Date: Tue, 09 Sep 2014 08:10:13 +0200 From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Questions about statistics output On 2014-09-09 03:13, Len Rose wrote: > I am using version 126.96.36.199-bleeding-jumbo_mpi on a small 32-node cluster. > > I have been using a much older version for the last few years > (john-1.7.9-jumbo-7) and decided to try the latest code. > > I noticed we no longer see the SUM and averages on the status output > so was wondering if there is some new way to get that without writing > some external script? > > i.e. " SUM: guesses: 0 time: 1:10:03:10 0.00% (3) c/s: 388 avg12.14 " > > Now it's simply: > > 1 2g 0:21:07:53 3/3 0.000026g/s 18.93p/s 50.50c/s 50.50C/s > 2 0g 0:21:07:21 3/3 0g/s 15.99p/s 50.36c/s 50.36C/s > 3 0g 0:21:07:37 4.00% 2/3 (ETA: 2014-09-29 22:10) 0g/s 3.217p/s 10.13c/s 10.13C/s > (...) If I recall correctly I dropped the MPI summary line when merging 1.8 core, as I made the MPI code as similar to --fork code path as at all possible. I might look into re-implementing that summary if you really need it. > That's fine but the "ETA" field keeps disappearing and I was > wondering if we could still have the code print a similarly formatted > date for every node so that I can produce a script that can handle > summing and averaging on the above output? In your example you are running batch mode. Node 3 and others are still in stage 2/3 and their ETA show when /that stage/ will finish. Nodes 1, 2 and 8 has already entered stage 3 and show no ETA because it's beyond year 2029 or something like that. There wouldn't be much point in showing an ETA for them. A summary line would not be able show a reasonable ETA at all in a similar case. I can't remember if the older versions tried to or not but as you can imagine, trying to average "in two weeks" and "in 15+ years" will not produce anything usable. You should be able to handle the difference with a trivial regexp though. magnum
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