single Tablix run using and print the results. OPTIONS parameter is mandatory and contains options that will be passed to the tablix2 process.
tablix2_benchmark --multiple N "OPTIONS" FILE
Execute N Tablix runs and print the statistics. OPTIONS parameter is mandatory and contains options that will be passed to the tablix2 process.
tablix2_benchmark --graph START STEP STOP "OPTIONS" FILE
Execute multiple Tablix runs. The character " N " in OPTIONS is substituted for an integer that is changed from START to STOP by STEP . Output is gnuplot friendly.
tablix2_benchmark --multi-graph M START STEP STOP "OPTIONS" FILE
Execute multiple Tablix runs. The character " N " in OPTIONS is substituted for an integer that is changed from START to STOP by STEP . M Tablix runs are executed for each value of N . Output is gnuplot friendly (use errorbars).
tablix2_benchmark --multiple 5 "-t 90 -n 5" sample.xml limit. tablix2_benchmark can also provide useful data for developers. Following test can be used to result: tablix2_benchmark --multi-graph 5 1 1 10 "-t 90 -n N" sample.xml > stats.txt redirected to stats.txt . A graph of average computing time versus number of nodes can then be produced in gnuplot with the following command: plot "test.txt" using ($1):($8):($9):($10) with yerrorbars
tablix2_benchmark utility depends on a number of common UNIX programs (mktemp, grep, sed, awk, ...) that may not be available on all systems. The script is not currently capable of properly
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