- Fullmode is used to perform the finalization on unchanged sampling data on the target system. This mode takes the most time and resources to complete, but produces the most accurate results.
- Fast(default) mode is used to perform the finalization on the target system using algorithmically reduced sampling data. This greatly reduces the finalization time with a negligible impact on accuracy in most cases.
- Deferredmode is used to collect the sampling data and calculate the binary checksums to perform the finalization on another machine. After data collection completes, you can finalize and open the analysis result on the host system. This mode may be useful for profiling applications on targets with limited computational resources, such as IoT devices, and finalizing the result later on the host machine.
- Noneoption is used to skip finalization entirely and to not calculate the binary checksums. You can also finalize this result later, however, you may encounter certain limitations. For example, if the binaries on the target system have changed or have become unavailable since the sampling data collection, binary resolution may produce an inaccurate or missing result for the affected binary.
Modify the Finalization Mode
- Click theConfigure Analysisbutton.
- From theWHEREpane, click theBrowsebutton, choose a target system and specify required details.
- From theWHATpane, click theBrowseto choose an appropriate target type.
- Expand theAdvancedsection on theWHATpane and scroll down to select the required finalization mode, for example:Deferred to use another system.
- update symbol information after changes in the search directories settings
- Click the menu button and selectOpen > Result....TheSelect Resultdialog box opens.
- Navigate to the required result*.file you want to re-finalize and clickvtuneOK.The selected result opens in the default viewpoint.
- Click theAnalysis Configurationtab.
- Click theRe-resolvebutton on the command bar.