Commit 710a277d authored by Ondrej Vysocky's avatar Ondrej Vysocky
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- CPU core and uncore frequency may be specified without unit in Hz or with unit
- removed mericMeasurementCounters - when runing an application several times with the same configuration MERIC_ITERATION=$iteration must be exported
- support for msr-safe RAPL reading, DVFS, UFS and power cap
- new tool to show system parameters limits
- systemInfo - new tool to show system parameters limits
- energyMeasureStart/Stop all
- energyMeasureStart/Stop now compile together with MERIC
### 05.06.2018 #################################################################
- fixed single RAPL overflow
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# 10] Tool for static tuning #
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MERIC repository also contain a tool, based on MERIC source code, for static energy measurement and CPU frequencies setting. It is located in the tools/staticMERICtool/ and is compiled separately from the MERIC library.
MERIC repository also contain a tool, based on MERIC source code, for static energy measurement and system parameters tuning. It is located in the tools/staticMERICtool/.
Binaries energyMeasureStart and energyMeasureStop provides RAPL energy measurement for a single node (similar to HDEEM commandline tools startHdeem and stopHdeem), if one wants to do measurement on several nodes multiNodeStaticMeasureStart/Stop.sh scripts are located in the same directory. Since there is no multi-node HDEEM measurement tool, this script provides the option for both energy measurement interfaces. To select which one should be used, the script takes one argument `--rapl` or `--hdeem`.
Binaries `energyMeasureStart` and `energyMeasureStop` provides RAPL energy measurement for a single node (similar to HDEEM commandline tools startHdeem and stopHdeem), if one wants to do measurement on several nodes multiNodeStaticMeasureStart/Stop.sh scripts are located in the same directory. Since there is no multi-node HDEEM measurement tool, this script provides the option for both energy measurement interfaces. To select which one should be used, the script takes one argument `--rapl` or `--hdeem`.
For a static analysis of a selected application, the directory with the tool contain `staticAnalysis.sh` bash script too. It not only runs the application in variety of available HW settings, but also stores the results in format similar to MERIC, so the results can be analysed using RADAR library.
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