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HPC Debugging and Profiling with Allinea Forge: Getting Started

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Date:
June 24, 2016
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Venue

Bldg. 5600, C101
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge, TN 37831 United States
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Whether you are familiar with debugging and profiling techniques or just starting out, analyzing a program running on a large scale system such as Titan comes with an additional set of challenges. These can vary from launching jobs (and tools) via a batch system, to trying to understand the behavior and interactions between many concurrently running processes.

This webinar aims to help you get started using the Allinea Forge set of tools (DDT and MAP) to tackle these challenges.

Topics covered will include:

  • How to configure and launch your job with DDT and MAP
  • Using the Allinea Forge remote client to connect to OLCF systems
  • Exploring the features of DDT, and how they can be used to track down bugs in your program
  • How to interpret a MAP file, and patterns to look for that could indicate a performance issue.

  Registration

Only ORNL badged personnel can attend on-site. If not ORNL badged, please register to attend via Webcast.*  Your notification will include BlueJeans login information.

HPC Debugging and Profiling with Allinea Forge: Getting Started

Complete the following registration form and click send to register for the HPC Debugging and Profiling with Allinea Forge: Getting Started.
  • ASCR facilities are among the most powerful computers and fastest networks in the world. ASCR facilities support ASCR’s mission to develop and deploy High Performance and Leadership Computing resources and High-performance networking for scientific discovery. For more information see http://science.energy.gov/ascr/facilities/