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- Configure Yocto Project*/Wind River* Linux* and Intel® VTune™ Profiler with the Intel System Studio Integration Layer
<span class='codeph'>platform-profiler</span> Command Line Analysis
Use the Platform Profiler analysis type to get a holistic view of system behavior. Gain insights into platform-level configuration, utilization, and imbalance issues that relate to compute, memory, storage, IO and interconnects. Use this low-overhead analysis to collect data on a deployed system that runs a full load over an extended period.
Platform profiler analysis is a coarse-grained, system level analysis that can help you triage and characterize your system for a particular workload. It differs from the System Overview Analysis in some important ways.
|System Overview Analysis||Platform Profiler Analysis|
|Type of analysis||Fine-grained||Coarse-grained|
|Analysis coverage||Hardware and software||Hardware only|
|Type of workload||Short running (~ few minutes)||Long running (~several hours)|
Use Platform Profiler Analysis to ensure that you use available hardware in the most optimal way for a long running workload.
vtune -collect platform-profiler [-knob <knobName=knobValue>] -- <target>
Collect performance information for Intel® Optane™ Persistent Memory modules.
Default value : false
Possible values : true | false
For the most current information on available knobs for Platform Profiler analysis, run this command:vtune -help collect platform-profiler
This example demonstrates how you run Platform Profiler analysis.
vtune -collect platform-profiler
When the data collection is complete, Open the data collection result (*.vtune) in the VTune Profiler graphical interface.
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