render a chart from the statistical data recorded with bootchartd
bootchart [-f|--format FORMAT] [-n|--no-prune] [-o|--output-dir
DIR] files ...
bootchart is used to process the log file created by bootchartd(1)
by default). bootchart builds the process
tree and renders a performance chart in different formats. The chart may
then be analyzed to examine process dependency and overall resource
- -f,--format FORMAT
Sets the format of the image. Possible values are: png, eps, svg (default)
- -h, --help
Display brief usage message.
- -n, --no-prune
Do not prune the process tree. To make the resulting process tree more
comprehensible, bootchart will prune the tree using various techniques
(removing short-lived processes, merging processes, etc.). This option
disables such behavior.
- -o, --output-dir DIR
Sets the output directory for the resulting image. (default: .)
- -v, --version
Show program version.
the default log file to parse (unless otherwise specified).
bootchart was written by Ziga Mahkovec <[email protected]
This manual page was written by Jörg Sommer <[email protected]>,
for the Debian project (but may be used by others).