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The Darshan source tree is divided into two parts:
Darshan is a lightweight I/O characterization tool that transparently
captures I/O access pattern information from HPC applications.
Darshan can be used to tune applications for increased scientific
productivity or to gain insight into trends in large-scale computing
systems.
Please see the
[Darshan web page](https://www.mcs.anl.gov/research/projects/darshan)
for more in-depth news and documentation.
The Darshan source tree is divided into two main parts:
- darshan-runtime: to be installed on systems where you intend to
instrument MPI applications. See darshan-runtime/doc/darshan-runtime.txt
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log files produced by darshan-runtime. See
darshan-util/doc/darshan-util.txt for installation instructions.
General documentation can be found on the Darshan documentation web page:
http://www.mcs.anl.gov/darshan/documentation/
The darshan-test directory contains various test harnesses, benchmarks,
patches, and unsupported utilites that are mainly of interest to Darshan
developers.
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