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Ritwika_C_Intel
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Vtune viewpoint using commandline

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Hello,

Is there a command to change the viewpoint of a vtune analysis ? I want to obtain the "Hotspots by CPU utilization" viewpoint report for threading analysis using commandline. I am using Vtune profiler 2020 Update 1.

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Kirill_U_Intel
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Hi.

Did you mean summary report?

vtune.exe -r r000tr -R summary

Looks like you need to change context value to get Hotspot summary instead of threading.

In file r000tr\config\context_values.cfg replace

<contextValue id="initialViewpoint" value="%ThreadingEfficiencyViewpointName"/>

on

<contextValue id="initialViewpoint" value="%HotspotsByCPUUsageViewpointName"/>

I'm not sure that is applicable way for you.

Kirill

 

 

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Kirill_U_Intel
Employee
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Hi.

Did you mean summary report?

vtune.exe -r r000tr -R summary

Looks like you need to change context value to get Hotspot summary instead of threading.

In file r000tr\config\context_values.cfg replace

<contextValue id="initialViewpoint" value="%ThreadingEfficiencyViewpointName"/>

on

<contextValue id="initialViewpoint" value="%HotspotsByCPUUsageViewpointName"/>

I'm not sure that is applicable way for you.

Kirill

 

 

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Gopika_Intel
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Hi,

We haven’t heard from you in awhile. Is your query clarified. Shall we discontinue monitoring this thread. Let us know your updates.

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Ritwika_C_Intel
Employee
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Thanks. That works.

Gopika_Intel
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Hi,


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