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Possible to terminate JazzMon early


Robert Carter (42927987) | asked Feb 25 '13, 11:57 a.m.
Is there a safe way to terminate the JazzMon process before it terminates itself via the SEQ_RUN_LENGTH_ARG parameter?

I have started a process with the nohup command.  I wanted to stop the process prematurely so I can do some mid stream analysis.  Is this possible?

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Dave Schlegel (331157) | answered Feb 25 '13, 12:15 p.m.
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If you want to stop JazzMon, it will retain all the data it has collected to date and just won't do the "analyze" step for you by default. You can always do that from the command line.

But if you just want to analyze the data early, you can do that without stopping JazzMon. Under JazzMon 1.4, the default is to "analyze in place" so from a different command line shell you just run the "analyze" command whenever you want and it will analyze the data it's collected to date; then you can use the Excel macro to view it.

If you are using an earlier version or have disabled the analyze-in-place feature you'll just have to do a "gather" and an "analyze" step from the alternate command line window.


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