User Guide

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  • 09/09/2020
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Suppression Rule Reach in the GUI

When you define a suppression rule using the
Intel Inspector
Create Suppression
dialog box, the
Intel Inspector
marks all result data on the
Summary
window that is
potentially
impacted by the rule. For example:
Suppressions range-Example 1
Example 1
Suppress
Problem 1
by creating a suppression rule based on
Code Location 1
.
Intel Inspector
responds by marking anything that touches
Problem 1
:
  • Code Location 1
  • Code Location 2
  • Problem Set 1
Suppressions range: Example 2
Example 2
Suppress
Problem 1
by creating a suppression rule based on
Code Location 2
.
Code Location 2
is also part of
Problem 2
.
Intel Inspector
responds by marking anything that touches both
Problem 1
and
Problem 2
:
  • Code Location 1
  • Code Location 2
  • Code Location 3
  • Problem Set 1

Product and Performance Information

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