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       vk_logmerge - a Valgrind XML log file merger


       vk_logmerge [flags and input files in any order]


       vk_logmerge is a valkyrie(1) helper. Given multiple log files (in xml format) generated by
       multiple runs on a parallel machine, or multiple log files generated by sequential runs on
       a  single-processor  machine,  for  the  same  binary,  vk_logmerge  merges  the log files
       together, summing the counts of duplicates, and outputs the result to a  single  file.  As
       input, vk_logmerge expects the log-files to-be-merged and/or a file containing the list of
       log-files to-be-merged, with each entry on a separate line.

       Log files can be merged from within valkyrie(1) , or use can invoke vk_logmerge directly.


       -h     Show help message

       -v     Be verbose (more -v's give more)

       -t     Output plain text (non-xml)

       -f <log_list>
              Obtain input files from <log_list> file (one per line)

       -o <writefile>
              File to write output to

       At least 1 input file must be given.

       If no '-o outfile' is given, writes to standard output.


       vk_logmerge log1.xml -f loglist.fls -o merged.xml


       valkyrie(1), valgrind(1).


       vk_logmerge was written by Donna Robinson, Cerion Armour-Brown and others.

       This manual page was written by Hai Zaar <>,  for  the  Debian  project
       (but may be used by others).

                                            2009-05-02                             VK_LOGMERGE(1)