User Guide

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  • 09/09/2020
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Intel Inspector
Filenames and Locations

User-controlled Filenames and Locations

File Type
Default Name
Default Location
Project (
.inspxeproj
)
config.inspxeproj
  • \My Inspector Results-[project name]\
    directory in the solution directory (Visual Studio* IDE)
  • \Inspector\Projects\[project directory]\
    directory in the
    %HOME%\My Documents
    or
    %HOME%\Documents\
    directory (Standalone GUI)
The filename is system controlled; however, the file location is user controlled. The default location is
  • \My Inspector Results-[project name]\
    directory in the solution directory (Visual Studio* IDE)
  • \Inspector\Projects\[project directory]\
    directory in the
    %HOME%\My Documents
    or
    %HOME%\Documents\
    directory (Standalone GUI)
Result (
*.inspxe
)
produced with preset analysis type
r@@@{at}
, where:
  • r
    = constant
  • @@@
    = next available number
  • {at}
    = preset analysis type identifier
  • \My Inspector Results-[project name]\r@@@{at}\
    directory in the solution directory (Visual Studio* IDE)
  • \Inspector\Projects\[project directory]\r@@@{at}\
    directory in the
    %HOME%\My Documents
    or
    %HOME%\Documents\
    directory (Standalone GUI)
Result (
*.inspxe
) produced with custom analysis type
r@@@{at}
, where:
  • r
    = constant
  • @@@
    = next available number
  • {at}
    = user-controlled analysis type identifier
  • \My Inspector Results-[project name]\r@@@\
    directory in the solution directory (Visual Studio* IDE)
  • \Inspector\Projects\[project directory]\r@@@\
    directory in the
    %HOME%\My Documents
    or
    %HOME%\Documents\
    directory (Standalone GUI)
Suppression (
*.sup
)
default.sup
  • \My Inspector Results-[project name]\suppressions\
    directory in the solution directory (Visual Studio* IDE)
  • \Inspector\Projects\[project directory]\suppressions\
    directory in the
    %HOME%\My Documents
    or
    %HOME%\Documents\
    directory (Standalone GUI)
Result archive (
*.inspxez
)
[result_name].inspxez
  • \My Inspector Results-[project name]\
    directory in the solution directory (Visual Studio* IDE)
  • \Inspector\Projects\[project directory]\
    directory in the
    %HOME%\My Documents
    or
    %HOME%\Documents\
    directory (Standalone GUI)
Examples
If you use the default result name template and location, run a threading error analysis using a medium-scope analysis type, and then run a memory error analysis using the narrowest-scope analysis type, the
Intel® Inspector
names and saves the results in the following manner:
  • Visual Studio* IDE:
    • \My Inspector Results-[project name]\r000ti2\r000ti2.inspxe
    • \My Inspector Results-[project name]\r001mi1\r001mi1.inspxe
  • Standalone
    Intel® Inspector
    GUI:
    • \Inspector\Projects\[project directory]\r000ti2\r000ti2.inspxe
    • \Inspector\Projects\[project directory]\r001mi1\r001mi1.inspxe
where
  • ti2
    = threading analysis type with medium scope
  • mi1
    = memory analysis type with narrowest scope

Other Filenames and Locations

File Type
Filename
File Location
Preset analysis type
(.cfg)
  • mi1.cfg
  • mi2.cfg
  • mi3.cfg
  • ti1.cfg
  • ti2.cfg
  • ti3.cfg
\config\analysis_type
in the product installation directory
The default installation path is below
C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools\
(on certain systems, the directory is
Program Files
).
For
Intel® oneAPI HPC Toolkit
or
Intel® oneAPI IoT Toolkit
installations on Windows*, the default installation path is below
C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\oneAPI\
.
Custom analysis type (
.cfg
)
[Command-line name].cfg
%HOME%\AppData\Intel\Inspector\analysis_type\
or
%HOME%\Application Data\Intel\Inspector\analysis_type\
directory

Product and Performance Information

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