LogViewer for HWINFO is available !

TomWoB

Well-Known Member
Hi Spaksu,

I'm still considering what benefits a Web based version could have (?)
Maybe you can say some ...
 

TomWoB

Well-Known Member
New Version 4.2

Hi all,

suitable for the release day of the game "Anno 1800" I created a new version 4.2, which have a small new feature: any diagrams show now the following values in upper left corner
  • Minimum (new)
  • Average
  • Maximum (new)
MinimumMaximum.jpg

I think this game needs some analysis regarding CPU- vs GPU-Limit, so the maximum values can be very useful ... :)

Best regards
Tom

Download - GenericLogViewer - Version 4.2
 
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TomWoB

Well-Known Member
Hi integral,

looks like a library or operating system mismatch. Some questions to check:
  • are the two files of the GenericLogViewer really in same folder ?
    - GenericLogViewer.exe
    - System.Windows.Controls.DataVisualization.Toolkit.dll
  • which version of .NET is installed ?
    - must be at least .NET 4.6.1
  • which version of operating system ?
    - Windows 10, 7, XP
    - 32 or 64-bit
  • do you have other .NET libraries, e.g. DevExpress, installed ?
Regards
Tom
 
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integral

New Member
TomWoB said:
Hi integral,

looks like a library or operating system mismatch. Some questions to check:

  • are the two files of the GenericLogViewer really in same folder ?
     - GenericLogViewer.exe
     - System.Windows.Controls.DataVisualization.Toolkit.dll
  • which version of .NET is installed ?
     - must be at least .NET 4.6.1
  • which version of operating system ?
     - Windows 10, 7, XP
     - 32 or 64-bit
  • do you have other .NET libraries, e.g. DevExpress, installed ?
Regards
Tom
  • Yes
    Code:
    PS C:\Windows\system32> (Get-ItemProperty "HKLM:SOFTWARE\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full").Release
    461814

  • 461814 = .NET Framework 4.7.2
  • Windows 10 64bit 1809
  • No
 

TomWoB

Well-Known Member
That's exact what I have:

Windows.jpg

Registry.jpg

Hm ... strange :oops:

Maybe playing with compatibility settings does help (sorry, I'm using a German Windows):
GenericLogViewer.exe -> Mouse Right Click -> Settings

Kompatibility.jpg
 
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TomWoB

Well-Known Member
Hi all,

I built a version 5.0 with the following new features:
  • MSI Afterburner Logs are now supported too (*.hml)
  • "Statistic"-diagram got many improvements (now it works as it should)
  • New diagram-type "Triple" implemented, which shows Minimum, Average and Maximum in a barchart
Triple-Diagram.jpg

Because a "Triple"-diagram needs typically less space than a "Timeline"-diagram, I want to remind you of a special feature:
Splitter between the diagrams allow you to adjust the height or width (two columns activated) of any diagram:
  • put mouse pointer "on a border"
  • wait until "double arrow" appears
  • drag & drop border to your needs
Splitter.png


Special thanks to Boyan for good ideas and a lot of beta testing !

Download - GenericLogViewer - Version 5.0
 
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TomWoB

Well-Known Member
New Version 5.1

Hi all, I built a version 5.1 with the following new features:
  • Save Screenshot:
    ability to save a screenshot of the GenericLogViewer window directly in one of the following graphic formats:
    - PNG
    - JPEG
    - TIFF
    - Bitmap

  • Feature "different categories of one file in one diagram" now also has a "-" button

Features 5.1.jpg

Best regards
Tom

Download - GenericLogViewer - Version 5.1
 

supremeMilo

New Member
Just discovered this utility, it looks great! Is there any way to have more than three input sources for a chart? I would like to graph frequency and temp across eight cores.

Thanks!
 

engmia

New Member
Now you are just showing off :eek:)
Tom did do an absolutely stunning job of this release!

Just discovered this utility, it looks great! Is there any way to have more than three input sources for a chart? I would like to graph frequency and temp across eight cores.

Thanks!
You don't really need to compare more than three files in order to do that. In fact, you will only have the one file unless you somehow used two different programs to log. The differences between the cores shouldn't be too high, so in my opinion it's worth monitoring only the highest CPU temp overall (on AMD you don't even have per-core temps). The clocks are the same on my CPU so I don't monitor those as well.

However if you do want to compare both for all cores or overall to compare 16 different charts, it is possible. The way to do it is in two separate files since currently the app only supports 6 rows x 2 columns = 12 charts in total. So in order to achieve this, you need to open two separate instances of GenericLogViewer and open the file two times.

In your case I would do 4x2 splits over two windows side by side. The end result would look like this (but with your 16 columns):

1571640883070.png

As you can see, at this point the UI looks it's all the same so you can order it horizontally/vertically etc. it's all up to you.
 

TomWoB

Well-Known Member
New Version 5.2

Hi all, I built a version 5.2 with the following new feature (inspired by @engmia):
  • ability to save the current setup
  • ability to load a previous saved setup
SetupButtons.png

After loading a logfile, the two new buttons are shown. They allow to save/load your parameters of the GenericLogViewer like:
  • number of diagrams
  • diagram types
  • selected categories
  • ...
Only logfile specific parameters are not saved, like filenames, time windows (makes no sense).

Remark:
depending on the "complexity" of the setup (6x2 diagrams, each with 3 categories, ...) it can take "some seconds" until setup is activated ... stay cool :cool:

Best regards
Tom

Download - GenericLogViewer - Version 5.2
 
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engmia

New Member
Stunning release Tom! Absolutely blows my mind how quick the tool has become to navigate now. What used to take a minute every time, now only takes a second. Absolutely irreplacable for people who compare a lot of columns, not to mention for different components at that.

I would like to graph frequency and temp across eight cores..
You should find this addition great in your use-case! Perfectly completes my earlier suggestion for opening two different GenericLogViewer windows and comparing all 16 cores ;)
 
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