Often in High Performance Computing one needs to know about the various memory metrics of a given program with the peak memory usage probably being the most important one. While the getrusage(2) syscall provides some of that information, it’s use in Fortran programs is far from optimal and there are lots of metrics that are not exposed by it.
On Linux one could simply parse the /proc/PID/status file. Being a simple text file it could easily be processed entirely with the built-in Fortran machinery as shown in the following recipe:
Embracing the current development in educational technologies, the IT Center of the RWTH Aachen University (former Center for Computing and Communication) makes available online the audio recordings of most tutorials delivered during this year’s PPCES seminar. Participation in PPCES is for free and course materials are available online, but this is the first time when proper audio recordings were taken.
All videos (presentation slides + audio) are available on the PPCES YouTube channel under Creative Commons Attribution license.