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csv-delimiter

Specify the delimiter for a tabular report.

Syntax

-csv-delimiter
=<delimiter>
Arguments
<
delimiter
>
A character, keyword or string of characters to use as a delimiter when generating a tabular (CSV) report. Any character string may be used as a delimiter, but the most common values are one of these keywords:
comma
|
tab
|
semicolon
|
colon
Default
comma
Actions Modified
The
report
action, used with the
format csv
action-option. To write the report to a file, also use the
report-output
option.
Description
Use this option to specify a delimiter when using
-format csv
to generate a report in CSV format.
Generate a tabular hotspots report from the most recent result, using comma delimiters, and save the report as
MyReport.csv
in the current working directory.
vtune
-R hotspots -format csv -csv-delimiter comma -report-output MyReport.csv
Sample output:
Module,Process,CPU Time
worker3.so,main,10.735
worker1.so,main,5.525
worker2.so,main,3.612
worker5.so,main,3.103
worker4.so,main,1.679
main,main,0.064

Product and Performance Information

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