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The Linux commands Grep commands for analyzing timing reports

Updated: 3 days ago

Grep commands


  1. Gives you the number of paths which has the same endpoints.


>  grep "Endpoint: hierarchical_top_name\/instance_name\/cellname_\[0\]" filename_timing.rpt | wc 



 

2. The below command is used to search for a specific pattern in files. -R in option allows for recursive search. You can use -i for disabling case sensitive.


> grep -R "Word" /path

 

3. To find specific different startpoints associated with the same endpoint. Basically,

- Z gives us a line before the pattern. -u gives us unique.


> grep "Endpoint: hierarchical_top_name\/instance_name\/cellname_\[0\]" -Z2 | grep "Startpoint:" -u 




 

4. To find Startpoint except "some specific startpoint" associated with Endpoint. We use -v to exclude.

> grep "Endpoint: hierarchical_top_name\/instance_name\/cellname_\[0\]" -Z2 | grep "Startpoint:hierarchical_top_name\/instance_name\/cellname_\[4\] " -v

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