11.1 (kernel 126.96.36.199-0.1) and have the problem that the Optimization Report
button does not open the Opt Report window, so I'm never given the chance
to tell vtune where my optimization report file is located.
I found some information that in vtune 8.0 it was necessary to have the
environment variable VT_ENABLE_OPTIMIZATION_REPORT set to ON, so I tried
that but with no effect.
Otherwise vtune seem to function properly on my system.
- In the source view, identify and select the source line(s) that caused the performance issue.
- Click Optimization Report in the source view toolbar to view the optimization report.
The File Open dialog box opens.
- In the File Open dialog box, locate the optimization report file created by the compiler.
The Opt Report view opens.
If so, and it still didn't work, what exactly happened when you pressed the Opt Report button?
Which Linux and which version are you using?
I am also facing the similar problem where Optimization Report button doesn't work at all.
Here are the details of my run time environment:
1. Custom Suse 10.2 x86 Linux with kernel version 2.6.18-34.
2. Compiler is gcc 3.3.x
3. vtune 9.1
I was able to build sampling driver for my OS but couldn't use it since it caused the kernel to panic.
Anyway, I ran the vtune analyzer as follows:
> vtl activity -d 2000 -c callgraph -app
Once done with analysis, I packed the project and copied to another system with GUI support. Here I opened up the project and provided the source code path. I was able to view the hotspots but couldn't make "optimization report" option to work.
As suggested by MrAnderson, I also ran the vtqfagent script on the server where the analysis was taken. In the log file, generated by vtqfagent script, there was no "Checking IA32 emulation packages" section. May be everything was alright??
Thanks & Regards,
As far as I remembmer you can't use VTune Opt Report feature with gcc compiler. In order to enable this feature you need to compile the application with Intel compiler 9.1 or higher (add the -opt-report