User Guide

  • 2022.2
  • 04/11/2022
  • Public Content

Verbose Mode Options

The Diagnostics Utility for Intel® oneAPI Toolkits has six verbosity levels to add more detail in the output of each check:
Verbosity Levels
Without -v argument
Print the information about running, successful, and failed checks with information about errors and critical errors.
With -v argument - verbosity level 0:
Print the default checks with information about warnings.
With -vv argument - verbosity level 1
Print more detailed checks information about info logging.
With -vvv argument - verbosity level 2
Print more detailed checks information.
With -vvvv argument - verbosity level 3
Print more detailed checks information.
With -vvvvv argument - verbosity level 4
Print the most detailed checks information with debug information.
Note: The JSON file with the results of launched checks always contains the maximum amount of verbose information.
Without the -v argument, the minimum level of detail will be output. For example:
python3 diagnostics.py --filter intel_gpu_detector_check
You will see output similar to this:
Output from single check for gpu
To increase the amount of detail in your output, add the -v argument. For example:
python3 diagnostics.py --filter intel_gpu_detector_check -v
You will see output similar to this:
Output from single check for gpu with verbose text

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