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[Fwd: Beta test program for native Linux* VTune Analyzer starts today!]

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2002-11-16 05:43:41 CET



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Subject: Beta test program for native Linux* VTune Analyzer starts today!
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 18:10:48 -0800
From: "Gallagher, Jeffrey D" <jeffrey.d.gallagher@intel.com>

The Beta test program for the VTune(tm) Performance Analyzer for
Linux* starts today! You can register to download the software at this
URL (there is no cost):


This command-line, non-graphical software runs natively on Linux* and
does not require a second, networked Microsoft Windows* system to
work. In addition to event-based sampling, the beta software includes
the brand new call graph for Linux* functionality, so you can
determine the flow of control in your Linux* applications. Its
documentation includes Release Notes, readme.txt, command line syntax
help, as well as man pages.

Please note that Intel is particularly interested in having its new
call graph technologies exercised. The VTune(tm) analyzer developers
are extremely dedicated to making sure that your applications work
with call graph. If bugs are found, they will want to work directly
with you (and your applications) to correct them.

This command-line beta software works with 32-bit Red Hat* Linux*
versions 7.1, 7.2, and 7.3. HOWEVER, even if you are developing code
on IntelŪ ItaniumŪ processors now, you should join this beta test
program to not only familiarize yourself with the interface and
command-line options, but to make sure your voice is heard with regard
to the product futures and direction.

Also at this time I am pleased to announce the opening of a new Intel
Developer Services forum that has been created specifically for this
command line Beta test user community. Check it out:


The forum will stay active during the entire Beta test program, which
is scheduled to end in February 2003, All Beta software users are
invited to read, lurk, or sound off there at any time, for any reason.


Jeff Gallagher, VTune(tm) Analyzer for Linux Beta Test Program Manager

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