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Separate Data Collection Using collect.py

This script does not support MPI applications.
By default,
collect.py
launches Survey, Trip Counts and FLOP, and Dependencies profiling steps one by one. It performs a smart region selection and applies the analyses selectively to the regions of interest. To run the script, you can use the following command:
advixe-python <APM>/collect.py <project-dir> [--options] -- <target> [target-options]
where
<APM>
is the
Offload Advisor
environment variable that points to script directory. Replace it with
$APM
on Linux* OS or
%APM%
on Windows* OS.
For details about markup rules, refer to Troubleshooting Code Region Is Not Marked Up.
To disable dependencies collection, for example, to decrease collection overhead, you can use the following command:
advixe-python <APM>/collect.py <project-dir> -–collect basic [--options] -- <target> [target-options]
Once you have run collect.py, continue to run performance modeling with analyze.py. For steps, see Run Performance Modeling.

Product and Performance Information

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