Manage Timeline View
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Group the data by program units
Use the Timeline grouping menu to select a grouping level:
A grouping level depends on the analysis type. Selected grouping affects the metrics provided in the Timeline pane. If some of the metrics are not supported for the selected grouping, this data does not show up in the Timeline view and the legend is updated accordingly.
Sort the data
Right-click the list of threads/cores/CPUs (depending on the analysis type) and select the required type of sorting from the
Sort Bycontent menu option:
Re-order the rows
Select the row you need, hold and drag it to the required position. Press
SHIFTto select multiple adjacent rows. Press
CTRLto select multiple disjointed rows.
Select the required program unit(s), right-click and choose from the context menu to filter in or filter out the data in the view by the selected items. To go back to the default view, select the
Remove All Filtersoption.
Zoom in and focus on a particular graph section
To restore the timeline to the previous state, right-click and select
Undo Previous Zoom. To restore the timeline to the entire time interval (for example, after multiple zooming operations), right-click and select
Reset Zoomfrom the context menu or click the
Reset Zoombutton on the timeline toolbar.
Zoom in/Zoom out the timeline
Zoom Outbuttons on the timeline toolbar.
Change the height of the row
Right-click and select the
Change Band Heightoption from the Timeline context menu and select the required mode:
Change the measurement units on the time scale
Right-click, select the
Show Time Scale Ascontext menu option, and choose from the following values:
Open the source view
Double-click the required transition/wait.
Sourceor, if symbol information is not available,
Assemblypane and highlights the corresponding waiting/signaling call site.
Synchronize the selection with other panes
Select a thread/module of your interest.
VTuneautomatically highlights the program units (for example, functions) corresponding to the selected item in the