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Vtune -report time

Ryan8
Beginner
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Hi,

Relatively new user to VTune, and we had hopefully simple question. We are trying to acquire different CPU/Memory characteristics over time, not just summary. We are able to reproduce a previous post that showed how to do it for OvertimeBandwidth using the following command:

vtune -report time -r r010macc -knob column-by=OvertimeBandwidth -r-k bin-count=50

 

However, we are trying to do the same thing for L1D Cache misses or Branch mispredictions. Does anyone know what are the possibilities for column-by?

 

Thanks!

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AthiraM_Intel
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Hi,


Thanks for reaching out to us.


We are checking on it internally, will get back to you soon with an update.


Could you please share the vtune version?



Thanks



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Dmitry_R_Intel1
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Here is an example of command line to get overtime report for all events present in the result:

vtune -R time -r <result> -r-k column-by=PMUEventCount -r-k group_by=PMUEventType -r-k bin-count=50

 

There are some other possibilities - I would suggest to open the time report script located in <vtune-install-dir>/config/report/experimental.time-cl/time.tmpl and there will be some examples at the beginning which may be useful for you.

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Ryan8
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Hi Dmitry,

 

Thank you! That seems to be what we are looking for!

 

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AthiraM_Intel
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Hi Ryan8,


Glad to know that the solution provided by Dmitry_R_Intel1 helped you. If you need any additional information, please submit a new question as this thread will no longer be monitored.



Thanks.



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