• 9.1
  • 07/08/2015
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Generate a Trace File

To check how the configuration file influences the trace collection process, run four processes of the
sample code with the following configuration file:
  1. Create a new configuration file.
  2. Type in the following parameters:
  3. Save the configuration file, for example,
  4. Set the
    environment variable to the directory that contains the configuration file:
  5. Run the application.
    Linux* OS:
    $ mpirun -trace -n 4 ./poisson
    Windows* OS:
    > mpiexec -n 4 poisson.exe
To check the results, do the following:
Check your work:
  1. Open the resulting trace file in Intel® Trace Analyzer.
  2. In the Function Profile, right-click
    Group MPI
    and select
    Ungroup Group MPI
    from the context menu.
  3. Go to the
    Load Balance
    tab of the Function Profile to see how the function is distributed among the four processes.
  4. Go to
    Charts > Event Timeline
    to see the activities in each of the four processes individually.
The result looks like:
You can see that the trace data was collected only for the function.
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