Intel® Advisor Release Notes and New Features

ID 764867
Updated 3/18/2024
Version 2024.1



This page provides the current Release Notes for Intel® Advisor. The notes are categorized by year, from newest to oldest, with individual releases listed within each year.

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System Requirements

Please see the Intel® Advisor System Requirements.

Release Notes and New Features


  • Enhanced stability, security, and performance optimizations.
  • Ensure to get the most from Intel hardware using Intel® Advisor.


Intel Advisor 2024.0.1 supports a new Intel GPU on Linux.

  • Intel® Data Center Max 1100C GPU: A 300-watt double-wide AIC card with 56 Xe cores and 48 GB of HBM2E memory. Multiple cards can be connected via Intel Xe Link bridges.  This card is specifically designed to meet the requirements of US Government Export Control Regulations for export into China.



  • Added multi-tile and multi-card profiling support for Intel® Data Center GPU Max Series (PVC).
  • Support for 4th Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor (Sapphire Rapids) ISA : Added support for fp16 and bfloat16 data types, VNNI Int8/int16.
  • Support for 4th Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor (Sapphire Rapids) AMX extensions: Added support for AMX bfloat16 and AMX int8 data types.
  • Directory layout change support.
  • Intel ® Advisor has been updated to include recent versions of 3rd party components, which include functional and security updates. Customers should update to the latest version as it becomes available.

Known Issues and Limitations

  • For Windows SYCL applications offloading to a CPU device with the OpenCL runtime may result in "no data" after the tripcounts collection for the kernel loops.
    To solve this issue, set the environment variable CL_CONFIG_LLDJIT_STABLE_HASH for roofline or survey & tripcounts collection runs.
    >>  CL_CONFIG_LLDJIT_STABLE_HASH=true advisor --collect roofline –project-dir=<advisor_project_dir> -- <app> <params>
    >>  CL_CONFIG_LLDJIT_STABLE_HASH=true advisor --collect survey –project-dir=<advisor_project_dir> -- <app> <params>
    >>  CL_CONFIG_LLDJIT_STABLE_HASH=true advisor --collect tripcounts –project-dir=<advisor_project_dir> -- <app> <params>

  • Note that setting the CL_CONFIG_LLDJIT_STABLE_HASH can result in the application unsuccessful run in case if:
    1.    The application builds device program from source (JIT) and then re-builds the program from pre-built program binary (AOT).
    2.    The application is designed so that two threads in the same process are building the same device program concurrently.
    3.    The application is designed so that two processes are building the same device program at the same time. 
    E.g. an application is launched by two processes concurrently, or two applications having the same device code are launched at the same time.

  • The modulefile included with Intel Advisor 2024.0 incorrectly derives the component root path as "/". This file is located at:

    Workarounds for this issue include:
    1. Click here to download the fixed tcl file and replace the existing 2024.0 file.
    2. Instead of using "module load" to set up the environment variables, run:
    $ source <install-dir>/advisor/latest/

  • Advisor Tripcounts collection might not run as expected on Intel Iris® XE Graphics GPU and Intel® Data Center GPU Flex Series devices, which may result in not generating GPU Roofline after an analysis. As a workaround, one might use one of the previous graphics drivers and runtimes suite release, but it depends on a specific hardware platform. Advisor analysis on Intel® Data Center GPU Max Series is not affected.


  • Intel Advisor's "Offload Modeling" analysis will be transitioning to maintenance mode mostly focusing on addressing the critical bugs reported by existing customers. There will not be any new feature implementation for future hardware.
  • 32-bit support for Intel® Analyzers will be discontinued in the 2024.2 release.
  • Improved Directory Layout -  The Unified Directory Layout is implemented in 2024.0. If you have multiple toolkit versions installed, the Unified layout ensures that your development environment contains the correct component versions for each installed version of the toolkit. For detailed information about the Unified layout, refer to Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit Release Notes.

Previous Advisor Releases

Intel® Advisor 2023 Release Notes and New Features

Intel® Advisor 2022 Release Notes and New Features


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