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The following er_print subcommands display miscellaneous information about the experiment.
Display descriptive information about the specified experiment. The exp_id can be obtained from the exp_list command. If the exp_id is all or is not given, the information is displayed for all experiments loaded.
Following each header, any errors or warnings are printed. Headers for each experiment are separated by a line of dashes.
If the experiment directory contains a file named notes, the contents of that file are prepended to the header information. A notes file may be manually added or edited or specified with -C “comment” arguments to the collect command.
exp_id is required on the command line, but not in a script or in interactive mode.
Write a list of instruction frequency from the measured count data. The instruction frequency report can only be generated from count data. This command applies only on Oracle Solaris.
List the load objects with any error or warning messages that result from the use of the load object for performance analysis. The number of load objects listed can be limited by using the limit command (see Commands That Control Output).
Write out the sample data of each of the currently selected samples for the specified experiment. The exp_id can be obtained from the exp_list command. If the exp_id is all or is not given, the sample data is displayed for all experiments. exp_id is required on the command line, but not in a script or in interactive mode.
Write out execution statistics, aggregated over the current sample set for the specified experiment. For information on the definitions and meanings of the execution statistics that are presented, see the getrusage(3C) and proc(4) man pages. The execution statistics include statistics from system threads for which the Collector does not collect any data.
The exp_id can be obtained from the experiment_list command. If the exp_id is not given, the sum of data for all experiments is displayed, aggregated over the sample set for each experiment. If exp_id is all, the sum and the individual statistics for each experiment are displayed.