User Guide

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Install Intel® Advisor

Use this topic to download and install
Intel® Advisor
using oneAPI Installer and yum/APT package managers.
Intel® Advisor
is available for download as:
Depending on your internet connection, choose local or online installer.
To install
Intel Advisor
as
part of
Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit
, refer to Installation Guide for Intel® oneAPI Toolkits.
See the
Different major versions can co-exist with each other, but on Windows* OS, only one version of
Intel Advisor
can be integrated with Visual Studio* IDE.

On Windows* OS

  1. Double-click the compressed self-extracting executable file as a user with administrative privileges.
  2. To get a complete set of user interfaces (GUI front end and Visual Studio* IDE integration), select the
    Recommended Installation
    option. The default installation path is
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\oneAPI
    . To change the installation path, select the
    Custom Installation
    option.
    To perform silent, non-interactive installation, refer to Intel® oneAPI Toolkits Installation Guide for Windows*.
  3. Click the
    Install
    button to complete the installation.

On Linux* OS

  1. Make sure to have read/write permissions for the
    /tmp
    directory and start the installation.
    • To install on the local system, run the installer using the following command:
      sh <package-name>.sh
    • If you want to install
      Intel Advisor
      for use by any user, you must do this as a root user. To install
      Intel Advisor
      to a network-mounted drive or shared file systems available for multiple users, run the following command:
      sh <package-name>.sh --SHARED_INSTALL
  2. To get a complete set of user interfaces (GUI front end and Eclipse* IDE integration), select the
    Recommended Installation
    option. The default installation path is
    /opt/intel/oneapi
    for root users and
    $HOME/intel/oneapi
    for non-root users. To change the installation path, select the
    Custom Installation
    option.
  3. Integrate
    Intel Advisor
    with Eclipse IDE by specifying the path to Eclipse IDE executable. Skip this step if you prefer to install
    Intel Advisor
    without integration into Eclipse IDE.
  4. Click the
    Install
    button to complete the installation.
Intel Advisor
is available for installation via yum and APT package managers.

System Requirements

See the list of System Requirements for more information.

Product and Performance Information

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Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at www.Intel.com/PerformanceIndex.