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  • 11/10/2017
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By default, the Flat Profile summarizes all major groups of functions and presents statistics over the processes. The exact contents of these groups depend on the group definitions stored in the trace file or you can define them by yourself. In the file
, these are only MPI and Application groups.
Do This:
To Do This:
Right-click on
Group MPI
and select
Ungroup MPI
from the context menu
See the distribution of execution time over the individual MPI routines. For example, see the Ungrouped MPI image.
Right-click on the child of
Group MPI
and select
Regroup MPI
from the context menu.
Or go to Function Aggregation (
Advanced > Function Aggregation
, or the toolbar button) and select Major Function Groups
Regroup the children of MPI
Select the
Children of Group All_Processes
entry from the combo box at the top of the tab. See the Selecting Profiles per Process image.
View the data for the children of each process. The result looks similar to the Showing Children of All_Processes image.
Press the arrows at the side of each process in the
Children of Group All_Processes
Expand and collapse the processes of interest
Ungrouped MPI:
Intel® Trace Analyzer
Selecting Profiles per Process:
Intel® Trace Analyzer
Showing Children of All_Processes:
Intel® Trace Analyzer
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