Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2013
Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE is an easy to use performance and thread profiler for C, C++, C#, Fortran, Java and MPI developers. No special recompiles are needed, just start profiling. Hotspots are highlighted on the source. A powerful timeline makes it easy to tune your application and scale performance on multicore processors.
New for Update 15!
- Optional unless you need new processor or feature support:
- Ability to change the focus function from the Caller/Callee panes
- Ability to collapse recursive functions in the Call Stack pane
- Improved Frame Rate Histogram representation per frame domain in the Summary Window
- Automatic positioning of the hottest line in the Source/Assembly window after drilling down from the grid
- Support for importing global discrete counters collected externally
Note: We are now labeling analysis tool updates as "Recommended for all users" or "Optional unless you need…". Recommended updates will be available about once a quarter for users who do not want to update frequently. Optional updates may be released more frequently, providing access to new processor support, new features, and critical fixes.
Installer for Intel® Vtune™ Amplifier XE 2013 Update 15 for Linux*
Installer for Intel® Vtune™ Amplifier XE 2013 Update 15 for Windows*
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Next: What's New in Update 14?
- Change a focus function from the Callers or Callees panes by double-clicking a function of interest. Alternatively, you may select a function by right-click and choose the Change Focus Function context menu option. For more details please refer to the "Window: Caller/Callee" topic in the product help.
- To collapse all recursive functions into one entry in the Call Stack pane - select the Collapse Recursion option from Context menu:
VTune Amplifier updates the view and marks the entry with collapsed recursion as follows:
For more details please refer to the “” topic in the product help.
- In case of many frame domains use Domain drop-down menu at Summary pane to choose a frame domain to analyze with the frame rate histogram. If only one domain is available, the drop-down menu is grayed out. For more details please refer to the "Window: Summary" topic in the product help.
- VTune Source/Assembly window now automatically positions of the hottest line in the after drilling down from the grid:
- You can import global discrete counters without specifying PID/TID. In that case the performance counter timestamp will not be bound to a particular process/thread and will be visualized at Timeline in the new area for global counters with separate rows per each counter type. For more details please refer to the "Creating a CSV File with External Data" topic in the product help, paragraph "Format for Discrete Values" and examples.