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snapshot

Create a read-only result snapshot you can view any time.

Syntax

--snapshot
[--action-options] [--global-options] [[--] target [target options]]
Default
Save the current analysis result.
Usage
Intel Advisor
stores only the most recent analysis result. Visually comparing one or more snapshots to each other or to the most recent analysis result can be an effective way to judge performance improvement progress.
Create a new snapshot in the project directory. Name it
snapshotXXX
(default name).
advixe-cl --snapshot --project-dir=./advi --no-pack
Create a new snapshot in the project directory. Name it
new_snapshot
.
advixe-cl --snapshot --project-dir=./advi --no-pack -- new_snapshot
Create a new snapshot. Pack it into an archive. Put it in the current directory. Name it
snapshotXXX.advixeexpz
(default name).
advixe-cl --snapshot --project-dir=./advi --pack
Create a new snapshot. Include sources and binaries. Pack it into an archive. Name it
/tmp/new_snapshot.advixeexpz
.
advixe-cl --snapshot --project-dir=./advi --pack --cache-sources --cache-binaries -- /tmp/new_snapshot

Product and Performance Information

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