User Guide

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  • 09/09/2020
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report

Generate a report from result data collected during a previous analysis.

Syntax

-report
<value>
-R
<value>
Both short names and long names are case-sensitive. For example,
-R
is the short name of the
report
action, and
-r
is the short name of the
result-dir
action-option.
Arguments
summary
Brief statement of the total number of new problems found and a breakdown by problem type. After each
collect
or
collect-with
action, a Summary report is generated by default, written to a text file in the current working directory, and sent to
stdout
.
problems
Detailed report of detected problem sets in the result, including their location in the source code.
observations
Detailed report of all code locations used to form new problem sets.
status
Brief statement of the total number of detected problems, the number that are
Not investigated
, and the breakdown by category.
Default
By default, a Summary report is automatically generated after running a
collect
or
collect-with
action, and then sent to
stdout
and to a file named
inspxe.xml
.
Description
Use the
report
action to generate the specified type of report from an analysis result.
By default, a report is written to standard output in text format, but the
inspxe-cl
tool provides a number of options you can use when generating a report.
  • To save a report to a file, use the report-output option.
  • Use the
    format
    option to choose a report format: Text, CSV, or XML. If you choose the CSV format and want to use a delimiter other than the default comma, use the csv-delimiter option to specify the delimiter.
  • To sort and filter report content, use the
    sort-asc
    ,
    sort-desc
    and
    filter
    options.
Generate a problems report of all detected problems in the specified result
r001ti
and display it to
stdout
.
$ inspxe-cl -report problems -result-dir r001ti
Generate a status report for the most recent result and save it as
myThreadingStatus.txt
text format in the current working directory.
$ inspxe-cl -R status -report-output myThreadingStatus.txt
Status report output:
181 problem(s) found 15 Investigated 166 Not investigated Breakdown by state: 13 Confirmed 2 Fixed 166 New
Compare two
t1
Detect Deadlocks results and generate a summary report that shows the differences.
$ inspxe-cl -R summary -r myRes000ti -r myRes001t1

Product and Performance Information

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