Invoke Intel® Trace Analyzer through the command line:
$ traceanalyzer &
Optionally, specify one or more trace files as arguments. For example:
$ traceanalyzer ./poisson_icomm.single.stf &
The example above opens the trace file
in Intel Trace Analyzer. To open trace files in the Intel Trace Analyzer without restarting it, select
File > Open
Optionally, specify one or more trace files as arguments.
To open trace files in the Intel Trace Analyzer without restarting it, select
File > Open
For proper functioning of Intel Trace Analyzer, ensure that files do not get modified while they are opened in Intel Trace Analyzer.
Intel Trace Analyzer provides a command line interface (CLI) in all environments.
Pre-calculate trace caches for new trace files from batch files without invoking the graphical user interface. Use it for very big trace files.
Automate profiling data production for several trace files without further interaction.
For every opened trace file, Intel Trace Analyzer creates a trace cache. It is stored in the same directory as the trace file and has the same file name adding the
suffix. If Intel Trace Analyzer cannot create a cache file in the default directory, it can create it in the system temporary directory.