Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector is a powerful tool for analyzing MPI applications, which essentially consists of two parts:
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The Comparison Collective Operations Profile is similar to the regular Collective Operations Profile. The values shown in the cells are calculated using the currently selected comparison operation shown in the title of the Chart. The comparison operation can be switched from the context menu or from the settings dialog.
Regarding missing values and unmappable column or row labels the Comparison Collective Operations Profile behaves identically to the Comparison Message Profile.
Allinea* Distributed Debugging Tool (DDT) must be configured to run the user application with the necessary Intel libraries preloaded.
Do the following:
Go to the Run dialog box
Select the Session/Options menu
In the Session/Options menu, choose Intel MPI Library and the Submit through queue or configure own mpirun command option
In the Submit Command box enter without line breaks:
The Collective Operations Profile enables you to analyze communication patterns that are done using MPI Collective Operations. Like the Message Profile (see Message Profile), the Collective Operations are also represented in a color-coded matrix format. The default matrix shows the type of the Collective Operation as the row label and the process as the column label.
Quantitative Timeline Settings control the display options and the scaling of the Qualitative Timeline Chart.
Qualitative Timeline Settings offer the following controls:
This User and Reference Guide documents Intel® Trace Analyzer 2018.
Intel® Trace Analyzer 2018:
Intel Trace Analyzer can now display OpenSHMEM* function calls on charts.
Removed macOS* support.
Removed support for the indexed trace file (ITF) format.
Intel® Trace Analyzer 2017 Update 2:
Enhancements of function color selection on timelines.