I find that the -mix output of SDE is very useful. Unfortuntately it only outputs by default for thread 0. Is there a way i can get it to output for more than 1 thread? I've tried:
sde -mix -p -mt -- "exe"
but it doesn't output stats for all threads. I also tried to specify the number of threads via "-mt 4" but that is not the correct usage. In the -phelp it states by default it is 1, how do I change that?
Additionally, if you're executable is a shell script.. and you have multiple jobs sent serially in that shell script, those jobs are launched as new processes. Will SDE in -mix output catch the instruction/loop stats for the spawned processes if you are successful in speciftying mutliple thread support in -mix output?
Thanks for any help..