You can list the unique filename stems of all the files written
by a simulation. This is useful if you are unsure about which
outputs were produced, or want to browse all possible files/diagnostics.
This command doesn’t take any arguments, and can be used with
pgkyl list --help Usage: pgkyl list [OPTIONS] List Gkeyll filename stems in the current directory Options: -e, --extension TEXT Output file extension [default: bp] -h, --help Show this message and exit.
In the directory where the simulation was run type
and you will obtain a list of the unique filename stems in that directory. For example, if I run the gk-alfven-p1.lua simulation I would get
gk-alfven-p1_allGeo gk-alfven-p1_apar gk-alfven-p1_dApardt gk-alfven-p1_electron gk-alfven-p1_electron_GkM0 gk-alfven-p1_electron_GkM1 gk-alfven-p1_electron_f0 gk-alfven-p1_electron_f1 gk-alfven-p1_ion gk-alfven-p1_ion_GkM0 gk-alfven-p1_ion_GkM1 gk-alfven-p1_laplacianWeight gk-alfven-p1_modifierWeight gk-alfven-p1_phi
Note that if multiple simulations with different input files have been run in the same directory it will list the unique filename stems for all such simulations.