Advisor (beta update 2) seems to report reliably on gcc/gfortran/g++ loop vectorization and use of AVX/FMA, even on Windows, but doesn't display source code on Windows.
I looked into some of these reports. It seems that it means simply that at least 25% of the samples fell in the remainder loop (for an Intel compilation with vectorization). I looked into one wi
When I attempt to run Advisor 2016 update 2, it creates a subfolder results directory hs000 with no permissions. Even if I run as administrator, Advisor fails due to inability to write into this f
If I try to install advisor beta update 1 or 2, the install fails and rolls back, saying that advisor version is already installed. I don't know where to look for documentation on what is required
Apparently it's not reliable to use upgrade in place installation of Intel Windows software tools
I have just installed parallel studio 2016 and trying to use memory access pattern analysis with intel advisor. I have added annotation to source file like:
When I try to run any of the 3 analyses available in Advisor I get the error "Severe (157): Program Exception - access violation" and the line with the call of "omp_get_num_procs" is listed in the
I am on Advisor XE 2013 using Fortran as the language. I am also using Visual Studio 2012.
Hello to the Advisor team,
I'm compiling and linking my code as following :
COMPILE='ifort -g -O2 -I$/opt/intel/advisor_xe_2015/include/intel64'
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