Intel® VTune™ Performance Analyzer

VMware Fusion 5 supports Intel® VTune™ Amplifier event sampling

One of the great features in Intel® VTune™ Amplifier is the use of the event monitoring registers built into Intel processors. These can give us important insights into what is really happening on a system. The event monitoring allows the profiling of code in terms of what causes caches misses, unaligned memory accesses, denormalized numeric computations and hundred of other types of processor and memory activity.

如何利用 Windows* 版英特尔® 线程调节器来分析 Linux* 应用

Instructions for how-to use the "Enabling collector for Linux*" to collect Intel® Thread Profiler data on a Linux* system and view the results with the Intel® Thread Profiler for Windows*, part of the Intel® VTune Performance Analyzer for Windows*.
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  • Where are my threads? - Part II

    In my previous article, “Where are my threads?”, I briefly described the usage models for the Sample Over Time (SOT) feature of Intel® VTune™ Performance Analyzer. I also explained how VTune analyzer can help to break down the events sampled per core/processors. One of the key benefits of SOT that I highlighted is how it can help detect scheduling issues. In this article, I will explain this benefit in more detail.

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  • OpenMP*
  • Optimization
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