Performance Analytics for Computational Experiments (PACE)
Besides regular searches, advanced searches could be used to filter results as desired. One can enter a category (user, machine, etc.) name followed by a colon and the keyword you wish to search for.Examples:
For specific user and machine combination,
If you wish to use the jobid/lid from CIME, use
List of available categories
- In a typical search, the search engine looks for values similar to the keywords entered. Prepending
$to a keyword indicates you're looking for an exact match, and only shows results with that exact value. This tends to be more effective on advanced searches.
- More than one search can be performed at a time in the search box. Use the vertial line/pipe (
|) after each search to chain results together.
For instance, if you wish to search for experiments by user "sarat" and another search for user "worley", this can be a compounded search using the following syntax.
user:sarat | user:worley
These compound search queries are useful to setup experiment comparisons.