hpctraceviewer:
Interactive Presentation of Program Traces

The HPCToolkit Performance Tools

2011/02/22

Version 5.4.2

The Java-based hpctraceviewer interactively presents dynamic behavior of a program.

Table of Contents

Synopsis

Command-line usage:
      hpctraceviewer [options] [hpctoolkit-database]

GUI usage:
      Launch hpctraceviewer and open the Experiment database [hpctoolkit-database].

Description

The Java-based hpctraceviewer interactively presents program traces in a top-down fashion. Since Experiment databases are self-contained, they may be relocated from a cluster for visulization on a laptop or workstation.

Arguments

hpctoolkit-database
An HPCToolkit Experiment database, which is the result of executing hpcprof, hpcprof-mpi or hpcprof-flat.

Options

-consolelog
Send log entries to a console in addition to a log file.

-debug
Log additional information about plug-in dependency problems.

Detailed Description

Views

hpctraceviewer comprises of three different parts.

Trace view

Trace view is divided into two parts: the top part which contains action pane and the information pane, and the main view which displays the traces.

The buttons in the action pane are the following:

The information pane contains some information concerning the range status of the current displayed data.

See Also

hpctoolkit(1) .

Version

Version: 5.4.2 of 2011/02/22.

License and Copyright

Copyright
© 2002-2016, Rice University.
License
See README.License.

Authors

Laksono Adhianto
John Mellor-Crummey
Nathan Tallent
Rice HPCToolkit Research Group
Email: hpctoolkit-forum =at= rice.edu
WWW: http://hpctoolkit.org.