Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE

VTune and IVF 9.0

Since installing IVF 9.0 I have been unable to get VTune to recognize that debug information has been produced and is available. All the appropriate settings are in place both in the compiler and the linker to generate debug info; and a pdb file appears in the appropriate directory. I can debug the code from within the IDE, so I know that the debug info is there and available.

'Serious Error' profiling .NET application

I am trying torun a call graph profile on a .NET app. As soon as the wizard closes, and before my app starts, I get this error:

Serious Error
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A serious error occurred in file D:VTune5.0analyzersrcAnalyzerWizardsVTCGraphWiz.cpp at line 631. The failed HRESULT that produced this error is 0x80040154. Please contact technical support.
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OK

This happens for any .NET app I pick. VTune used to work for me. After not using it for a while, now all of a sudden, I can't profile any .NET app.

H

Problem running VTune from within VS.NET 2003 environment

I am having problems running VTune from within the VS.NET 2003 environment. I am loading an EXE into VS.NET (not .vcproj). It works with other .SLN files.
When I load up the EXE, any time I click one of the VTune buttons at the top, I get the message:
"The parameter is incorrect." in a window titled "Microsoft Development Environment" with a big red X.

Adrian

Your chance to be heard! Remote Linux data collection?

For those of you that use the Linux* RDC (remote data collector) from a Microsoft* Windows* client to configure, collect, and view the data, what impact would requiring a Linux client have on you? That is, in order to do remote data collection, you would need a Linux client instead of a Windows client.

Your response may be critical in formulating future directions. Thanks for your help!

Your chance to be heard! Remote Linux collection?

For those of you that use the Linux* RDC (remote data collector) from a Microsoft* Windows* client to configure, collect, and view the data, what impact would requiring a Linux client have on you? That is, in order to do remote data collection, you would need a Linux client instead of a Windows client.

Your response may be critical in formulating future directions. We appreciate your input!

Message Edited by DaveA on 06-30-2005 02:23 PM

Performance focused Compiler Usage - A VTune(TM) Performance Analyzer article

Abstract:

Compilers allow varying levels of optimization, but it is often impractical to apply the most aggressive levels on all files of large commercial applications. Applying high optimization levels to low time consuming functions increases compile time and adds a degree of risk, without even the possibility of a measurable gain in performance. Additionally, some compilers are capable of issuing optimization reports, but the size of such reports for entire projects makes them unusable.

Performance focused Compiler Usage - Article

Abstract:

Compilers allow varying levels of optimization, but it is often impractical to apply the most aggressive levels on all files of large commercial applications. Applying high optimization levels to low time consuming functions increases compile time and adds a degree of risk, without even the possibility of a measurable gain in performance. Additionally, some compilers are capable of issuing optimization reports, but the size of such reports for entire projects makes them unusable.

Running RDC without installing/running sampling driver or ntd on other m/c?

I am running the Remote Data Collection agent on a RHEL4 ia64 m/c and I want to use the GUI on another RHEL4 ia32 m/c without installing or running the vdk sampling driver or ntd (primarily because I dont have root access on the ia32 m/c as of now). Is this possible?

Thanks to all,

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