I swallowed hard and downgraded my workstation back to RedHat 7.3. I am now able to run VTune 1.1.
To profile my application I gave the command:
% vtl activity my_act -c sampling -d 999 -app my_app run
% vtl view a1::r1 -ha -mn lib1so,lib2.so,...
and VTune spits out a hot-spot report. So far so good.
Now for my questions:
1) How do I get this report in a human readable format (I got
something which has over 600 characters per line)? I have
been unable to find any formatting options for the report
2) Data is given in exclusive time (time spent in the function)
but I would like the possibility of seeing (and ordering by)
inclusive time (function plus descendants). Can I ask for
3) Can I get finer resolution than function? I would like to
know which *line* I am spending my time in. Is it possible
to get the hotspot line? Is it possible to get source files
annotated with cycle count?
Should I perhaps not be using sampling+hotspot to get the info I am looking for in 2 and 3?
Please note that I have absolutely no problem with text output. This is how I have *preferred* to use the profiling tools I have used in the past, e.g., pixie on SGI.
Also note that I do not have access to computers running Microsoft Windows nor do I believe I could persuade my company to ante up for another VTune license to process the collected data.
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