User and Reference Guide

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  • 03/26/2021
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Advanced Aggregation

The advanced aggregation function is based on process aggregation and allows lightening the Event Timeline chart for big traces above 1K processes. By default, the function is automatically enabled for traces with above 768 processes, but you can change this threshold using the Edit Configuration Dialog Box.
Advanced Aggregation Settings in the Edit Configuration Dialog:
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When you enable this function, all processes are divided into a set of serial groups. Each group has certain count of processes (except for the last one) and corresponds to a single vertical frame on the
Event Timeline
chart. The default frame size is 512 displayed processes. You can change this value in the Edit Configuration Dialog Box. These processes groups are called
All_Processes_(Visible_
N1
-
N2
)
  1. N1
    is the start of displayed range of processes in the group
  2. N2
    is the end of the range
For example, the first advanced aggregation group is called
All_Processes
by default
(Visible_0-4)
.
The advanced aggregation groups contain hidden (non-visible separately) processes as two additionally aggregated groups:
  1. aggregated_above
  2. aggregated_below
They are displayed on the top and on the bottom of a frame respectively.
Bottom of the First Advanced Aggregation Frame:
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Top of the Next Advanced Aggregation Frame:
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A vertical scrollbar of
Event Timeline
chart enables you to scroll among all advanced aggregation frames.
When a jump to the next frame happens, Intel Trace Analyzer loads the corresponding process group. The chart may be not available in a short period.

Product and Performance Information

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Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at www.Intel.com/PerformanceIndex.