High Performance Software
TotalView Debugger (TVD) is a powerful, sophisticated, and programmable tool that lets you debug, analyze, and tune the performance of complex serial, multiprocessor, and multithreaded programs. If you want to jump in and get started quickly, go to the Etnus web site at http://www.totalviewtech.com/Documentation and select the "Getting Started" item.
* TVD is a Consolidated Software Initative application (CSI), and executable scripts can be found at $CSI_HOME/bin.
totalview [ filename [ corefile ]] [ options ]
totalviewcli [ filename [ corefile ]] [ options ]
Compiling and Then Starting TVD
When you compile your program, add the -g command-line option to its compile command. After it's compiled, enter the following command in a shell window:
If you need to send arguments to your program, enter:
totalview program_name -a options
If your program uses an unusual starter program, you may need to read sections in Chapters 5 and 6 of the TotalView Users Guide.
For information on supported platforms, versions and licenses, please
check the AFRL DSRC Software Page: