Commit 72937c9a authored by Shane Snyder's avatar Shane Snyder
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...@@ -485,10 +485,12 @@ mind when upgrading to Darshan 3.x: ...@@ -485,10 +485,12 @@ mind when upgrading to Darshan 3.x:
* Log file compatibility was broken in the upgrade, and thus 3.x log utilities do not * Log file compatibility was broken in the upgrade, and thus 3.x log utilities do not
work directly with logs generated by 2.x versions of Darshan (and vice versa). work directly with logs generated by 2.x versions of Darshan (and vice versa).
- There is currently no tool for converting 2.x logs into the 3.x log format - There is currently no tool for converting 2.x logs into the 3.x log format.
- The `darshan-logutils` library will provide error messages to indicate whether a given
log file is incompatible with the correspnonding library version.
* The darshan log file extension has been changed from `.darshan.gz` (or `.darshan.bz2` for * The darshan log file extension has been changed from `.darshan.gz` (or `.darshan.bz2` for
log files converted to use bzip2 compression) to `.darshan` log files converted to use bzip2 compression) to `.darshan`.
- A field in the Darshan log header is used to indicate whether a log is compressed using - A field in the Darshan log header is used to indicate whether a log is compressed using
libz or bzip2 compression. libz or bzip2 compression.
...@@ -496,7 +498,7 @@ libz or bzip2 compression. ...@@ -496,7 +498,7 @@ libz or bzip2 compression.
used for version 2.x. used for version 2.x.
- Within this directory, the determination on which set of log utilities (version 2.x - Within this directory, the determination on which set of log utilities (version 2.x
or version 3.x) to use can be based on the file extension for a given log (as explained or version 3.x) to use can be based on the file extension for a given log (as explained
above) above).
== Runtime environment variables == Runtime environment variables
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