To launch an OpenGL* Desktop application for analysis with System Analyzer on a Ubuntu* host, use the GPA Monitor application.

  1. In the command line, switch to the directory where run_app is installed.
    The default installation directory is /opt/intel/SystemAnalyzer/bin/
  2. Launch the application you want to profile using the run_app application:

    ./run_app -s <application-name> [-tracing]

    where:

    • -s option starts the System Analyzer on your system. You can omit this option if you prefer to start the System Analyzer manually, or perform system analysis from a remote host system. By default, the System Analyzer is installed at  /opt/intel/SystemAnalyzer/bin/
    • -tracing option enables tracing. Set this option if you are going to capture trace files with System Analyzer for platform analysis in Graphics Trace Analyzer.
    • For details on other command-line parameters, see the run_app Command-Line Syntax topic.
  3. In the System Analyzer Connection dialog box, click the Connect button.  
    System Analyzer attaches to the application, and you can start the system analysis, similar to OpenGL ES* application analysis:

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You can also profile your application remotely from a Windows*, Ubuntu*, or macOS* host system. To enable remote analysis, launch the application on a remote system using the GPA Monitor.

Once the application starts rendering, you can connect the System Analyzer to this application using an IP address or host name of the remote machine.

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See Also

System Analyzer Dialog Box: Connection (OpenGL/OpenGL ES* Workloads)
Window: System Analyzer (OpenGL/OpenGL ES* Workloads)

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