Hi,I'm using Inspector to try and diagnose a problem I am having with my threading library in our projects.
I have a console application set up all of the other libraries that are used, and cause the hang that I am seeing in our host application, to make debugging simpler. Currently, the problem I am seeing only happens on our 8/16 core machines, not on the 2 or 4 core machines we have here.
So, I attempted to use Inspector to run an analysis on the console application and find out where the threading problem is happening. When the Inspector launches the application, I see libraries being loaded in the output pane of VS2008, but then the console application quits without running it's logic.
Inspector reports that an analysis was successfully completed, but there is no data on the resulting screen when you click on the "Interpret result" button.
Our threading library, the one that I suspect where the problem is, is using boost threads. We do this so we can have a common threading library between our MacOS and Windows projects.
Our development environment is Windows 7, Visual Studio 2008 and Intel Parallel Studio.
I reviewed the documentation that came with the product as well as the tips listed onhttp://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/compiler-settings-for-threading-error-analysis-in-intel-parrallel-inspector/and I'm still unable to get any usable information.
Any help would be appreciated.
P.S.: What is the deal with me having to write my own HTML for posting a support message. This is supposed to be fast, not make the customer have to write out HTML in order to post a message on a forum.