The supported method of moving results from one system to another is to use the Pack and Go... menu item on the context menu of the project or activity in the Tuning Browser window. Pack and Go takes care of moving all the required data so that it can be viewed on another system. After copying the Pack and Go file (.vxp extension), use the File -> Unpack menu item to extract the contents on to the receiving system.
Did you try zooming in the samples over time window? Use your mouse to click-n-drag a section of the samples over time and then press the magnifying icon to zoom.
Message Edited by DaveA on 11-02-2005 11:25 AM
Thank you for response.
I tried pack and unpack.
Although I could unpack in Pentium4/2GBRAM machine ,
I failed to unpack in my computer(Celeron 512MB) with the message
'An unhandled exception occurred while processing the command'.
I want to make the tables
I tried zooming.But I have 2 problems.
- It takes a very long time to make such tables.,because the duration of
messure is about 10 minutes.
- I cant adjust the interval of the table to the interval I want(Ex. 1.0000000sec)
Do you have easy ways to do such things?
I could unpack the data in Pentium4/2GBRAM machine last week.
I tried unpack again with the same operations, but failed.
I don't know why. The reson may be an unpacked data(vxp file)
is too large.The unpack data has about 600MB size, and 4
Sorry about the delay. I was out last week.
You can pack only part of a project by right-clicking on an activity in the Tuning Browser window and selecting Pack and Go... This will only pack the selected activity and its results.
I don't know why it failed on the Celeron processor system. Does the VTune analyzer work, otherwise, on that system? That is, can you collect sampling or callgraph data on that system? It sounds like there might be a problem with the VTune analyzer installation on that system.
Regarding the exporting, it looks like when you export the Samples-Over-Time data, you get the time stamp in milliseconds. If you wanted to view the data in 1 sec intervals, you would have to aggregate the data yourself. You should be able to do it in an Excel* macro or something like that.