User Guide

  • 2020
  • 06/18/2020
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command

Issue a command to a running collect action.

Syntax

-command
=<value>
Arguments
<value>
Description
mark
Place time-stamped mark in the data that can be referenced during analysis.
pause
Temporarily suspend the collection process. Use
-command resume
when you are ready to continue collection.
resume
Continue collection on a paused collection process.
status
Print collection status.
stop
Terminate a running collection process. Alternatively, use
ctrl + c
.
Description
This option performs one of the following actions on a running
collect
action:
pause
,
resume
,
stop
,
status
, or
mark
. Use with
result-dir
to specify the result directory for the running analysis.
This example terminates the
collect
process in the default directory.
vtune
-command stop
Run an unlimited duration
collect
process, which runs until stopped.
vtune
-collect hotspots -knob sampling-mode=hw -duration unlimited -r ./results/r002hs
In another window, use
-command stop
to terminate the process running in the result directory
results/r002hs
, specified by the
-r
option (shortname of
result-dir
).
vtune
-command stop -r ./results/r002hs

Product and Performance Information

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