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28a7qw
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Starting Intel Parallel Studio

Hello,
I'm new by using Intel Parallel Studio. I want to design a DLL using MS Visual Studio C++. This
DLL is used by a Java Application using Java native. Is there a possibility to use this great Intel Tool to check
the DLL ? If yes, can someonelink me to the documentation to deal with tis stuff ?

ciao

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TimP
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Did you mean to post on the Parallel Studio forum?
Are you implying the DLL uses threading, and you would like to check it with Thread Profiler or Thread Checker?
gaston-hillar
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Quoting - 28a7qw

Hello,
I'm new by using Intel Parallel Studio. I want to design a DLL using MS Visual Studio C++. This
DLL is used by a Java Application using Java native. Is there a possibility to use this great Intel Tool to check
the DLL ? If yes, can someonelink me to the documentation to deal with tis stuff ?

ciao


Hi 28a7qw,

There is a nice series of blogs written by Stephen Blair-chappel in Go Parallel. He is teaching to work with Intel Parallel Studio http://www.ddj.com/go-parallel/blog/archives/2009/06/going_parallel_3.html

Besides, you'll find lots of videos inhttp://software.intel.com/en-us/videos/category/multi-core/1/1/and in www.go-parallel.com (Go Parallel TV section). Watching them, you'll be able to learn the most useful tasks with Parallel Studio.

Ciao,

Gastn

28a7qw
Beginner
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Quoting - tim18
Did you mean to post on the Parallel Studio forum?
Are you implying the DLL uses threading, and you would like to check it with Thread Profiler or Thread Checker?

Doesn't matter, wherever I can get the information - if there is a link in this forum, that would be fine ....
In my Dll(s) there are running serveral threads. Up to now I haven't had a tool like Intel parallel studio. Now I have to learn how to use this tools to check my stuff ...
28a7qw
Beginner
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Quoting - Gastn C. Hillar

Hi 28a7qw,

There is a nice series of blogs written by Stephen Blair-chappel in Go Parallel. He is teaching to work with Intel Parallel Studio http://www.ddj.com/go-parallel/blog/archives/2009/06/going_parallel_3.html

Besides, you'll find lots of videos inhttp://software.intel.com/en-us/videos/category/multi-core/1/1/and in www.go-parallel.com (Go Parallel TV section). Watching them, you'll be able to learn the most useful tasks with Parallel Studio.

Ciao,

Gastn

Hi Gaston,
thanks for your links. I think, thats a good way to learn more and to decrement my confusion ....

ciao
marc
gaston-hillar
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Quoting - 28a7qw
Hi Gaston,
thanks for your links. I think, thats a good way to learn more and to decrement my confusion ....

ciao
marc

Hey 28a7qw,

You're welcome. As a non-Intel employee, I can tell you that this tool is really exciting.It is worth taking the time to learn it. You won't regret doing so. The tool has been developed by people with parallelism expertise. This is what I felt when I first began testing its beta. I look forward to C# and Java/JVM versions.

Ciao,

Gastn
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