Toolbar: Command

Position in windows

Use to perform key Intel Inspector tasks.

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Close button

All

Stop inspecting the application for issues, finalize the result collected thus far, but close the new result tab. (You can open and display the result at a later date.)

Command Line... button

Analysis Type window

Open the Corresponding inspxe-cl Command Options dialog box, where you can review - and, if desired, copy to the clipboard - the command to perform the same analysis using the Intel Inspector command line interface (inspxe-cl command).

Compare button

Compare window

Start comparing two results; and identifying issues that exist in one but not the other, or that still exist in both.

Elapsed Time message

Collection Log, Sources, and Summary windows

Review analysis duration.

Find Leaks button

Collection Log, Sources, and Summary windows during memory error analysis

Search for new memory leaks since the analysis started (default) or since the last reset.

Note

  • To enable this button: Select the Enable on-demand memory leak detection checkbox when configuring a memory error analysis.

  • To reset the start point for finding memory leaks: Click the Reset Leak Tracking button during analysis.

  • To review detected memory leaks: Click the Summary button.

Import button

Import window

Import result archive files, results not associated with a project, and results from other Intel® error-detection products into the current project.

Tip

Refinalize the imported result to apply current project symbol information. (Use the Re-resolve option on the Solution Explorer or Project Navigator pane context menu.)

Measure Growth button

Collection Log, Sources, and Summary windows during memory error analysis

Measure memory growth since the analysis started (default) or since the last reset.

Note

  • To enable this button: Select the Enable interactive memory growth detection checkbox when configuring a memory error analysis.

  • To reset the start point for measuring memory growth: Click the Reset Growth Tracking button during analysis.

  • To review memory growth: Click the Summary button.

Project Properties... button

Analysis Type window

Open the Project Properties dialog box, where you can review or change current project properties.

Re-inspect button

Target, Analysis Type, and Collection Log windows

Run another analysis using the same analysis type as that in the current result.

Reset Growth Tracking button

Collection Log, Sources, and Summary windows during memory error analysis

Reset the start point for measuring memory growth. The default start point is the application start.

Note

  • To enable this button: Select the Enable interactive memory growth detection checkbox when configuring a memory error analysis.

  • To measure memory growth: Click the Measure Growth button during analysis.

  • To review memory growth: Click the Summary button.

Reset Leak Tracking button

Collection Log, Sources, and Summary windows during memory error analysis

Reset the start point for finding memory leaks. The default start point is the application start.

Caution

When you click this button, the Intel Inspector discards earlier allocation data and tracks leaks only in new allocations. Any new memory leaks on memory allocated prior to the button click do not appear in the result.

Note

  • To enable this button: Select the Enable on-demand memory leak detection checkbox when configuring a memory error analysis.

  • To find memory leaks in new allocations: Click the Find Leaks button during analysis.

  • To review detected memory leaks: Click the Summary button.

Start button

Analysis Type window

Start executing and inspecting an application for issues, and collect those issues in a result.

Stop button

Collection Log, Sources, and Summary windows

Stop inspecting the application for issues, finalize the result collected thus far, open a new result tab, and display the result.

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