Get Started Guide

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  • 04/11/2022
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Description
Refer to this guide for instructions to get started with the command line, detailed information on analysis types, information on how to use the GUI, and more.
View the most useful resources that can help you achieve better performance of your application using vectorization.
View the most useful resources that can help you identify hardware-imposed ceilings using Intel Advisor CPU/GPU Roofline perspectives.
Explore typical use-cases of
Intel Advisor
. Follow the step-by-step instructions to help effectively use more cores, vectorization, or heterogeneous processing.
Explore a built-in graphical tool that helps you visualize and analyze graphs of a oneAPI Threading Building Blocks (oneTBB), OpenMP*, and Data Parallel C++ (DPC++) applications.
View a step-by-step instruction how to visualize Intel Advisor perspective results on a macOS machine.
Explore new features of Intel Advisor.
View tutorials that can help you experiment with Intel Advisor sample applications and run different perspectives.
Offline Resources
One of the key Vectorization perspective features is GUI-embedded advice on how to fix vectorization issues specific to your code. To help you quickly locate information that augments that GUI-embedded advice, the
Intel Advisor
provides offline compiler
mini-guides
. You can also find offline Recommendations and Compiler Diagnostic Details advice libraries in the same location as the mini-guides. Each
issue
and
recommendation
in these HTML files is collapsible/expandable.
Linux* OS: Available offline documentation is installed inside
<advisor-install-dir>/documentation/<locale>/
.
Windows* OS: Available offline documentation is installed inside
<advisor-install-dir>\documentation\<locale>\
.
You may encounter the following known issues when using the following to view documentation:
  • Microsoft Windows Server* 2012 system: Trusted site prompt appears. Solution: Add
    about:internet
    to the list of trusted sites in the
    Tools
    Internet Options
    Security
    tab. You can remove after you finish viewing the documentation.
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer* 11 browser: Topics do not appear when you select them in the TOC pane. Solution: Add
    http://localhost
    to the list of trusted sites in the
    Tools
    Internet Options
    Security
    tab. You can remove after you finish viewing the documentation.
  • Microsoft Edge browser:
    • Context-sensitive (also known as F1) calls to a specific topic open the title page of the corresponding document instead. Solution: Use a different default browser.
    • Panes are truncated and a proper style sheet is not applied. Solution: Use a different default browser.

Product and Performance Information

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