User Guide

  • 2020.3
  • 07/10/2020
  • Public Content
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Marker is an instant event on a timeline that can be associated with a particular process, a thread, or specified in a global scope.
To create a marker, use the following primitive:
void __itt_marker(const __itt_domain *domain, __itt_id id, __itt_string_handle *name, __itt_scope scope)
Parameters of the primitive:
[in]
domain
Marker domain
[in]
name
Marker name
[in]
id
Optional parameter. Marker ID, or
__itt_null
NOTE
Markers with different domains cannot have same IDs.
[in]
scope
Marker scope: process, thread, and global

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