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Scripting for running automated Vtune experiments.

sharshera
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I have 40 test cases that I want to push through Vtune and I want to get their callgraphs on the same peice of code.

I currently do that manually with vtlec.

I have used vtl before but I wonder is there a way where I can save the output result of vtl and then just view it with vtlec later on.

Thank you guys very much.

Hameed.
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jeffrey-gallagher
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After you've collected data using vtl:
1) pack the data, creating a .vxp file
$ vtl pack filename.vxp
2) Then import that .vxp file using vtlec:
File --> import
Works like a champ!
IF however, all you want is a gui to view your sampling and callgraph data from vtl, try the plug in viewers:
$ vtl view # show me the ASCII data from my last activity
or
$ vtl view -gui # show me the same data, but with a viewer
See what you think.
cheers
jdg
sharshera
Beginner
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How to differentiate between different .vxp files?

I have 20 or more experiments, how to know which one is which, there is lots of vxp files under my workspace?


Thanks very much.
jeffrey-gallagher
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The pack option packs up the entire project. You pick the file name at least the part before the .vxp.
To experiment, I'd suggest running vtl in a new directory, create a single profiling experiment, and then pack that up, import it to the GUI, see if this is going to be what you need or not.
For more:
$ man vtl
(look for pack option)
cheers,
jdg
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