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Process editing field
Type in the numbers of processes you want to analyze with Intel VTune Amplifier/Intel Advisor. You can select single processes separated by comma, or a range of processes separated by a minus sign. For example, to analyze processes 0, 2, 5, 6 and 7 you can type:
For full description of the syntax for
-gtool, see the Intel® MPI Library documentation.
Resulting command line field
Contains the resulting command line, which you can modify according to your needs and use for analyzing the specified processes.
For details on the options you can use, see the Intel VTune Amplifier/Intel Advisor documentation.
When editing this field, the process editing field is unavailable.
If your trace file does not contain the original command line, you will see only an example command line.
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