Re: CSV output

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On Mon, 13 Mar 2023, Steven Rostedt wrote:

> On Mon, 13 Mar 2023 18:40:16 +0100 (CET)
> Julia Lawall <julia.lawall@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Thanks for the patch.  But actually, I was hoping for something like this:
> >
> > cpus=96
> > <...>-20420,074,3057.962369,sched_process_exec,/tmp/,20420,20420
> > <...>-20420,074,3057.963487,sched_switch,,20420,120,D,swapper/74,0,120
> > <idle>-0,034,3057.963602,sched_waking,kworker/u192,6,500,120,075
> > <idle>-0,075,3057.963632,sched_wakeup,kworker/u192,6,500,120,075
> > <idle>-0,075,3057.963637,sched_switch,swapper/75,0,120,R,kworker/u192,6,500,120
> > kworker/u192,6-500,075,3057.963656,sched_waking,,20420,120,074
> > kworker/u192,6-500,075,3057.963665,sched_switch,kworker/u192,6,500,120,W,swapper/75,0,120
> > <idle>-0,074,3057.963686,sched_wakeup,,20420,120,074
> > <idle>-0,074,3057.963691,sched_switch,swapper/74,0,120,R,,20420,120
> >
> > It still remains human readable (more or less, with practice), but there
> > are not a lot of spaces that a parser has to get rid of.  The separator
> > character would have to be something that can't occur in a command name.
> Should be rather trivial to implement.
> Better yet, I'm hoping to get some time to finish looking at the python
> updates that were sent to me, and where it could be possible to just allow
> you to override the output with a python script.

OK, no hurry.  I looked into the plugins, but they seem to control only
part of the output and it seems that one would be needed for every type of
event.  I could try writing python, if there is an example.


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