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softarts
Beginner
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data collected in command-line,how to view the result in GUI?

the data are collected via command-line:

./vtl show
VTune Performance Analyzer 9.1 for Linux*. FOR NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY build 102
Copyright (C) 2000-2008 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

a1__Activity1
r1___Tue Dec 16 17:35:41 2008 - Sampling Results [a0012330]
a2__Activity2
a3__Activity3
a4__Activity4
r1___Call Graph Results [localhost] - Thu Dec 18 10:37:42 2008

./vtl query -a a18
VTune Performance Analyzer 9.1 for Linux*. FOR NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY build 102
Copyright (C) 2000-2008 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

Name: Activity18
Duration: 20 sec
Start with data collection paused: no

Application/Module Profiles:
1. a
Application to Launch:
Filename: /home/ruizhou/ms/a.out
Command line arguments: -s
System on which to launch application:

2. Modules of Interest
Modules of Interest:
1. /home/ruizhou/ms/a.out

Data Collectors:
1. Call Graph
Collector type: Call Graph
Master: no
Enabled: yes
Associated with the following Application/Module Profiles:
1. a
2. Modules of Interest
Options:


Folder with call graph configuration files (*.ini) for this Activity: /root/VTune/Projects/vtune/cg1A441394/

how to open these result of activity in GUI mode?

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Peter_W_Intel
Employee
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Hi,

1) You can use vtl in command line to display results - for example

vtl view a4::r1 -critical-path

2) If you log on as vnc client (X-Window), you can use -

vtl view a4::r1 -gui

3) You can pack current projetcs, and import it to vtlec then display results (if you have X-Window)

vtl pack vxp_file_name

Regards, Peter

David_A_Intel1
Employee
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Also see 'man vtl' or 'man sampling' or 'man callgraph' for more information.

And, if man isn't working for you, there is always 'vtl -help'.

Regards,
Mr.Anderson

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