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report-output

Write a generated report to a file.

Syntax

-report-output
<pathname>
Arguments
Argument
Description
<
dir
>
Name of the directory if you are writing multiple report files
<
pathname
>
Directory, filename and extension of a single report file.
Default
The report is written to stdout.
Actions Modified
Description
Use the
report-output
action-option to write a report to a file.
  • If the filename includes a file extension, it is used unchanged.
  • If the file extension is not included in the filename, the value specified for the
    format
    option is used (.txt for text or .csv for csv).
If you specify a .csv file, use the csv-delimiter option to specify which delimiter you want to use in the report.
This example generates a wait-time report for the
r001tr
Threading analysis result and saves it in the
/home/text/report.txt
file.


    
vtune -report wait-time -r r001tr -format text -report-output /home/test/report.txt
This example creates a hotspots report from the most recent hotspot result and saves it as a .csv file with tab delimiters.


    
vtune -R hotspots -report-output MyReport.csv -format csv -csv-delimiter tab

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