Log file created by Process Monitor, a real-time process monitoring tool for Windows; contains a log of system activities in the file system and registry, as well as in system processes and threads; used for analyzing issues with computer performance and security permissions.
PML files save the process name, process ID, operation, path, result, a timestamp, and other information about system events. The log files can be filtered by custom criteria to locate specific information.
Configuration file used by Pyre, Python framework used for integrating high-performance computing applications; saved using XML formatting and includes values for "properties," "facilities," and "components" in an application; enables users to override the default values in an application's "inventories."
Pyre is distributed in a source code format and does not include a traditional installer program. An example application that uses Pyre and PML files is DANSE, a software package used for analyzing neutron scattering experiments.
NOTE: The terms "properties," "facilities," "components," and "inventories" have specific meanings when used to describe parts of the Pyre framework. The Pyre framework was developed by the Caltech Center for Advanced Computing Research (CACR).