Intel® Advisor 2018 Release Notes - Windows* / Linux*

Published:09/11/2017   Last Updated:09/11/2017

Introduction

Intel® Advisor 2018 provides two tools to help ensure your Fortran, C and C++ (as well as .NET on Windows) applications take full performance advantage of today's processors:

  • Vectorization Advisor is a vectorization analysis tool that lets you identify loops that will benefit most from vectorization, identify what is blocking effective vectorization, explore the benefit of alternative data reorganizations, and increase the confidence that vectorization is safe.

  • Threading Advisor is a threading design and prototyping tool that lets you analyze, design, tune, and check threading design options without disrupting your normal development.

This document provides system requirements, installation instructions, issues and limitations, and legal information.

To learn more about this product visit our Intel® Advisor product page or refer to our Get Started guide

For technical support, including answers to questions not addressed in the product documentation, please visit: Support

What's New

Intel® Advisor 2018 Update 3

  • Memory and Dependencies analyses
    • Ability to stop MAP analysis by condition to reduce collection overhead
  • Usability
    • Ability to specify a number of top hot innermost loops in batch mode.
  • Roofline
    • Preview Feature: Integer OP/S-based Roofline - Roofline chart for codes with integer and mixed float/integer data types. To enable this functionality set the environment variable ADVIXE_EXPERIMENTAL=int_roofline
    • Ability to adjust the Roofline to a custom number of threads to see the practical performance limits for given a application.
    • Export the Roofline chart to HTML from command line without configuring the graphical user interface in cluster environment.
  • New OS support
    • Support for Ubuntu* 18.04

Intel® Advisor 2018 Update 2

  • Memory and Dependencies analyses
    • Decreasing overhead for Memory Access Patterns and Dependencies analyses via limiting loop call count and analysis duration in project properties.
    • New metric Memory footprint for the first instance of the loop (calculated in bytes)
    • Ability to select loops in command line by source file and line:
      advixe-cl --mark-up-loops --select main.cpp:12,other.cpp:198
  • Recommendations
    • New style for recommendations pane and parameters or peel/remainder recommendation specific to certain user code
    • New recommendation to use non-temporal store (NTS) instructions to improve memory bound application performance.
  • Usability
    • Font size can be now customized in Options menu. This may help to adjust GUI appearance in SSH X-forwarding sessions.
    • Filter state is made persistent on re-opening results
  • Roofline
    • Roofline benchmarks can be synchronized for multi-rank MPI applications with the --benchmark-sync option.
    • Visualizing performance limits for each loop on Roofline chart
    • Ability to compare several Roofline results on the same chart
    • "Filter-in" arbitrary subset of dots on Roofline chart for simplifying complex charts analysis and saving only selected dots to bitmaps.
  • New OS support
    • Support for Fedora* 27
    • Support for Ubuntu* 17.10
    • Microsoft* Windows* 10 version 1709

Intel® Advisor 2018 Update 1

  • Selective profiling for Roofline, FLOPS and Trip Counts collections to decrease analysis scope and decrease overhead.
    • Select only loops of interest in GUI/CLI
    • Markup region of interest in source code via ITT "pause/resume" APIs
  • Improved finalization speed: Perform static instruction mix analysis on demand.
  • Usability improvements:
    • Run the Roofline analysis in command line with a single command
    • Improved UI responsiveness
    • Introduced progress bar for issues detection
    • Single HTML report generated from Python to share data easily in one file
    • Controls in Project Properties for suppressing warnings on missing debug info from system modules
    • Hints to configure search paths if symbols are not resolved
  • Fixed some issues with the Microsoft Visual Studio* 2017 integration
  • Bug fixes

Intel® Advisor 2018

Roofline:

  • General availability of Cache-aware Roofline performance characterization model, that graphically represents main performance limiting factors for the whole application and individual loops and functions.

  • Preview feature: Hierarchical Roofline: to enable, please set the environment variable ADVIXE_EXPERIMENTAL=roofline_ex before launching the Intel® Advisor (data re-collection may be required).

Deep characterization:

  • Total FLOPS metric in Top Down view that shows FLOPS distribution across call tree and allows to aggregate data on different hierarchy levels.

  • Dynamic Instruction Mix metric in Code Analytics.

  • Call Count metric for functions in addition to Trip Counts data.

New recommendations:

  • Force scalar remainder for loops with low mask utilization on Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512).

  • Extended "Gather recommendation" with "Constant (non-unit)" pattern.

  • "Possible inefficient conflict-detection instructions present" recommendation.

  • Reporting names of serialized or scalar functions preventing vectorization.

  • "Vectorize call(s) to virtual method" recommendation.

Data reporting:

  • Joined Survey and Refinement command line report: advixe-cl -R joined

  • MKL breakdown in Summary and MKL filter in Survey report.

  • Divided read/write access in Memory Access Patterns report.

Usability improvements:

  • Toolbar was redesigned to use single Start button.

  • Ability to re-finalize Advisor Survey result in order to apply updated binary and source search paths.

  • New design for Recommendations tab with improved navigation.

  • Support for cross-OS analysis to all license types. Download installation packages for additional operating systems from the Intel® Registration Center.

  • Filter by module for Survey, FLOPS and Trip Counts collections, that helps to decrease overhead and narrow down results for big applications.

Support for new processors and operating systems:

  • Added support for Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors

  • Added support for Microsoft Visual Studio* 2017

  • Added support for Microsoft Windows Server* 2016

  • Added support for Fedora* 26

  • Added support for Ubuntu* 17.04

  • Added support for SUSE* Linux Enterprise Server* 12 SP2

  • Added support for Debian* 9

Preview features:

  • Flow Graph Analyzer for analyzing applications using Intel® TBB Flow Graph (available as a separate download).
  • Cache simulator providing cache line utilization, number of cache misses, memory loads and stores for arbitrary cache size. To enable, set the environment variable ADVIXE_EXPERIMENTAL=cachesim before launching Intel® Advisor (data re-collection may be required).
  • Python* profiling for Survey collection and preliminary support for FLOPS, TripCounts and Roofline collections.
  • Experimental support for accessing Advisor data via Python* API. See examples in the {install_dir}/pythonapi/examples directory. Please note that the API is subject to change in the future releases.

System Requirements

Supported Architectures and Terminology

Intel® Advisor supports the following architectures:

  • IA-32 Architecture refers to systems based on 32-bit processors generally compatible with the Intel® Pentium® processors (for example, Intel® Pentium® 4 processor or Intel® Xeon® processor) or processors from other manufacturers supporting the same instruction set, running a 32-bit operating system.

  • Intel® 64 Architecture refers to systems based on IA-32 architecture processors that have 64-bit architectural extensions, for example, Intel® Core™ processor family, running a 64-bit operating system. If the system is running a 32-bit operating system, then IA-32 architecture applies instead. Processors from other manufacturers supporting the same instruction set running a 64-bit operating system are also supported.

Minimum System Requirements

  • A system based on an IA-32 or Intel® 64 architecture processor supporting the Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (Intel® SSE2) instructions (Intel® Pentium 4 processor or later, or compatible non-Intel processor or Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors)

    • Since the Intel® Advisor requires specific knowledge of assembly-level instructions, its analysis may not operate correctly if code contains non-Intel instructions. In this case, run the analysis with a target executable that contains only Intel® instructions. After you finish using the Intel® Advisor, you can use the assembler or optimizing compiler options that provide the non-Intel instructions.

    • For the best experience, a multi-core or multi-processor system is recommended
  • 2GB RAM

  • 650MB free disk space for all product features and architectures

  • Supported operating systems:

    • Microsoft Windows* 7 SP1

    • Microsoft Windows Server* 2008 SP2 and 2008 R2 SP1, 32-bit or "x64" editions - embedded editions are not supported

    • Microsoft Windows 8* and 8.1* operating system

    • Microsoft Windows Server* 2012, 2012 R2 and 2016

    • Microsoft Windows 10* operating system (up to RS4)

    • Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* 6 and 7

    • CentOS* versions equivalent to Red Hat Enterprise Linux versions listed above

    • Fedora* 25, 26 and 27 (pangox-compat package should be installed)

    • SUSE* Linux Enterprise Server* 11, 12, 12 SP2, and 12 SP3

    • Debian* 7, 8 and 9

    • Ubuntu* 14.04, 16.04, 17.04, 17.10, and 18.04

  • Supported Microsoft Visual Studio (and Microsoft Visual C++* compiler) versions:

    • Microsoft Visual Studio* 2013

    • Microsoft Visual Studio* 2015

    • Microsoft Visual Studio* 2017 including Update 3

  • Supported compilers:

    • Intel® C++ Compiler 15 or higher

    • Linux: Intel® Fortran Compiler 15 or higher

    • Windows: Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler 15 or higher
    • Linux: GNU* C/C++ Compiler 3.4.6 and higher
  • Application coding requirements

    • Supported programming languages:

      • Fortran

      • C

      • C++

    • Supported threading methodologies:

      • Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB)

      • Intel® Cilk™ Plus

      • OpenMP

      • Windows* and POSIX Threads (low-level)

    • Managed application coding requirements

      • Supported programming languages:

        • C# (.NET* versions 3.0 to 4.0)

      • Supported threading methodologies

        • C# Thread Class

        • Microsoft* Task Parallel Library (TPL)

    • To view PDF documents, you need a PDF reader, such as Adobe Reader* 6 or later

      Notes:

      1. Intel® Advisor samples work with the Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) by using the environment variable TBBROOT. Intel® TBB is included with the Intel® compiler and is available from ​Intel® Threading Building Blocks. To build the Intel® TBB projects, you will need to define the TBBROOT environment variable. To set the TBBROOT environment variable, see the Intel® Advisor Help or Getting Started Tutorial.

Floating licensing service requirements

Floating licenses of 2017 or 2018 version Intel® Software Development Tools require the latest version (Intel 2.5/lmgrd 11.14.1.1) of Intel® Software License Manager for successful installation. For the latest version of Intel® Software License Manager, please go to the Intel® Registration Center (choose the right OS and platform; only users with floating license registrations have access to this link). For more details, see Installation Errors Related to Intel® Software License Manager Upgrade

To get started the with the Intel® Software License Manager, please refer to this tutorial: Intel® Software License Manager Getting Started

Installation Notes

If you are installing the product for the first time, please be sure to have the product serial number available so you can type it in during installation. A valid license is required for installation and use.

To begin installation:

On Windows, double-click on the executable file to begin installation. If several different downloadable files are available (such as for different components), please read the download web page carefully to determine which file is appropriate for you.

On Linux, perform the following steps:

  1. Uncompress the package: gunzip <package-name>.tar.gz

  2. Extract the files: tar xf <package-name>.tar

  3. Start the installation. (Note: For successful installation, you should have read and write permissions for the /tmp directory.)

  4. To install on a local system enter the following:

    cd <package-name>
    ./install.sh

    Note: If you want to install the software for use by any user, you must do this as the root user. To install to a network-mounted drive or shared file system for multiple users, become the root user then enter:

    cd <package-name>
    ./install.sh --SHARED_INSTALL
  5. Follow the prompts to complete the installation and activation of the software.

Silent Installation (Windows)

To learn details of silent non-interactive installation on Windows* systems, refer to Using Silent Non-interactive Installation on Windows* OS Systems.

Activation

You must activate the product to finish installation. Use one of these methods:

  • Activation using serial number. Internet connection is required;

  • Remote activation using serial number. Used when your computer is not connected to the internet.

    You can use another computer with internet access;

  • Activation using license file;

  • Activation using license server.

You can also evaluate the product for 31 days.

Intel® Software Manager

Intel® Software Manager is a utility that allows users to:

  • Download and install updates for your Intel® Software Development Products.

  • Manage subscription status of installed software.

  • Activate serial numbers.

  • Find out about the latest news for Intel® Software Development Products.

  • Intel® Software Manager requires an Internet connection to connect to a remote server for information and updates.

Intel® Software Manager installs with Intel® Software Development Products on Windows*, Linux* and macOS* operating systems.

To obtain more information about the Intel® Software Manager, please refer to the Intel® Software Manager 1.0 User Guide web-page.

Default Installation Folders

On Windows*, the default top-level installation folder for this product is C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools\Advisor 2018. If you are installing on a system with a non-English language version of Windows OS, the name of the Program Files (x86) folder may be different. On IA-32 architecture systems, the folder name is Program Files.

This product installs into an arrangement of folders as shown below. Not all folders will be present in a given installation.

  • C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools\Advisor 2018

    • bin32

    • bin64

    • config

    • documentation

    • include

    • lib32

    • lib64

    • message

    • resource

    • samples

On Linux, the default path is /opt/intel/advisor_2018. A different top-level folder name can be chosen during a custom installation.

Setting Up Your Command Line Environment (Linux only)

Before you can use the Intel® Advisor advixe-cl and advixe-gui commands or display the advixe-cl man page, you must first set up your command line environment. Source the provided shell script advixe-vars.sh (if you are using csh, source advixe-vars.csh ):

  1. Locate the directory where the advixe-vars.sh script file was installed. If you accepted the default location when installing the Intel® Advisor, the location is /opt/intel/advisor_2018.

  2. Open a command window and type the following source command to execute the script file: source /opt/intel/advisor_2018/advixe-vars.sh

The script file displays the product name and the build number. You can now use the advixe-cl and advixe-gui commands as well as display the advixe-cl man page.

NOTE: To build the Intel® Advisor sample applications, you need to first define the ADVISOR_2018_DIR environment variable. Running the advixe-vars.sh script will do this automatically. This variable can also be set manually. For example, if you used the default path during installation, type:

export ADVISOR_2018_DIR=/opt/intel/advisor_2018

Changing, Repairing and Removing the Product

On Windows, if you want to modify, repair, or remove the Intel® Advisor components, open the Control Panel and select the Add or Remove Programs applet (or Programs and Features in the Microsoft Windows 7 OS), select Intel Advisor 2018 and click Change/Remove (or Uninstall/Change in the Microsoft Windows 7 OS). Follow the installation instructions. You may need the original installation files to complete this process. If you do not have the extracted files, you can use the original installer executable to complete this process as well.

On Linux, to remove the product, execute the following commands:

Note : Replace /opt/intel with the chosen install folder name if the default folder was not used.

  1. cd /opt/intel/advisor_2018

  2. uninstall.sh (as a root user or the same user who performed the install)

Known Installation and Configuration Issues (Windows only)

  • Please close Microsoft Visual Studio* sessions before installing, modifying, or removing the Intel® Advisor. Not doing so will affect Visual Studio integration and may result in obscure error messages.

    If you encounter problems viewing the Intel® Parallel Studio XE (local) help: click Help > Manage Help Settings > Settings, and check I want to use local help. These set-up steps are needed only once.

Known Issues and Limitations

This section lists known product limitations classified per host operating system:

Common Limitations

  • The Suitability tool cannot accurately measure and analyze the behavior of loops with very small task times (on the order of sub-microseconds) if those tasks are annotated with the TASK_BEGIN/TASK_END annotations. If possible, use the ITERATION_TASK annotation instead.

  • The Suitability Report combines all lock data into a single lock and may not have source line information for LOCK_ACQUIRE and LOCK_RELEASE annotations.

  • If your sources include huge source files that contain annotations, be aware that only the first 8 MB of each file will be parsed for annotations. If not all of your annotations are being parsed in such huge source files, consider breaking that source file into several source files each less than 8MB.

  • The Survey Report may incorrectly report loops if a function contains calls to a non-returning function such as the exit() function.

  • Loops within a function that does not contain debug information may not be reported as a loop in the Survey Report. For the suggested build settings, see the help topics under Choosing and Building a Target > Build Settings for C/C++ Applications or Build Settings for Fortran Applications. After you fix the build settings to specify debug information, rebuild the target and run Survey analysis again.

  • After analyzing the specified target executable, the Survey tool may report that no significant hotspot areas were detected. In this case, view the collected result using the Survey Report window. The suggested build settings are described in the help topics under Choosing and Building a Target > Build Settings for C/C++ Applications or Build Settings for Fortran Applications.

  • If debug information correlating an instruction to source code is not available to an Intel® Advisor tool, the tool cannot correlate collected data with source code. In this case it will show an empty field, question mark, or broken icon. Source correlation may not be available for many different reasons, including:

    1. Omitting debug information options when building the target executable - see the help topics under Choosing and Building a Target > Build Settings for C/C++ Applications or Build Settings for Fortran Applications.

    2. A compiler error.

    3. The compiler not generating debug information for this specific source line.

    4. The compiler not generating debug information for this specific source file.

    5. The linker not copying the debug information into the debug information database.

    6. The debug information database not being found by the finalization step in the Intel® Advisor, because it was not moved along with the executable to the location where the Intel® Advisor is being run.

    7. When using the Intel® Advisor GUI, insufficient project properties were specified for the Binary/Symbol Search tab. In this case, see the help topic Specifying Project Properties Using the Intel® Advisor GUI.

Windows* OS Host Limitations

  • Intel® Advisor integrates into Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 only using the official Intel Advisor installation. Any other ways like advixe-vsreg.exe tool or manual launching .vsix package will not work.
  • Do not close the Intel® Advisor GUI or Microsoft Visual Studio* software while expanding the Survey tree. Doing so may cause the product to crash or hang.

  • Intel® Advisor may present incorrect or incomplete information if local character sets are used. For general character set support, use Unicode.

  • On Windows Server 2012 systems, if you have problems viewing Microsoft Visual Studio* 2012 help pages, check the settings for Internet Explorer in Tools > Internet Options > Security. To allow correct display of help, in the Internet zone enable MIME Sniffing and Active scripting.

  • On Windows Server 2012 systems, if you find that you cannot display Getting Started Tutorials from within Internet Explorer 10, correcting a security setting for Microsoft Internet Explorer usually corrects the problem. From Tools > Internet Options > Security , add "about:internet" to the list of trusted sites. Optionally, you can remove "about:internet" from the list of trusted sites after you are finished viewing the documentation.

  • Intel® Advisor may display a message that the "Project is out of date" before running the data collectors. You do not need to rebuild the project prior to running the collector if you know that the project is up-to-date.

  • When opening the Intel® Advisor samples, Microsoft Visual Studio* software will display a warning message related to Intel® Cilk Plus projects or list them as unsupported when the Intel® C++ Compiler is not installed. This message may be ignored. However, Intel® Cilk Plus projects will not compile without an Intel® C++ Compiler with Intel® Cilk Plus support, such as the Intel® Parallel Studio XE (or similar Intel® software suite).

  • In the Correctness Report, the following sequence of actions may cause the Intel® Advisor and Microsoft Visual Studio* software to crash: select the "Not fixed" State filter category in the Filter pane, mark the last remaining "Not fixed" problem as fixed in the Observation pane, and then remove the "Not fixed" filter by clicking the All button in the State filter or clicking the Deselect all search criteria button. To workaround this issue do one of the following:

    1. Avoid marking the last remaining problem as "Fixed" in the Observation pane while the "Not fixed" filter is applied.

    2. Avoid removing the "Not fixed" filter if all of the problems have been marked as "Fixed".

  • Virus checking can sometimes interfere with our ability to instrument code. The following error indicates the virus checker has modified ntdll.dll, which will cause our collections to fail. Currently there is no workaround, except turning off the virus checker. This issue will be resolved in the next product update.

    Collection failed
    8/23/2017 1:26:10 PM Collection failed. The data cannot be displayed.
    [Instrumentation Engine]: SYSCALL_INSPECTOR: The NTDLL!NtTerminateThread function jumps out of NTDLL, at 0x7ffeb0fe00c4. It may be hooked by a PIN-incompatible software installed on the system Source\pin\base_w\ipc_server_windows.cpp: LEVEL_BASE::StartServer: 2216: assertion failed: res == TRUE

Linux* OS Limitations

  • Intel® Advisor 2018 Gold Update 3 cannot run Memory Access Patterns collection on Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* 7.5.
  • When the Intel® Advisor GUI is launched from a Linux OS desktop GUI (such as the KDE* or GNOME* GUI) the output of the non-GUI target application being analyzed will not be displayed. To avoid this, launch the Intel® Advisor GUI from a command shell with the advixe-gui command instead of the desktop GUI, or redirect the non-GUI application output to the Intel® Advisor output window by choosing File > Options > Application output destination > Application output window.

  • If you encounter problems searching the Intel® Advisor help using a certain web browser, consider using a newer version of that browser or use a different web browser as your default browser.

  • Intel® Advisor may detect which timer source to use incorrectly on extreme desktop SNB-E (e.g. Intel® Core i7-3960X) processors. In Survey and Suitability collections the following message may be displayed in the command line or Debug Window:

    Warning: Cannot load data file `/tmp/linux/openmp_triad/r007hs/data.0/25448-25455.0.trace' (Data file is corrupted).

    To work around the problem, collect results from the command line using "-run-pass-thru" option: advixe-cl -collect survey -run-pass-thru=-timestamp=sys -- <application>

  • Running Intel® Advisor in the linux console in background mode (./advixe-gui &) and profiling an application that uses input from the console (stdin) cause a product stop by linux OS that looks like product hang. Do not use background mode OR run your application with input from a file.

  • Do not use background mode OR run your application with input from file specified in application arguments (app < input.txt)

  • Opening links to HTML files, such as help or recommendations, is not guaranteed if the xdm-utils package is not installed. Possible solutions are:

    • Install the xdm-utils package.

    • Use the default terminal program for KDE or Gnome desktop environments.

  • Security-enhanced Linux* settings (SELinux) are currently not supported by the Intel® Advisor and need to be either disabled or set to permissive for a successful tool suite installation. This product supports only "Permissive" mode. To run the product successfully you may either disable SELinux by - setting the line "SELINUX=disabled" in your /etc/sysconfig/selinux file - adding "selinux=0" kernel argument in lilo.conf or grub.conf files or make a SELinux mode adjustment by - setting the line "SELINUX=permissive" in your /etc/sysconfig/selinux file or ask your system administrator to make a SELinux mode adjustment. You may need to reboot your system after changing the system parameters. More information about SELinux can be found at Security-Enhanced Linux.

  • When using certain HTML browsers to view the Intel® Advisor documentation, if the Contents tab width appears truncated and hides some of the topic titles:

    • Click the Index (or Search) button

    • Click the Contents button

  • The Intel® Software Manager feature that enables automatic product updates requires Java* software version 1.6 or higher.

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The following are licenses for third party software that was used to develop the Intel® Advisor for Linux* and Windows* OS. These licenses are listed due to attribution requirements in these license agreements. For the avoidance of doubt, the Intel Advisor is solely governed by the terms and conditions of the End User License Agreement for Intel® Software Development Product that accompanies the Intel Advisor.

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