Option 1: The
nsys stats command
stats command of NSight Systems is actually not intended for exporting .qdrep’s to SQLite format, but rather to generate statistics of some kind using an SQLite database. However, it turns out that if you have a .qdrep but no SQLite, it will export the former into the latter before doing the rest of the work. So, this may work:
nsys stats report.qdrep
Caveat: Haven’t tried it myself yet.
There’s a utility which is bundled with NSight Systems, named
nsys-exporter. While it is clearly marked as a “beta tool” – what is life but a beta, right? So you could write:
nsys-exporter -s report.qdrep report.sqlite
and it will work. There are additional export formats: Text, JSON, HDF5 (but they might not be exactly what you expect – try and see what exactly comes out.)
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