ffindex_apply:(1) apply a program to each FFindex entry

DESCRIPTION

ERROR Not enough arguments.

USAGE: ffindex_apply [-m] [-q] [-l LOG_FILE] -d DATA_FILENAME_OUT -i INDEX_FILENAME_OUT DATA_FILENAME INDEX_FILENAME -- PROGRAM [PROGRAM_ARGS]*

-l
LOG_FILE like an FFindex file but with the return value of apply added. This file can be processed and used as FFindex file. E.g. grep " 1$" foo.log | cut -f 1-3 > foo-special.ffindex. where maybe the ffindex_apply ran with -- perl -e 'return 1 if(/^SPECIAL/)'
-m
Do not merge the FFindex parts generated by the different MPI processes This is useful for large MPI Jobs where merge time might be accounted.
-d
FFDATA output file, stdout of program will be captured
-i
FFINDEX output file, entries get the same name as input entry

Designed and implemented by Andreas Hauser <[email protected]>. debian/tmp/usr/bin/ffindex_apply: Invalid argument

EXCEPTION ffindex_apply_mpi in rank: 0

ERROR Not enough arguments.

USAGE: ffindex_apply [-m] [-q] [-l LOG_FILE] -d DATA_FILENAME_OUT -i INDEX_FILENAME_OUT DATA_FILENAME INDEX_FILENAME -- PROGRAM [PROGRAM_ARGS]*

-l
LOG_FILE like an FFindex file but with the return value of apply added. This file can be processed and used as FFindex file. E.g. grep " 1$" foo.log | cut -f 1-3 > foo-special.ffindex. where maybe the ffindex_apply ran with -- perl -e 'return 1 if(/^SPECIAL/)'
-m
Do not merge the FFindex parts generated by the different MPI processes This is useful for large MPI Jobs where merge time might be accounted.
-d
FFDATA output file, stdout of program will be captured
-i
FFINDEX output file, entries get the same name as input entry

Designed and implemented by Andreas Hauser <[email protected]>. debian/tmp/usr/bin/ffindex_apply: Invalid argument

EXCEPTION ffindex_apply_mpi in rank: 0

BUGS

User feedback is welcome, especially bugs, performance issues and last but not least convenience of the programs and API.

Email Andreas Hauser [email protected]