pybootchartgui(1) viewer for boot process performance analysis results


pybootchartgui [options] files...


This manual page documents briefly the pybootchartgui command.

pybootchartgui is a graphical program to view the data recorded by bootchart2.


-h, --help
Show summary of options.t
Show version of program.
-i, --interactive
Start in active mode
-f FORMAT, --format=FORMAT
Image format
-o PATH, --output=PATH
Output path (file or directory) where charts are stored
-n, --no-prune
Do not prune the process tree
-q, --quiet
Suppress informational messages
-t, --boot-time
Only display the boot time of the boot in text format (stdout)
Suppress all messages except errors
Print all messages
Profile rendering of chart (only useful when in batch mode indicated by -f)
Show process ids in the bootchart as 'processname [pid]'
Show all process information in the bootchart as '/process/path/exe [pid] [args]'
Crop chart when idle after PROCESS is started
Annotate position where PROCESS is started; can be specified multiple times. To create a single annotation when any one of a set of processes is started, use commas to separate the names.
Filename to write annotation points to.


pybootchartgui is part of the bootchart2 suite.

bootchart2 was written by Michael Meeks <[email protected]>, Anders Norgaard <[email protected]>, Scott James Remnant <[email protected]> and Henning Niss <[email protected]>.

This manual page was written by David Paleino <[email protected]>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others), and is licensed under the same terms of bootchart2.