psaccounter — Write accounting information from the ParaStation MPI psid to the accounting files.
-e | --extend
-d | --debug=
-F | --foreground
-l | --logdir=
-f | --logfile=
-p | --logpro
-c | --dumpcore
-v | --version
-? | --help
The command psaccounter collects information
about jobs from the ParaStation MPI psid daemon and writes this
information to the accounting files.
For each day, a particular file called
yyyymmdd is created within the
The psaccounter is typically started by the
psid(8) using the pseudo hardware configuration
accounter entry within
Write extended information to the accounting file. In addition to entries for job terminations, it will also record job queue, start and delete information.
Print debug information.
Pattern can be a combination of
the following bits:
Table 5. Psaccounter debug flags
|More warning messages|
|Show process information (start, exit)|
|Show received messages|
|Very verbose output|
|Show node information on startup|
As the accounter is typically not run directly, but
started by the psid(8), the start script
should be modified to enable this debugging facilities.
Don't fork and go to background.
Create accounting files within directory
-, all accounting
information is written to stdout.
Write debug and error messages to
- as filename, messages
are written to stdout.
By default, all debug and error messages are sent to
Define a post processing command for accounting files. If defined, this command is called everytime a new accounting file is created. The filename of the current accounting file is appended to the command.
Calling psaccounter with
call the command gzip
yyyymmdd and therefore compress
least recently used accounting file.
Define that a core file should be written in case of a
By default, the core file will be written to
Defines where to save core files.
Output version information and exit.
Show this help messages.
Display brief usage message.