• 2019 Update 3
  • 03/07/2019
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Before tracing your applications, set up the environment variables for compilers, Intel® MPI Library, and Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector. This can be done by sourcing/running a single file that sets the variables for all products at once.
Linux* OS:
Source the
psxevars.[c]sh
script available at
<install_dir>/parallel_studio_xe_<version>.x.xxx/bin
, where the default
<install_dir>
is
opt/intel
:
$ source psxevars.sh
Windows* OS:
Set up the environment by running the compiler command prompt. Go to
Start > Apps > Intel Parallel Studio XE
version
and select the batch file appropriate for your architecture and Visual Studio* version.
Alternatively, run the
psxevars.bat
script available at
<install_dir>\parallel_studio_xe_<version>.x.xxx\bin
. By default,
<install_dir>
is:
C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools
.
After setting up the environment, you are ready to trace your applications. See the instructions below:

Product and Performance Information

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