User Guide

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  • 10/21/2020
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app-working-dir

Specify the directory where the application will be run.

Syntax

-app-working-dir
<PATH>
Arguments
A string containing the PATH/name for the
application.
Default
Defaults to the current working directory.
Actions Modified
Description
Use the
app-working-dir
action-option when performing a
collect
or
collect-with
action to run the application in a directory other than the current working directory during profiling. The process uses the specified directory to run the application, then returns to the current working directory. This option is especially useful when the application and data files are stored in different locations.
Run a memory error analysis that answers the question
Does my target have memory access problems?
. The collection process changes to
J:\myAppDirectory
to run the
myApp
application, uses source files found in the directory specified by the
search-dir
option to finalize the result, writes the result in the default result directory, and then returns to the current working directory to create the
inspxe-cl.txt
Summary report file.
$ inspxe-cl -collect mi2 -app-working-dir J:\myAppDirectory -search-dir src:=.\mySources -- myApp

Product and Performance Information

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