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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 - darshan-runtime: to be installed on systems where you intend to
instrument MPI applications. See darshan-runtime/doc/darshan-runtime.txt instrument MPI applications. See darshan-runtime/doc/darshan-runtime.txt
...@@ -8,9 +18,6 @@ The Darshan source tree is divided into two parts: ...@@ -8,9 +18,6 @@ The Darshan source tree is divided into two parts:
log files produced by darshan-runtime. See log files produced by darshan-runtime. See
darshan-util/doc/darshan-util.txt for installation instructions. 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, The darshan-test directory contains various test harnesses, benchmarks,
patches, and unsupported utilites that are mainly of interest to Darshan patches, and unsupported utilites that are mainly of interest to Darshan
developers. developers.
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