User Guide

  • 2020
  • 06/18/2020
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Report Problems from Command Line

If the product crashes, you can use the
amplxe-feedback
command tool to package relevant information and send a report to the Intel Customer Support Team.
Basic Crash Report Process
  1. Create a bug report package using the
    create-bug-report
    action and desired options.
  2. Use the
    send-crash-report
    action to send the report to the Intel Customer Support Team.
Crash Report Actions
Action
Argument
Description
create-bug-report
<PATH> Pathname for the bug report.
Package the following into a bug report package: product log files, system information, crash reports for each running product process, and product installation details.
list-crash-report
None
Output a list of existing bug reports.
report-system-info
None
Output system information.
send-crash-report
<PATH> Pathname for the bug report.
Email the specified bug/crash report(s) to the Intel Customer Support Team.
Options for create-bug-report
Option
Argument
Description
dump-stack
<PID> Process identifier
Create crash report for process with specified process identifier (PID) when using
create-bug-report
.
no-dump
None
Disable crash reports to conserve system resources.
dump-memory
None
Use with
dump-stack
to include crash report for process with specified process identifier (PID).
no-system-info
None
Use when creating a report to speed up the bug report creation process by disabling system information collection.
Examples
This command generates a bug report package and stores it in a compressed file under the name you specify, such as
001bug
.
amplxe-feedback -create-bug-report=001bug
This command creates a list of crash report filenames.
amplxe-feedback -list-crash-report
This command outputs system information so you can provide this information to support.
amplxe-feedback -report-system-info
This command forwards the specified bug report to the Intel Customer Support Team.
amplxe-feedback -send-bug-report=r0001b

Product and Performance Information

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