Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector

Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector Release Notes

This page provides the current Release Notes for Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector. The notes are categorized by year, from newest to oldest, with individual releases listed within each year.

Click a version to expand it into a summary of new features and changes in that version since the last release, and access the download buttons for the detailed release notes, which include important information, such as pre-requisites, software compatibility, installation instructions, and known issues.

  • Linux*
  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • Microsoft Windows* 10
  • Microsoft Windows* 8.x
  • Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector
  • Computação de cluster
  • Get a Performance Overview with Application Performance Snapshot

    The first step in analyzing a hybrid MPI/OpenMP* application is getting an overview of the application performance. There is a tool called Application Performance Snapshot that can provide the general performance information about your application. This includes MPI and OpenMP time and load balance information, information about memory and disk usage, most utilized MPI operations, and more.

    Analyze Vector Instruction Set with Intel® VTune™ Amplifier

    Use Intel® VTune™ Amplifier to understand why the computation time of the 2/64 combination is worse than the 32/4 combination even though the elapsed time is much less. A lower elapsed time for 32/4 is not possible due to the overhead of MPI deployments. As a result, it is better to focus on improving the computation time for the 2/64 combination instead.

    To analyze the application performance with VTune Amplifier:


    You have completed the Analyzing OpenMP* and MPI Applications tutorial with Application Performance Snapshot, Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector, and Intel® VTune™ Amplifier. Here are some important things to remember when working with your own hybrid application:

    Key Terms

    Baseline: A performance metric used as a basis for comparison of the application versions before and after optimization. Baseline should be measurable and reproducible.

    Computation Time: The time your application ran without any additional overhead (initialization time, finalization time, etc.). Computation time is included in Elapsed Time.

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