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SSORDER(1)							    SSORDER(1)


NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     ssorder - compute and write cord feedback files from working set data

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     ssorder -wsl <working-set-list-file> [-gray|-weight] -o <output-
     feedback-file> <a.out or DSO>

INTRODUCTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     ssorder is	a tool designed	to allow generation of a cord feedback file
     from the executable or DSO	and a list of working set files, and weights,
     derived from measurements.

     ssorder is	a command-line version of sscord; it generates identical
     feedback files, but can be	run from a script.  The	theory and strategy
     for the computations involved is described	in the man page	for sscord(1),
     q.v.

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     ssorder reads a working-set list file specified by	the -wsl argument, and
     generates a cord feedback file written to the file	given by its -o
     argument (or to stdout, if	none is	given).

COMMAND-LINE OPTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

     ssorder accepts the following command-line	options:

     -o	outfile
	  specifies the	name of	the output file	to be written with feedback
	  information.	If the file exists, ssorder will exit with an error
	  message.  If this option is not provided, ssorder will write the
	  feedback to stdout.

     -wsl fileset
	  specifies a single text file name as input; the working set list
	  will consist of the working-set files	whose names appear in the
	  input	file.  Each file name should be	on a single line.

     -gray
	  specifies that gray-code ordering should be computed (default).

     -weight
	  specifies that weighted-affinity ordering should be computed.

     -v[erbose]
	  specifies that additional informational output should	be generated.
	  It is	equivalent to setting the environment variable
	  _SPEEDSHOP_VERBOSE to	an empty string.

     -V	  specifies that even more additional informational output should be
	  generated.  It is equivalent to setting the environment variable
	  _SPEEDSHOP_VERBOSE to	a non-empty string.





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SSORDER(1)							    SSORDER(1)


SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

      
      
     speedshop(1), prof(1), cvperf(1), cord(1),	sscord(1), sswsextr(1)


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