I use VS 2012 as my build environment on Win 7.However my VS never recogonizes the annotations header file,though it loads it.Can anybody suggest a workaround for this issue?
I am using Intel Advisor XE 2013 (build 270011) on Linux. I am using the Survey analysis to profile my program (compiled with gcc and flags: -g and -O3). However, every time that I run the analysis I get different execution percentages for a loop of interest, although everytime I am using the same input data and parameters. The total execution time of my program is around 0.72 s.
I want to ask you:
Is it expected to have different execution percentages when profiling using Advisor?
Are there any needed compiler/linker flags that I forgot?
After annotation and suitability report for a code segment, I failed to generate correctness report. Before the program launches, the process is stopped by an error message:
Not sure this is the right forum, but I am getting the following error message when I try and download the latest version (Version 2013 Initial Release or Update 1) of Intel Advisor XE
We are unable to find registrations/downloads matching this request.
I have an education license for both Windows and Linux and am seeing the same error message. Any ideas?
I have a subprogram in my software that has a parallel site that contains nested loops. I am uncertain as to
how to annotate them. Can you direct me to some literature on this?
Any help appreciated. Thanks in advance.
When I annotated my first file based on the results of intel Advisor survey, I got the error:
'RRAY' undeclared (first use in this function)
Each undeclared indentifier is reported only once
for each function it appears in.
What must be the sitename and what must be the taskname? Also, do I have to declare each? At present it says my taskname is undeclared.
RRAY was my taskname and I did not declare it. I did not think that I had to.
Any help appreciated.
Is the header file, advisor-annotate.h, compatible with gcc?
Does it only work with Intel's compilers such as icc, etc or can it work witth gcc also?
Thanks in advance.
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