How can I perform the new roofline performance analysis on a remote xeon-phi MIC card through GUI or commandline?
Hello everybody, this is my first post on this forum, I hope that this is the right question and this is a well-formed question.
I want to profile my application executed on a remote Xeon Phi with VTune, Advisor and Inspector to obtain the best performances. I could use the command line version
directly on the remote Xeon Phi machine (since Parallel Studio is installed there too), but I love the GUI and I would prefer to keep using it. I could run
We’re pleased to announce a new version of the Vectorization Assistant tool: Intel® Advisor 2017 update 2. For details about download, terms and conditions, please refer to the Intel® Parallel Studio 2017 program site.
Below are highlights of the new functionality in Intel® Advisor 2017 update 2:
Starting with 2017 update 2 of Intel Parallel Studio XE, Intel VTune Amplifier XE, Intel® Advisor and Intel® Inspector, any developer with a currently supported license will be able to use the tools on all supported operating systems. The default download will remain the same, but additional operating systems will be available for optional download from the Intel Registration Center.
What licenses does this cover?
Advisor crashes immediately at startup.
Already opened bug report, which was closed next working day stating "In order to receive the correct assistance for the issue you are facing, please contact our software support directly." and then a link to this forum.
Please advise how you prefer bug reports.
Finite difference is a simple and efficient mathematical tool that helps solve differential equations. In this paper, we solve an isotropic acoustic 3D wave equation using explicit, time domain finite differences.
Hi, I'm trying to figure out why I get a 20% Haswell slowdown porting some C++ IIR filter loops from AVX128 to AVX256. Advisor's no help as both Check Dependencies and Check Memory Access Patterns always fail with internal errors all variations I've had time to try so far. Find Trip Counts and FLOPS fails too as it eventually causes a crash in the target process; it seems to add no information over Survey Target (which is the only bit of the workflow clearly working) but might reach the loops in question. Output from
Hi, Intel technician,
I am currently using advixe-cl instead of advixe-gui and have produced the text report of survey. However, I cannot view the Fortran source codes corresponding to the advise given in the text SURVEY report. Under Windows, I can view source codes. Under Linux, how can I view the Fortran source codes? of course, options -g, -O3, -simd, -vec, and -qopenmp have been used while building imex.exe with 2017 intel Frotran compiler.
The followings are the commands I used.
HI, Intel technician,
when I ran 2017 intel advisor XE under Linux, the following error occurred
09:08:24: Error: Unable to initialize GTK+, is DISPLAY set properly?
could you do me a favour and give me an advise to fix above problem?
Thanks in advance and I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Apparently, Advisor cannot analyze results for display in Survey Report where cilk_for is in use. The "Why no vectorization?" field shows this comment. The times are quoted as 0. in summary even though they show up with reasonable values ascribed to cilkrts_cilk_for in source and assembly view. I have built with -debug:inline-debug-info -Qipo-.