Re: [Patch 0/2] blkiomon: I/O monitor based on blktrace data

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On Wed, 2008-07-16 at 10:43 -0400, Alan D. Brunelle wrote:
> Haven't had time to think this through, but if blktrace is sending
> binary data to blkparse, why not just replace blkparse w/ blkiomon?
> Taking data directly from blktrace itself?

Good point.

Still I think I want all the trace sorting blkparse does for me.
I didn't want to reimplement that functionality.

I don't need other capabilities of blkparse, though, like generating
some basic statistics.

Perhaps, it would make sense to move some blkparse code to a separate
c-file, which could be linked by other tools in the package, blkiomon?

Would be fine with me to make this all as light-weight as possible, e.g.
get rid of blkparse and a pipe.


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