target-system

Collect data on a remote machine using SSH/ADB connection.

GUI Equivalent

Tab: Project Properties - Target > Target system drop-down menu

Syntax

-target-system= <string>

Arguments

<string>

Target system for remote collection. Supported values are:

  • ssh:user@target - for Linux* systems, where <user> is a user name and <target> is network name of the remote system accessed via SSH (usually IP address).

  • android:deviceName - for Android* systems, where deviceName is the name of an Android device connected via ADB.

Description

Intel® VTune™ Amplifier enables you to analyze applications running on a remote system (target) using the VTune Amplifier command line interface (amplxe-cl) installed on the host system (remote usage mode). Use the target-system option to specify your target system and enable remote data collection.

For details, see Preparing a Target Linux* Embedded System for Remote Analysis and Preparing a Target Android* System for Remote Analysis.

Note

Remote analysis on Linux embedded systems and Android systems is supported by the Intel® VTune™ Amplifier 2014 for Systems, part of the Intel® System Studio.

This command runs Advanced Hotspots analysis and collects stacks for the application on a Linux embedded system:

host>./amplxe-cl --target-system=ssh:user@target –collect advanced-hotspots -knob collection-detail=stack-sampling -- <path to the application on the target>

This command runs the Basic Hotspots analysis and collects stacks for the application on an Android system:

host>./amplxe-cl –-collect hotspots –-target-system=android -r quadrant_r@@@ --target-process com.intel.fluid

This command runs Advanced Hotspots analysis and collects stacks for the application on an Android system:

host>./amplxe-cl --collect advanced-hotspots --knob collection-detail=stack-sampling --target-system=android -r quadrant_r@@@ --target-process com.intel.fluid
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