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       analyze.tusc  -	A Perl script filter utility that reads through a tusc
       output file, and delivers statistics on the system calls	 tusc  reports

       analyze.tusc [-c] <tusc output file>

       This tool is part of the CIFS WTEC Support Tools suite.

       analyze.tusc  is	 a utility for analyzing the contents of a tusc output
       file, providing this information extracted from the file:

       - average, minimum and maximum response time for each system call

       - total summary of the most frequently seen system call

       - the system call using the most time as measured in total number of
		seconds of processing time

       - total number of system calls processed

       - total number of different types of system call

       - total log file duration

       -c	 Output for use as a Comma Separated Values (CSV) file

       filename	      Filename to be analyzed.	This is a required parameter.

       This was done using the command: # analyze.tusc <filename>

		      Total time consumed: 0.0258071422576904
		      Average time consumed: 0.000353522496680691
		      Minimum time consumed: 0.000304102897644043
		      Maximum time consumed: 0.000778079032897949
		      Number of times called: 73

		      Total time consumed: 0.0154075622558594
		      Average time consumed: 0.00028013749556108
		      Minimum time consumed: 0.000242948532104492
		      Maximum time consumed: 0.000702023506164551
		      Number of times called: 55

		      Total time consumed: 0.0101687908172607
		      Average time consumed: 0.000242114067077637
		      Minimum time consumed: 0.00022590160369873
		      Maximum time consumed: 0.000275015830993652
		      Number of times called: 42

		      Total time consumed: 0.00122714042663574
		      Average time consumed: 0.000245428085327148
		      Minimum time consumed: 0.00023496150970459
		      Maximum time consumed: 0.000258088111877441

	      <lines omitted here for sake of brevity>

		      Total time consumed: 42.2174119949341
		      Average time consumed: 0.000313320360354857
		      Minimum time consumed: 0.000248908996582031
		      Maximum time consumed: 0.0886640548706055
		      Number of times called: 134742

		      Lines processed: 390258
		      Unique system calls: 31
		      Total system calls made: 195123
		      Most called System Call: write
		      System call using the most time: write
		      Tusc trace Duration(seconds): 237.372695922852

       analyze.tusc requires that the tusc trace be taken with	the  following
       options:	 -p  -T	 "" -E -o <output file> <PID>.	Alternatively, you can
       use the same options as defined in the man page for spotdelay.tusc.

       It also obviously requires that you have the tusc utility to  TAKE  the
       trace  with.  If it is NOT on your system, you can acquire it from your
       HP support representative.

       analyze.tusc was developed and tested using tusc version 7.5  PL1.  Not
       all  versions  of  tusc support the required options - be sure you have
       version 7.5 PL1 or higher.

       This script was developed and tested  under  perl(1)  version  5.005_02
       built  for  PA-RISC1.1 . While it may run under previous versions it is
       recommended that you install 5.005_02 or higher for best results.

       You may need to modify the first line to	 point	to  whatever  location
       YOUR environment has perl installed.


       Ian Jespersen, HP WTEC NOS Support Team .

       tusc was written by Chris R. Bertin, HP Openview Support.


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