[Users] [ET Trac] [Einstein Toolkit] #1908: Cactus: don't print schedule tree by default

Erik Schnetter schnetter at gmail.com
Mon Jun 6 08:19:25 CDT 2016

My suggestion:

AFTER. The release, disable the schedule output to stdout by default.
Instead, output it to a file by default. That file could be a log file
capturing all level 3 warning output, so that we don't end up with too many


On Monday, June 6, 2016, Einstein Toolkit <trac-noreply at einsteintoolkit.org>
> #1908: Cactus: don't print schedule tree by default
>   Reporter:  knarf        |       Owner:
>       Type:  enhancement  |      Status:  new
>   Priority:  optional     |   Milestone:
>  Component:  Cactus       |     Version:  development version
> Resolution:               |    Keywords:
> Comment (by knarf):
>  I agree that some 'phrases' might be nice. I also agree that the
>  scheduling tree isn't the only information you hardly need when running
>  simulations, or building executables. We have to do something to cut
>  output like this down to a minimum that is useful for most people, along
>  with the possibility to easily enable more output when needed. I've
>  the schedule tree because of it's sheer length in terms of lines, and for
>  the not-very-invasive nature of the change (just the default value of an
>  already existing parameter).
>  What I would like to avoid is that this ticket becomes a collection of
>  wishes for very different things, a kind of über-ticket for cutting down
>  on the output while building/running. We could open a ticket like that,
>  and link this ticket there, if this is felt to be helpful. I would like
>  concentrate here on the default for printing the scheduling tree: should
>  this be 'yes', or 'no'?
> --
> Ticket URL: <https://trac.einsteintoolkit.org/ticket/1908#comment:2>
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