Intel® Inspector Tutorials

Published:08/25/2015   Last Updated:11/16/2017

The following tutorials are quick paths to start using the Intel® Inspector. Each demonstrates an end-to-end workflow you can ultimately apply to your own applications.

NOTE: If you do not already have access to the Intel Inspector, you can download an evaluation copy from http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-software-evaluation-center/.

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Analyzing Memory Errors with the Intel Inspector
Duration: 10-15 minutes

C++ Tutorial
Windows* OS 
Linux* OS 
Sample code: tachyon_insp_xe

Fortran Tutorial
Windows* OS 
Linux* OS 
Sample code: nqueens_fortran

Find and fix memory errors, such as uninitialized memory access and memory leak errors.

Analyzing Threading Errors with the Intel Inspector
Duration: 10-15 minutes

C++ Tutorial
Windows* OS 
Linux* OS 
Sample code: tachyon_insp_xe

Fortran Tutorial
Windows* OS 
Linux* OS 
Sample code: nqueens_fortran

Find and fix threading errors, such as data race errors.

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