While the Intel Inspector supports a significant portion of the Windows* OS and POSIX* APIs, it is often useful to define your own synchronization constructs. Any specially built constructs that you create are not normally tracked by the Intel Inspector; however, the Intel Inspector supports synchronization APIs to help you gather semantic information related to your custom synchronization constructs.
Occurs when the application undergoing analysis crashes because of an unhandled exception thrown by the application.
Result data is easiest to interpret when viewed in the Intel Inspector GUI, which provides multiple views of the result and easy access to tools that you can use to manage and resolve detected problems. However, you can use the inspxe-cl command to generate reports that can be viewed outside the GUI and saved for future reference.