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sort-asc

Sort data in ascending order by the specified column name.

Syntax

-sort-asc
<string>
-s
<string>
Arguments
Argument
Description
<
string
>
Column name that corresponds to a performance metric or event name. Multiple values are possible.
Actions Modified
Description
Use the
sort-asc
option with the
report
action to sort data by the specified column name in ascending order. Each column name corresponds to a performance metric or event.
You can specify multiple values as a comma-separated string (no spaces).
Alternate Options
Opposite:
sort-desc
This example sorts the data collected in the
r001ue
result and displayed in the Hardware Events report in the ascending order by the INST_RETIRED.ANY and CPU_CLK_UNHALTED.CORE event columns.


    
vtune -r r001ge -report hw-events -sort-asc=INST_RETIRED.ANY,CPU_CLK_UNHALTED.CORE

Product and Performance Information

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