User Guide


Command Line Analysis

System Overview analysis evaluates general behavior of Linux* or Android* target systems and correlates power and performance metrics with IRQ handling. This analysis type uses the driverless event-based sampling collection.


-collect system-overview [-knob <
>] -- <
For the most current information on available knobs (configuration options) for the System Overview analysis, enter:
-help collect system-overview
Example 1:
This example runs the System Overview analysis on a guest OS via Kernel-based Virtual Machine with specified
files paths.
vtune -collect system-overview -analyze-kvm-guest -kvm-guest-kallsyms=/home/vtune/[guest]/kallsyms -kvm-guest-modules=/home/vtune/[guest]/modules
Example 2:
This example runs the System Overview analysis for the matrix application in the low-overhead hardware tracing mode.
vtune -collect system-overview -knob collecting-mode=hw-tracing -- /root/intel/vtune/sample/matrix/matrix

What's Next

When the data collection is complete, do one of the following to view the result:

Product and Performance Information


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