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Selecting Filter Criteria

After analysis is complete, you can filter (temporarily limit) the items in the
Intel Inspector
Problems
pane to focus on those issues that require your attention.
Select Filter Criteria
  1. In the
    Filters
    pane, click a filter criterion in a category.
  2. If appropriate, click a criterion in another category. Repeat until you identify all appropriate criteria.
Outcome: The
Intel Inspector
limits data accordingly in:
  • The categories in the
    Filters
    pane
  • The
    Problems
    pane
Filters are persistent within a result, including when you reopen the result later.
Example
The following example:
  • Identifies a filtering objective and describes the steps necessary to accomplish it.
  • Shows simulations of
    Filters
    panes.
  • Refers to associated
    Problems
    panes but does not show them.
Objective
Filters Pane Simulations
Display only those problem sets containing problems that match these criteria:
  • Severity=Error
  • Description=Deadlock
  • Source=a.cpp
Process
Starting point: The simulation (shown at right) of a
Filters
pane on the
Summary
window.
This simulation shows only some of the possible categories you can use as filter criteria.
Notice the number of problem sets containing problems with a
Severity
of
Error
: 16.
In the
Severity
category, click
Error.
Severity
Error
16 items
Warning
4 items
Remark
5 items
Type
Deadlock
4 items
Data race
12 items
Potential deadlock
4 items
Thread information
5 items
Source
a.cpp
15 items
b.c
4 items
c.cpp
6 items
Intel Inspector
limits the data displayed in both the
Filters
pane (simulated at right) and the
Problems
pane (not shown here) to only problem sets containing problems that match the
Severity=Error
criterion.
Notice:
  • The only displayed criterion in the
    Severity
    category is
    Error
    .
  • The
    Severity
    category header changes color and now contains an
    All
    button (to deselect the
    Error
    criterion).
  • The criteria and/or item counts in other categories are decreased.
In the
Type
category, click
Deadlock.
Severity
All
Error
16 items
Type
Deadlock
4 items
Data race
12 items
Source
a.cpp
6 items
b.c
4 items
c.cpp
6 items
Intel Inspector
limits the data displayed in the
Filters
pane (simulated at right) and the associated
Problems
pane (not shown here) to only problem sets containing problems that match the
Severity=Error
and
Type=Deadlock
criteria.
In the
Source
category, click
a.cpp.
Severity
All
Error
4 items
Type
All
Deadlock
4 items
Source
a.cpp
2 items
c.cpp
2 items
Intel Inspector
limits the data displayed in the
Filters
pane (simulated at right) and the associated
Problems
pane (not shown here) to only problem sets containing problems that match the
Severity=Error
and
Type=Deadlock
and
Source=a.cpp
criteria.
Severity
All
Error
2 items
Type
All
Deadlock
2 items
Source
All
a.cpp
2 items

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