There is a new Vampir 9.8.0 release version available now.
This version replaces the former I/O Timeline with a more generic Shared Resource Timeline chart and introduces for the first time File I/O and CUDA devices as shared resources. Other changes are an additional histogram showing value distribution in color scales, a separation of the function group MPI into fine-grained groups like MPI One-Sided etc. and the demangling of C++ functions names and creation of groups based on their ...
At our booth #1663 at the SC19 conference in Denver we will be showing new developments in Vampir and Score-P.
More information around Vampir and the SC19 can be found on our event site: event.vampir.eu
There is a new Vampir 9.7.2 bugfix release version available now.
This version fixes a incompatibility in version 9.7.0 and 9.7.1 that caused issues with previous releases in the Open Remote dialog,
There is a new Vampir 9.7.1 bugfix release version available now.
This version fixes a bug in the Open Remote dialog, that prevented the usage of the Vampir Proxy tool.
Additional some smaller issues in the client have been fixed also.
There is a new Vampir 9.7.0 release version available now.
This version added a new feature in the Master Timeline that allows to group timelines by CUDA devices.
Additional there are quite a few of fixes, stability and performance improvements included. For instance some issues in the Call Tree request and the behavior of selection trees were fixed.