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- Configure Yocto Project*/Wind River* Linux* and Intel® VTune™ Profiler with the Intel System Studio Integration Layer
Managed Code Targets
Enable performance analysis of Java*, .NET*, Python*, Go* or Windows* Store targets by configuring the managed code profiling options.
To configure the managed code analysis:
- Click the Configure Analysis button on the Intel® VTune™ Profiler toolbar.
The Configure Analysis window opens.
- From the WHERE pane, select a required target system (for example, local host).
- From the WHAT pane, select a target type (for example, Launch Application).
- Expand the Advanced section and configure the Managed code profiling mode by choosing one of the following options:
Native mode collects data on native code only, does not attribute data to managed source.
Managed mode collects everything, resolves samples attributed to native code, attributes data to managed source only. The call stack in the analysis result displays data for managed code only.
Mixed mode collects everything and attributes data to managed source where appropriate. Consider using this option when analyzing a native executable that makes calls to the managed code.
Auto mode automatically detects the type of target executable, managed or native, and switches to the corresponding mode.
On Windows* OS, the managed code profiling setting is inherited automatically from the Visual Studio* project. For native targets, the Managed code profiling mode option is disabled.
System-wide profiling for managed code is not supported on Windows* OS.
Managed and Mixed modes are not supported on Linux* OS.
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