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Export data from timeline

CHEEHOO_K_Intel
Employee
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I need the data (Memory bandwidth, CPU analysis, etc.) in time series exported into a readable format such as .csv file.

How can I do that?

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ArunJ_Intel
Moderator
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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

 

Thanks 

Arun Jose

 

xinyingw
Beginner
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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?

CHEEHOO_K_Intel
Employee
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Hi, thanks for reply.

I know there is a report option in the CLI, but the reports cannot give me the data I need.

I need the time-series data used to plot the timeline pane.

For example, the cpu utilization at time 0s, 1s, 2s, 3s...

Is it possible?

 

xinyingw
Beginner
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Hi, 

Did you get the timeline data from Vtune? Could you kindly share the command? I also need to analyze my cpu usage. Thank you in advance

ArunJ_Intel
Moderator
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Hey ,

 

We are forwarding your case to the concerned team. They will get back to you soon.

 

Arun Jose

CHEEHOO_K_Intel
Employee
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Jose, Arun (Intel) wrote:

Hey ,

 

We are forwarding your case to the concerned team. They will get back to you soon.

 

Arun Jose

Thank you very much, appreciate that!

 

James_T_Intel
Moderator
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I apologize for the delayed response. I have entered this as a feature request for VTune.


Dmitry_R_Intel1
Employee
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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:

AMPLXE_EXPERIMENTAL=time-cl

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.

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