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  • 11/10/2017
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Summary page provides you with summary information on the time your application spent in MPI.
To access the Summary page, go to
View > Summary Page
, or click the toolbar button.
If you do not want the Summary page to appear each time you open a new trace file in the Intel® Trace Analyzer, uncheck the
Show Summary Page when opening a tracefile
check box on the Summary Page or in
Options > Preferences > Tracefile Preferences
Intel® Trace Analyzer Summary Page
Use the Summary page to get the following information:
Open the standard Intel® Trace Analyzer View
Get the ratio of MPI calls and OpenMP* regions to the rest of your code in the application
Top MPI functions
See the most active MPI functions from total MPI in your application
Where to start with analysis
Find advice on where to start analysis of communications in the MPI-bound application and where to optimize the application's performance on the node level
Get a command line for analyzing the most CPU-bound process with Intel® VTune™ Amplifier or Intel® Advisor
Show Summary Page when opening a tracefile
Get the Summary Page for each new tracefile that you open
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