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  • 10/21/2020
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executable-of-interest

Specify which executable to analyze.

Syntax

-executable-of-interest
<executable-name>
Arguments
executable-name
Name of executable to analyze for errors.
Default
Data is collected on the specified target and all its child processes.
Actions Modified
Description
Use the
executable-of-interest
action-option to specify an executable for the
collect
action. This is useful when the target, for example a script, launches additional executables and you only want to run the analysis on a particular executable (child application).
Multiple processes cannot be analyzed in a single analysis run.
This command runs a leak detection analysis. The target
startApp
is run, but data collection does not begin until
startApp
launches the child application
myCounter
. Only leaks detected in the
myCounter
process are saved in the analysis result.
$ inspxe-cl -collect mi1 -executable-of-interest myCounter -- startApp

Product and Performance Information

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