About inspxe-cl Command Options

This reference provides details on all options supported by the inspxe-cl command tool of the Intel® Inspector.

Command options are categorized as follows:

  • action: The action that the command performs, such as collect data or generate a report. You must specify exactly one action per command.

  • action-option: Defines a behavior applicable to the specified action. Only use action-options that are supported by the action, or a usage error will result. You may have one or more supported action-options per command.

  • global-option: Defines a behavior applicable to all actions. You may have one or more global-options per command.

Action-Option Usage Rules:

  • If opposing action-options are used on the same command line, the last specified action-option applies.

  • An action-option that is redundant or has no meaning in the context of the specified action is ignored.

  • Attempted use of an inappropriate action-option which would lead to unexpected behavior returns a usage error.

Actions

Action

Purpose

collect

Run a memory or threading error analysis and data collection.

collect-with

Run an analysis and data collection with advanced knob settings.

command

Perform an action on a running analysis.

create-suppression-file

Generate a suppression file for all problems detected in a result.

export

Export a result file, optionally including code snippets and sources, to an archive file.

finalize

Redo symbol resolution for an existing result.

help

Display up-to-date information for all available command-line actions.

import

Create a new result from a legacy Intel Inspector result or raw data file.

knob-list

List knobs for the specified analysis type.

merge

Merge problem states from one result into another result.

report

Generate a summary, list of problems, or list of code locations report.

version

Display product version information.

See Also


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