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.
At our booth #J-622 at the ISC High Performance 2019 in Frankfurt we will be showing new developments in Vampir and Score-P.
More information around Vampir and the ISC 2019 can be found on our event site: event.vampir.eu
There is a new Vampir 9.6.1 bugfix release version available now.
This version fixes a critical bug in the Context View of the Timeline charts, that displayed wrong message detail information when using a remote VampirServer.
Additional two smaller issues in the client have been fixed, that could occur for task regions or I/O events.
At the SC18 in Dallas we presented our most recent improvements in performance tracking and visualizing on the road to exascale.
We introduced Vampir 9.6 that offers powerful performance charts, customizable performance metrics, extended grouping and filtering, and support for instrumentation and sample based traces.
Selected highlights include:
- The option to add and edit custom markers directly in Vampir
- A unified filter dialog appearance
- Extended information shown for collective operations in ...
At our booth #827 at the SC18 conference in Dallas we will be showing Vampir 9.6 and Score-P 4.1.
More information around Vampir and the SC18 can be found on our event site: event.vampir.eu