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OMPI-TOP(1)			   Open	MPI			   OMPI-TOP(1)

NAME
       ompi-top,  orte-top - Diagnostic	to provide process info	similar	to the
       popular "top" program.

       NOTE: ompi-top, and orte-top are	exact synonyms for each	 other.	 Using
       any of the names	will result in exactly identical behavior.

SYNOPSIS
       ompi-top	[ options ]

Options
       ompi-top	 collects and displays process information in a	manner similar
       to that of the popular "top" program.

       -h | --help
		 Display help for this command

       -pid | --pid <value>
		 The pid of the	mpirun whose processes	you  want  information
		 about,	 or  the name of the file (specified as	file:filename)
		 that contains that info. Note that the	ompi-top command  must
		 be executed on	the same node as mpirun	to use this option.

       -uri | --uri <value>
		 Specify the URI of the	mpirun whose processes you want	infor-
		 mation	 about,	 or  the  name	of  the	 file  (specified   as
		 file:filename)	 that  contains	that info. Note	that the ompi-
		 top command does not have to be executed on the same node  as
		 mpirun	to use this option.

       -rank | --rank <value>
		 The  rank  of the processes to	be monitored. This can consist
		 of a single rank, or a	comma-separated	list of	 ranks.	 These
		 can  include  rank ranges separated by	a '-'.	If this	option
		 is not	provided, or a value of	-1 is given, ompi-top will de-
		 fault to displaying information on all	ranks.

       -bynode | --bynode
		 Display  the  results	grouped	by node, with each node's pro-
		 cesses	reported in rank order.	If this	 option	 is  not  pro-
		 vided,	 ompi-top  will	 default  to displaying	all results in
		 rank order.

       -update-rate | --update-rate <value>
		 The time (in seconds) between updates of the displayed	infor-
		 mation. If this option	is not provided, ompi-top will default
		 to executing only once.

       -timestamp | --timestamp
		 Provide an approximate	time when each sample was taken.  This
		 time is approximate as	it only	shows the time when the	sample
		 command was issued.

       -log-file | --log-file <value>
		 Log the results to the	specified file instead	of  displaying
		 them to stdout.

DESCRIPTION
       ompi-top	 collects and displays process information in a	manner similar
       to that of the popular "top" program. It	doesn't	do  the	 fancy	screen
       display,	 but  does  allow you to monitor available process information
       (to the limits of the underlying	operating system) of  processes	 irre-
       spective	of their location.

SEE ALSO
1.10.6				 Feb 17, 2017			   OMPI-TOP(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | Options | DESCRIPTION | SEE ALSO

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