Source code for spinn_front_end_common.utilities.report_functions.fixed_route_from_machine_report

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import os
from spinn_utilities.progress_bar import ProgressBar

[docs]class FixedRouteFromMachineReport(object): """ Generate a report of the fixed routes from the machine. """
[docs] def __call__(self, transceiver, machine, report_default_directory, app_id): """ Writes the fixed routes from the machine :param ~spinnman.transceiver.Transceiver transceiver: spinnMan instance :param ~spinn_machine.Machine machine: SpiNNMachine instance :param str report_default_directory: folder where reports reside :param int app_id: the application ID the fixed routes were loaded with """ file_name = os.path.join( report_default_directory, "fixed_route_routers") with open(file_name, "w") as output: self._write_fixed_routers(output, transceiver, machine, app_id)
def _write_fixed_routers(self, f, txrx, machine, app_id): """ How to actually describe the fixed routes :param f: Where we are writing :param ~spinnman.transceiver.Transceiver txrx: :param ~spinn_machine.Machine machine: :param int app_id: Which application is running on the machine :rtype: None """ progress = ProgressBar(machine.n_chips, "Writing fixed route report") f.write(" x y route [cores][links]\n") for chip in progress.over(machine.chips): if not chip.virtual: fixed_route = txrx.read_fixed_route(chip.x, chip.y, app_id) f.write("{: <3s}:{: <3s} contains route {: <10s} {}\n".format( str(chip.x), str(chip.y), self._reduce_route_value( fixed_route.processor_ids, fixed_route.link_ids), self._expand_route_value( fixed_route.processor_ids, fixed_route.link_ids))) @staticmethod def _reduce_route_value(processors_ids, link_ids): value = 0 for link in link_ids: value += 1 << link for processor in processors_ids: value += 1 << (processor + 6) return str(value) @staticmethod def _expand_route_value(processors_ids, link_ids): """ Convert a 32-bit route word into a string which lists the target\ cores and links. """ # Convert processor targets to readable values: route_string = "[" separator = "" for processor in processors_ids: route_string += separator + str(processor) separator = ", " route_string += "] [" # Convert link targets to readable values: link_labels = {0: 'E', 1: 'NE', 2: 'N', 3: 'W', 4: 'SW', 5: 'S'} separator = "" for link in link_ids: route_string += separator + link_labels[link] separator = ", " route_string += "]" return route_string