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Lior_K_
Beginner
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Purchase licenses to multiple servers

Hi,

I want to purchase license for Intel VTune Amplifier for 10 servers. The servers are running CentOS 7.3.

Is VTune Amplifier support CentOS 7.3?
Is one license enough for all the 10 servers, or should I buy 10 different license?

Thank You,
Lior

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TimP
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You might consider a floating license for the maximum number of concurrent copies you need.

With the recently announced change in marketing, intel has blocked Google from looking up how to purchase. 

If centos isn't mentioned as a tested and supported os, it will almost certainly work according to compatibility with corresponding red hat version .  X86_64 is probably required.  I am away from my Linux installation so can't look it up.

Lior_K_
Beginner
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Hi,

Thank you for your answer.

How I can read VTune data and graphs while my servers don't contains any GUI?

Lior

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Hi Lior,

You will be able to view VTune Amplifier data in several ways:

1. Locally on your Linux servers with help of command line interface (amplxe-cl) reporting capabilities. See more: https://software.intel.com/en-us/node/544237

2. Remotely from another Linux, Windows or MacOS host which is connected to your server via SSH. Then you even will be able to collect and view VTune results automatically from host via amplxe-gui and amplxe-cl by specifying remote Linux (SSH) Analysis Target. See more: https://software.intel.com/en-us/node/544006#GUID-6F46BC96-A70F-42B5-B474-86E6B02039B8

3. Locally on another host after copying the result from server.

NOTE: For result view in GUI or CL you will need to install full-scale VTune Amplifier with license activation. For collection-only you can install CLI_install package on server (case #2). See more https://software.intel.com/en-us/node/680269

Regards, Katya

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