latency-plot - another way to view latency numbers
latency-plot [-?|--help] [-H|--hal] [-b|--base nS] [-s|--servo nS] [-t|--time mS] [--relative] [--actual]
latency-plot makes a strip chart recording for a base and a servo thread. It may be useful to see spikes in latency when other applications are started or used. Mainly superseded by latency-histogram.
LinuxCNC and Hal should not be running, stop with halrun -U.
More details: https://linuxcnc.org/docs/html/install/latency-test.html
Show options and exit.
-b, --base nS
base thread interval, default: 25000
-s, --servo nS
servo thread interval, default: 1000000
-t, --time mS
report interval, default: 1000, min: 100, max: 10000
relative clock time (default)
actual clock time
latency-histogram(1), latency-test(1), linuxcnc(1)
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