Hi KOK, CHEE HOO,
Thanks for reaching out to us. If your requirement is to convert the collected vtune report to a readable form like csv please use -report-output flag of vtune. Pleas find below an example below which converts a hotspot report to csv format.
vtune -R hotspots -r r002hs -report-output MyReport.csv -format csv -csv-delimiter tab
Dear KOK, CHEE HOO,
I also need to export timeline data from Vtune just as this psot( community.intel.com/t5/Analyzers/Export-data-from-timeline/m-p/1170493#M18131). For example, the CPU usage at time 0s, 1s, 2s, 3s..., could you help me please?
It is possible to get timeline data in command line using 'time' report. To do that you first need to enable this report by defining following environment variable:
Then query data you need. E.g. the following command will give you cpu utilization:
vtune -r <vtune_result_dir> -R time -r-k column_by=CPUTime -format=csv -csv-delimiter=semicolon
You can open the time report file located here: <vtune_install_dir>/config/report/experimental.time-cl/time.tmpl and it look for comments at the beginning with more command line examples how to get various kind of timeline data through it, including DRAM bandwidth.