executes an application, identifies issues that may need handling, and collects those issues in a result.
: A reported error that is not an error.
: A process during which the
uses debug information from binary files to convert symbol information into filenames and line numbers, performs duplicate elimination (if requested), and forms problem sets.
: One or more occurrences of a detected issue, such as an uninitialized memory access. Multiple occurrences have the same call stack but a different thread or timestamp. You can view information for a problem as well as for each occurrence.
: A breakpoint that halts execution when a memory or threading analysis detects a problem.
In a Linux* debugger, a problem breakpoint is indicated by display of source line information, a unique problem breakpoint ID, and a short problem description.
: A group of problems with a common problem type and a shared code location that might share a common solution, such as a problem set resulting from deallocating an object too early during application execution. You can view problem sets only after analysis is complete.
: A compiled application; a collection of configurable attributes, including suppression rules and search directories; and a container for analysis results.
: A collection of issues that may need handling.
productivity enhancement feature you can use to not collect result data that matches a rule you define.