#include <pcp/pmapi.h>pmID pmID_build(unsigned int domain, unsigned int cluster,unsigned int item);unsigned int pmID_domain(pmID pmid);unsigned int pmID_cluster(pmID pmid);unsigned int pmID_item(pmID pmid);cc ... -lpcp
Within the Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) each metric is assigned a
unique Performance Metric Identifier (pmID). Internally a pmID
is constructed from 3 fields: the domain number (of the
associated Performance Metrics Domain Agent, or PMDA), the
cluster number and the item number (the last two are assigned by
pmID_build constructs a pmID from domain, cluster and item.
pmID_domain, pmID_cluster and pmID_item return the respective
fields from pmid.
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