User Guide

  • 2020
  • 06/18/2020
  • Public Content
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Window: Uncore Event Count - Hardware Events

Use the
Uncore Event Count
window to analyze the event count for uncore events.
To access this window:
Select the
Hardware Events
viewpoint and click the
Uncore Event Count
sub-tab in the result tab.
The
Uncore Event Count
window includes the following panes:

Uncore Events Pane

Uncore events happen on structures shared between all CPUs in a package (for example, 10 CPUs on a single package). This makes it impossible to associate any single uncore event with any code context and show call stacks.
By default, the uncore events are grouped by package:

Timeline Pane

If there are no uncore events selected for the analysis, the
Timeline
pane is empty.

Product and Performance Information

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