Views in this perspective include the Machines view, and the Jobs view.
To populate the PTP Runtime perspective, you should have a program running. See launching parallel programs for how to launch a parallel program.
To open the PTP Runtime perspective, Select Window > Open Perspective > Other ... and Select PTP Runtime.
The PTP Runtime Perspective includes the Machines view and the Jobs view. Details of the resources (Node Info and Process Info) are shown at the bottom of the Machines view. Process details and process output can be shown for any process in any job.
Select between the Machines or Jobs view.
In the Machines view, an icon represents each node.
Node icons indicate the status of the node:
Selecting a node: Double-click on a node icon to display the node information..
Close-up of node and process info displayed
Switch between machines using the dropdown menu in the toolbar of the Machines view.
Node state icons:
Each node in the machines view is indicated by an icon.
The icons and their meanings are shown in the Legend dialog,
available from the
legend icon in the toolbar.
You can also see information on a particular node by hovering the
mouse pointer over a node.
To display information on a particular node, double-click
on the node icon and the Node info box
will be populated with information about that node. Here the Node info box and the hover information on the node are both shown.
Processes running on a node:
While running, the process information is also shown:
Zoom in / Zoom out on process icons allows more processes to be
displayed in the Machines view.
In the Jobs view, the current status of jobs is shown. Running and completed jobs are listed. The jobs are shown in the left pane, and the processes running in the selected job are shown in the right pane.
The following jobs view shows that job3 is currently being debugged.
As shown above, hovering over a process shows the MPI task ID and process ID. Again, the icons and their meanings are shown in the Legend dialog, available from the legend icon in the toolbar. The Job and process icons are listed again here:
|Job status icon||Process state icon|
Currently running job
Job under debug
process exited normally
process exited with signal
Selecting a job shows the processes belonging to the job.
The Terminate button can be used to kill a job.
Selecting a process:
Double-clicking on a process in the right pane of the Jobs view
brings up a details view for that process.
The process details page includes the following information:
The Program output window shows the standard output generated by this process.
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