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    • Shane Snyder's avatar
      two darshan_core_wtime fixes · d88e8161
      Shane Snyder authored
      1) make sure wtime_offset is set properly when using MPI
      2) fix ifdef logic to properly get wtime in all non-MPI cases
      d88e8161
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    • Philip Carns's avatar
      refactor LD_PRELOAD MPI wrappers · 1dabc539
      Philip Carns authored
      - match convention of other modules where possible
      - avoid trampoline for non-PMPI calls
      - resolve underlying symbols at run time
      - use symbol name direclty in wrapper
      1dabc539
  22. 24 Jul, 2017 1 commit
    • Shane Snyder's avatar
      bug fix for disabling module instrumentation · 37b50d6a
      Shane Snyder authored
      Previously, modules would explicitly disable instrumentation when
      ever Darshan core called into the module to shut it down. The
      issue is that Darshan core starts shutting down well before modules
      do, so there is a time interval where modules could be trying to
      instrument data while its not safe to do so.
      
      Now, we expose a function (darshan_core_disabled_instrumentation)
      that modules can call to determine if its safe to instrument
      data.
      37b50d6a
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