The Intel® C++ Compiler, also known as icc, is a high performance compiler which lets you build and optimize your C/C++ applications for the Linux* based operating system. The Intel® C++ compiler provides complete supports for various embedded Linux* system. With multiple features of Intel® C++ compiler, you can easily start to use icc for new project developing, or migrate the existing project from GNU compiler.
How to Detect and Repair Correctness Issues in Code to Run on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor Architecture with Intel® Inspector XE
Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors combine advanced power performance with the benefits of standard CPU programming models. Developing and tuning for Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors means you get both great coprocessor performance and improved performance on Intel® Xeon® processors.
We have recently learned about various problems users are experiencing when attempting to use the power analysis capability of the VTune™ Amplifier XE 2013. For example, you may see one of the following messages:
- Error: Power Analysis is not supported on this platform.
- Unknown symbol "cpufreq_freq_attr_scaling_available_freqs" in /var/log after building and attempting to load the power driver module
Below are some suggestions for troubleshooting problems with the power analysis feature.
This Intel® Media SDK sample again utilizes “simple_5_transcode_opaque – async - vppresize”. However, this sample shows execution of several concurrent transcode sessions via the use of OpenMP* (http://openmp.org/wp/).
This tutorial sample is found in the tutorial samples package under the name "simple_6_multisession_omp". The code is extensively documented with inline comments detailing each step required to setup and execute the use case.