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On Apr 11, 2008, at 1:53 AM, Andreas Knüpfer wrote:
> On Thursday 10 April 2008, Swati Kher wrote:
>> 2) If vampire trace by default is built with openmpi, if I set
>> VT_CC flag for compiling my application, where I can view ".vtf"
>> after a parallel run ?
> Let me answer the second question.
> First of all, there is no default VT_CC flag in OMPI's compiler
> wrappers. To
> compile your MPI application with VampirTrace support, please
> replace the MPI
> compiler wrappers in your Makefiles like this:
> mpicc --> mpicc-vt
> mpicxx --> mpicxx-vt
> mpif90 --> mpif90-vt
> and so on. After running the resulting executable you'll find an OTF
> (Open Trace Format) in your pwd. Note that it consists of multiple
> which need to be copied/moved together. The former VTF format is still
> supported by VampirTrace, yet not in the version that comes with
> Open MPI.
> The Open Trace Format can be read by several performance analysis
> tools, e.g.
> Vampir and VampirServer, Kojak/Scalasca Tools, TAU tools and maybe
> already by
> OpenSpeedShop, which is going to have OTF support afaik.
> Best rgards, Andreas
> Dipl. Math. Andreas Knuepfer,
> Center for Information Services and
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