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Old 04-21-2013, 07:19 AM   #1
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How to get time takes by each process after spawning in MPICH

Hello guys, i have basically have some programs like quick sort, matrix multiplication and LU Decomposition and am getting the Total Time (i.e by using MPI_Wtime) is there anyway that i can get the time takes by each individual processes after execution....
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There are several projects such as Open SpeedShop that use performance counters counters to calculate statistics for multiple processes in an MPI job. You might take a look at Open SpeedShop for this. You might also want to look at this page from the OpenMPI project for some other options.


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