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#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#
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#  (C) 2010 by Argonne National Laboratory.
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#  Routines for handling human readable sizes and percentages, histogram
#  package
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#  TODO: what else?
#  Copyright (c) 2005 Panasas, Inc.
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#   
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#   
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301  USA
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use Cwd;
use Getopt::Long;
use English;

# files to process
my @csv_files = ();

process_args();

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my $special_files = 0;
my $skipped_hlink = 0;
my $skipped_snapshot = 0;
my $total_cap_used = 0;
my $total_size = 0;

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my ($size_histo,
    $cap_histo,
    $pos_ovhd_histo,
    $neg_ovhd_histo,
    $dir_histo,
    $dirkb_histo,
    $fname_histo,
    $slink_histo,
    $hlink_histo,
    $mtime_files_histo,
    $mtime_bytes_histo,
    $ctime_files_histo,
    $ctime_bytes_histo,
    $atime_files_histo,
    $atime_bytes_histo);

# initialize new histogram data structures (copied from fsstats program)
$size_histo  = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1,  log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);
$cap_histo   = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1,  log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);
$pos_ovhd_histo  = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1, log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);
$neg_ovhd_histo  = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1, log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);
$dir_histo   = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1,  log_incr => 1);
$dirkb_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1,  log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);
#Be careful in choosing the value of 'max' for histos.
#If the log_incr is set for them, the largest value+1 in the last bucket will be a power of 2.
#If it is not set the largest value+1 in the last bucket will be some multiple of the 'max' value.
#To be able to toggle log_incr off and on without having to change anything else 'max' should be
#chosen carefully. Otherwise results may look wrong.
#Hence if the max value chosen is 'n', then n+1 should be a power of 2. And n+1 should also be a 
#multiple of the 'incr' value.
#Dont play with min values.
# $fname_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, max => 120, incr => 8);
$fname_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, max => 127, incr => 8);
# $slink_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, max => 120, incr => 8);
$slink_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, max => 127, incr => 8);
$hlink_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1,  log_incr => 1);
$mtime_files_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1, log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);
$mtime_bytes_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1, log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);
$ctime_files_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1, log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);
$ctime_bytes_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1, log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);
$atime_files_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1, log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);
$atime_bytes_histo = Histo->new(min => 0, incr => 1, log_incr => 1, integer_vals => 0);

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# loop through specified csv files
foreach my $file ( @csv_files )
{
    open(CSV, "$file") || die("Error opening file $file: $!\n");

    add_summary(CSV);
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    add_histogram(CSV, $size_histo, "file size");
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    close(CSV);
}

print_output();

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exit 0;

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sub print_output
{
    printf("#Generated by fsstats-merge.pl (fsstats v1.4.5)\n");
    printf("#Comment: This is a comment line that can be modified or repeated before\n");
    printf("#uploading to record voluntarily added information.\n\n");

    printf("skipped special files,%d\n", $special_files);
    printf("skipped duplicate hardlinks,%d\n", $skipped_hlink);
    printf("skipped snapshot dirs,%d\n", $skipped_snapshot);
    printf("total capacity used,%s\n", kb_to_print($total_cap_used));
    printf("total user data,%s\n", kb_to_print($total_size));
    printf("percent overhead,%f\n", ovhd_pct($total_size, $total_cap_used)/100);
}

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sub process_args
{
    use vars qw( $opt_help );

    Getopt::Long::Configure("no_ignore_case", "bundling");
    GetOptions( "help" );

    if($opt_help)
    {
        print_help();
        exit(0);
    }

    # there should be at least two remaining arguments (file names)
    if($#ARGV < 1)
    {
        print "Error: invalid arguments.\n";
        print_help();
        exit(1);
    }

    @csv_files = @ARGV;

    return;
}

sub print_help
{
    print <<EOF;

Usage: $PROGRAM_NAME file file [file ...]

    --help          Prints this help message

Purpose:

    This script reads multiple csv files generated by fsstats 1.4.5 and
    merges the statistics into a single csv file which is printed to stdout.

EOF
    return;
}
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# add_summary()
# adds summary fields from the specified file handle
#
sub add_summary
{
    my ($file) = @_;
    my $line = "";
    my $version = "";

    seek($file, 0, 0);

    while($line = <$file>) 
    {
        if ($line =~ /Generated by fsstats v(.*) /) { $version = $1; }
        if ($line =~ /^skipped special files,(.*)/) {$special_files += $1;}
        if ($line =~ /^skipped duplicate hardlinks,(.*)/) {$skipped_hlink += $1;}
        if ($line =~ /^skipped snapshot dirs,(.*)/) {$skipped_snapshot += $1;}
        if ($line =~ /^total capacity used,(.*)/) {$total_cap_used += print_to_kb($1);}
        if ($line =~ /^total user data,(.*)/) {$total_size += print_to_kb($1);}
    }

    if($version ne "1.4.5")
    {
        die("Error: csv file not generated by fsstats v1.4.5.\n");
    }
    seek($file, 0, 0);
}

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# add_histogram()
#
# finds the specified histogram in a csv file and sums it to the existing
# histogram data structure
sub add_histogram
{
    my $file = $_[0]; # open file handle
    # $_[1] is the data structure we are adding to
    my $name = $_[2]; # name of the histogram

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    # save some global values; we need to replace/adjust those manually
    # after adding in the histogram because we no longer know the actual
    # value of each data point
    my $old_count = $_[1]->{count};
    my $old_total_val = $_[1]->{total_val};
    my $old_min_val = $_[1]->{min_val};
    my $old_max_val = $_[1]->{max_val};

    my $count = 0;
    my $average = 0;
    my $min = 0;
    my $max = 0;

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    seek($file, 0, 0);

    while($line = <$file>) 
    {
        # look for specified histogram
        if($line =~ /^histogram,$name$/)
        {
            while($line = <$file>) 
            {
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                if($line =~ /^count,(.*),/) {$count = $1;}
                elsif($line =~ /^average,(.*),/) {$average = $1;}
                elsif($line =~ /^min,(.*),/) {$min = $1;}
                elsif($line =~ /^max,(.*),/) {$max = $1;}
                elsif($line =~ /^bucket min,bucket max,/) {} # key
                elsif($line =~
                /^([0-9]*\.?[0-9]*),([0-9]*\.?[0-9]*),([0-9]*\.?[0-9]*),([0-9]*\.?[0-9]*),([0-9]*\.?[0-9]*),([0-9]*\.?[0-9]*),([0-9]*\.?[0-9]*),([0-9]*\.?[0-9]*)/)
                {
                    $_[1]->add(($6/$3), $3);
                }
                elsif($line =~ /^\s*$/)
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                {
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                    # stop when we hit a blank line
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                    last;
                }
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                else
                {
                    print $line;
                    die("Error: poorly formated csv file.\n");
                }
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            }
            last;
        }
    }

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    # TODO: fix min/max

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    seek($file, 0, 0);
}

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# convert a printable value to KB
sub print_to_kb {
    my ($arg) = @_;
    my ($value, $unit) = split(/ /, $arg);
    my $num = 0;

    if($unit eq "TB")
    {
        $num = $value * (1024*1024*1024);
    }
    elsif($unit eq "GB")
    {
        $num = $value * (1024*1024);
    }
    elsif($unit eq "MB")
    {
        $num = $value * (1024);
    }
    elsif($unit eq "KB")
    {
        $num = $value;
    }

    return $num;
}

# The routines in this section were taken directly from fsstats 1.4.5 by 
# Marc Unangst <munangst@panasas.com> and Shobhit Dayal
# <sdayal@andrew.cmu.edu>
#######################################################################

# Compute the percent overhead for a given capacity-used and size.
# This method of computing overhead computes "percentage of the
# capacity used that is overhead" and ranges from 0% (no overhead) to
# 100% (size==0 and cap>0, space is all overhead).
sub ovhd_pct {
    my ($size, $cap) = @_;

    if ($cap == 0) {
    return 0;
    }
    return (($cap - $size)/$cap)*100;
}

# convert a KB value to a "printable" value (GB, MB, or KB) depending
# on its magnitude. returns a string suitable for printing.
sub kb_to_print {
  my ($kb) = @_;
  my $num;
  my $unit;
  
  if($kb > 1024*1024*1024) {
    $num = $kb / (1024*1024*1024);
    $unit = "TB";
  }
  elsif($kb > 1024*1024) {
    $num = $kb / (1024*1024);
    $unit = "GB";
  }
  elsif($kb > 1024) {
    $num = $kb / 1024;
    $unit = "MB";
  }
  else {
    $num = $kb;
    $unit = "KB";
  }
  return sprintf("%.2f %s", $num, $unit);
}

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##### Histo.pm #####

#
# Histo.pm
#
# Histogram module for Perl.
#
# Author: Marc Unangst <munangst@panasas.com>
#
# Copyright (c) 2005 Panasas, Inc.  All rights reserved.
#

use strict;

package Histo;

#
# Constructor for a new Histo object.  The arguments are a hash
# of parameter/value pairs.  The "min" and "incr" parameters
# must be supplied.  "max" and "log_incr" are optional.
#
sub new {
  my $type = shift;
  my %params = @_;
  my $self = {};

  die "Histo->new: required parameters not set\n"
    unless (defined $params{min} && defined $params{incr});

  $self->{min} = $params{min};
#  $self->{max} = $params{max}-1 if defined $params{max};
  $self->{max} = $params{max} if defined $params{max};
  $self->{incr} = $params{incr};
  if(defined $params{integer_vals}) {
     $self->{integer_vals} = $params{integer_vals};
  }  
  else {
     $self->{integer_vals} = 1;
  }
  
  $self->{count} = 0;
  $self->{total_val} = 0;


  if($params{log_incr}) {
    $self->{log_incr} = $params{log_incr};
    $self->{bucket_max} = [$self->{min}+$self->{log_incr}];
  }
  else {
    $self->{log_incr} = 0;
  }

  $self->{buckets} = [];
  $self->{buckets_val} = [];
  bless $self, $type;
}

#
# Add a new data point to the histogram.
#
# @arg  $val
#   Value to add to the histogram
# @arg  $count
#   Optional; if specified, the weight of the item being added.
#   Calling add($x, 3) is the same as calling add($x) three times.
#
sub add ($$;$) {
  my $self = shift;
  my ($val, $count) = @_;

  if(!defined $count) {
    $count = 1;
  }

  if(!defined $self->{min_val} || $val < $self->{min_val}) {
    $self->{min_val} = $val;
  }
  if(!defined $self->{max_val} || $val > $self->{max_val}) {
    $self->{max_val} = $val;
  }

#  if(int($val) != $val) {
#    $self->{integer_vals} = 0;
#  }

  $self->{count} += $count;
  $self->{total_val} += ($val*$count);
  #$self->{total_val} += $val;

  if(defined $self->{max} && $val > $self->{max}) {
    $self->{over_max} += $count;
    $self->{over_max_buckets_val} += $val*$count;
  }
  elsif($val < $self->{min}) {
    $self->{under_min} += $count;
    $self->{under_min_buckets_val} += $val*$count;
  }
  else {
     my $b;
     my $val_to_use = $val;

# NOTE: not applicable in the fsstats-merge.pl script
#     if($self == $pos_ovhd_histo || $self == $neg_ovhd_histo) {
#        $val_to_use = $size;
#     }

     if($self->{log_incr}) {
        $b = 0;
        my $x = $self->{bucket_max}[0];
        while($val_to_use >= $x+1) {
           $x = $x*2 + 1;
           $b++;
           if($b > $#{$self->{bucket_max}}) {
              $self->{bucket_max}[$b] = $x;
           }
        }
     }
     else {
        $b = int (($val_to_use - $self->{min}) / $self->{incr});
     }
    #print STDERR "sample $val into bucket $b\n";
    $self->{buckets}[$b] += $count;
    $self->{buckets_val}[$b] += $val*$count;

    if(!defined $self->{largest_bucket} ||
	 $self->{buckets}[$b] > $self->{largest_bucket}) {
      $self->{largest_bucket} = $self->{buckets}[$b];
    }
  }
}

#
# Get maximum value of the specified bucket.
#
# @arg  $b
#   bucket number
#
# @internal
#
sub _get_bucket_max ($$) {
  my $self = shift;
  my ($b) = @_;
#  my $epsilon;   dont need this

#  if($self->{integer_vals}) {
#    $epsilon = 1;
#    $epsilon = 0;
#  }
#  else {
#   $epsilon = 0.1;
#  }

  if($self->{log_incr}) {
    if($b <= $#{$self->{bucket_max}}) {
#     return ($self->{bucket_max}[$b]-$epsilon);
      return ($self->{bucket_max}[$b]);
    }
    else {
      return undef;
    }
  }
  else {
    #return ($self->{incr}*($b+1))-$epsilon;
    return (($self->{incr}*($b+1)) -1); 
  }
}

#
# Get minimum value of the specified bucket.
#
# @arg  $b
#   bucket number
#
# @internal
#
sub _get_bucket_min ($$) {
  my $self = shift;
  my ($b) = @_;

  if($self->{log_incr}) {
    if($b == 0) {
      return $self->{min};
    }
    elsif($b <= $#{$self->{bucket_max}}) {
#     return $self->{bucket_max}[$b-1]
      return $self->{bucket_max}[$b-1]+1;
    }
    else {
      return undef;
    }
  }
  else {
    return ($self->{min} + $self->{incr}*($b));
  }
}

#
# Print the histogram contents to STDOUT.
#
# @arg  $prefix
#   String to prefix each output line with.
# @arg  $unit_str
#   String that describes the units of the histogram items.
#
sub print ($$$) {
  my $self = shift;
  my ($prefix, $unit_str) = @_;
  my $c = 0;
  my $d = 0;
#  my $prev_pct = 0;

  my $width;
  my $fmt;
#  if ($self->{integer_vals}) {
    $width = length sprintf("%d", $self->_get_bucket_max($#{$self->{buckets}}));
    $fmt = "d";
# }
#  else {
#    $width = length sprintf("%.1f", $self->_get_bucket_max($#{$self->{buckets}}));
#    $fmt = ".1f"
#  }
  my $bwidth = 0;
  if (defined $self->{largest_bucket}) {
    $bwidth = length sprintf("%d", $self->{largest_bucket});
  }
  if($bwidth < 5) {
    $bwidth = 5;
  }

  my $bwidth_val = length sprintf("%.2f", $self->{total_val});

  printf("%scount=%d avg=%.2f %s\n", $prefix,
         $self->{count},
         $self->{count} > 0 ? $self->{total_val} / $self->{count} : 0,
         $unit_str);
  my ($min_val, $max_val);
  $min_val = defined $self->{min_val} ? $self->{min_val} : "0";
  $max_val = defined $self->{max_val} ? $self->{max_val} : "0";
  printf("%smin=%.2f %s max=%.2f %s\n", $prefix,
         $min_val, $unit_str, $max_val, $unit_str);

  if(defined $self->{under_min} &&  $self->{under_min} > 0) {
    $c += $self->{under_min};
    $d += $self->{under_min_buckets_val};
    printf("%s[%${width}s<%${width}${fmt} %s]: %${bwidth}d (%5.2f%%) (%6.2f%% cumulative) %${bwidth_val}.2f %s (%5.2f%%) (%6.2f%% cumulative)\n", $prefix, " ", $self->{min}, $unit_str, 
           $c, ($c/$self->{count})*100, ($c/$self->{count})*100,
           $d, $unit_str, ($d/$self->{total_val})*100, ($d/$self->{total_val})*100);
  }

  for(my $b = 0; $b <= $#{$self->{buckets}}; $b++) {
    if($self->{buckets}->[$b]) {
      my $x = $self->{buckets}->[$b];
      my $y = $self->{buckets_val}->[$b];

      $c += $x;
      $d += $y;

      my $pct = ($x / $self->{count}) * 100;
      my $cum_pct = ($c / $self->{count}) * 100;
      
      # if all the files parsed are zero bytes, the total_val will be zero but count will be a positive number
      my $y_pct = 0;
      my $y_cum_pct = 0;
      if($self->{total_val}) {
         $y_pct = ($y / $self->{total_val}) * 100;
         $y_cum_pct = ($d / $self->{total_val}) * 100;
      }

      if ($self->{integer_vals}) {
	      printf("%s[%${width}${fmt}-%${width}${fmt} %s]: %${bwidth}d (%5.2f%%) (%6.2f%% cumulative) %${bwidth_val}.2f %s (%5.2f%%) (%6.2f%% cumulative) \n", $prefix,
		      $self->_get_bucket_min($b), $self->_get_bucket_max($b),
		      $unit_str, $x, $pct, $cum_pct, $y, $unit_str, $y_pct, $y_cum_pct);
     }else {
	     printf("%s[%${width}${fmt}-%${width}${fmt} %s): %${bwidth}d (%5.2f%%) (%6.2f%% cumulative) %${bwidth_val}.2f %s (%5.2f%%) (%6.2f%% cumulative)\n", $prefix,
		      $self->_get_bucket_min($b), $self->_get_bucket_max($b)+1,
		      $unit_str, $x, $pct, $cum_pct, $y, $unit_str, $y_pct, $y_cum_pct);

     }
     
 #     $prev_pct = $cum_pct;
    }
  }
  if(defined $self->{over_max} && $self->{over_max} > 0) {
    $c += $self->{over_max};
    $d += $self->{over_max_buckets_val};
    printf("%s[%${width}s>%${width}${fmt} %s]: %${bwidth}d (%5.2f%%) (%6.2f%% cumulative) %${bwidth_val}.2f %s (%5.2f%%) (%6.2f%% cumulative)\n", $prefix, " ", $self->{max}, $unit_str, 
          $self->{over_max}, ($self->{over_max} / $self->{count})*100, ($c / $self->{count})*100,
          $self->{over_max_buckets_val}, $unit_str, ($self->{over_max_buckets_val} / $self->{total_val})*100, ($d/$self->{total_val})*100);
  }
}

#
# Print histogram contents to a CSV-format file.
#
# @arg  $fh
#   filehandle to print to
# @arg  $name
#   descriptive name of this histogram, to identify it in the file
# @arg  $unit_str
#   string that describes the units of the histogram items
#
sub print_csv {
  my $self = shift;
  my ($fh, $name, $unit_str) = @_;
  my $c = 0;
  my $d = 0;

  
  printf($fh "histogram,%s\n", $name);
  printf($fh "count,%d,items\n",
	 $self->{count});
  printf($fh "average,%f,%s\n",
	 $self->{count} > 0 ? $self->{total_val} / $self->{count} : 0,
	 $unit_str);
  my ($min_val, $max_val);
  $min_val = defined $self->{min_val} ? $self->{min_val} : "0";
  $max_val = defined $self->{max_val} ? $self->{max_val} : "0";
  printf($fh "min,%d,%s\n", $min_val, $unit_str);
  printf($fh "max,%d,%s\n", $max_val, $unit_str);
  print $fh "bucket min,bucket max,count,percent,cumulative pct,val count,percent,cumulative pct\n";

  if (defined $self->{under_min} && $self->{under_min} > 0) {
    $c += $self->{under_min};
    $d += $self->{under_min_buckets_val};
    printf($fh "%d,%d,%d,%f,%f,%f,%f,%f\n",
          -1, $self->{min}, $c, $c/$self->{count}, $c/$self->{count},
          $d, $d/$self->{total_val}, $d/$self->{total_val});
  }

  for (my $b = 0; $b <= $#{$self->{buckets}}; $b++) {
    if (defined $self->{buckets}->[$b] && $self->{buckets}->[$b] != 0) {
      my $x = $self->{buckets}->[$b];
      my $y = $self->{buckets_val}->[$b];

      $c += $x;
      $d += $y;

      my $pct = $x / $self->{count};
      my $cum_pct = $c / $self->{count};
     
      # if all the files parsed are zero bytes, the total_val will be zero but count will be a positive number
      my $y_pct = 0;
      my $y_cum_pct = 0;
      if($self->{total_val}) {
         $y_pct = $y / $self->{total_val};
         $y_cum_pct = $d / $self->{total_val};
      }

      if($self->{integer_vals}) {
         printf($fh "%d,%d,%d,%f,%f,%f,%f,%f\n",
               $self->_get_bucket_min($b), $self->_get_bucket_max($b),
               $x, $pct, $cum_pct, $y, $y_pct, $y_cum_pct);
      }
      else {
         printf($fh "%d,%d,%d,%f,%f,%f,%f,%f\n",
               $self->_get_bucket_min($b), $self->_get_bucket_max($b)+1,
               $x, $pct, $cum_pct, $y, $y_pct, $y_cum_pct);
      }
    }
  }

  if (defined $self->{over_max} && $self->{over_max} > 0) {
     $c += $self->{over_max};
     $d += $self->{over_max_buckets_val};
     printf($fh "%d,%d,%d,%f,%f,%f,%f,%f\n",
           $self->{max}, -1, $self->{over_max}, $self->{over_max}/$self->{count}, $c/$self->{count},
           $self->{over_max_buckets_val},  $self->{over_max_buckets_val}/$self->{total_val}, $d/$self->{total_val});
  }
  print $fh "\n";
}

__END__


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