This year marks the tenth anniversary of Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB). And it’s a good time to look back over those last 10 years to see where Intel TBB started, how far it’s come, and how successful it’s been in addressing the needs of developers.
Please consider the End User License Agreement before attempting to use a Named User license on a cluster. The intent of a Named User license is that the tools are only used by the registered owner. If you are attempting to install for multiple users, consider a floating license instead.
While Concurrency analysis helps identify where your application is not parallel, Locks and Waits analysis helps identify the cause of ineffective processor utilization. One of the most common problems is threads waiting too long on synchronization objects (locks). Performance suffers when waits occur while cores are under-utilized.
You may configure the event-based sampling collector to analyze call stacks for your functions and identify performance, parallelism and power consumption issues.
Make sure your kernel is configured to support event-based stack sampling collection.