Introduction to the cycles per instruction analysis tool

Learn how to analyze the performance of your application using the cycles per instruction (CPI) analysis tool. The CPI tool is part of the IBM Software Development Kit (SDK) for PowerLinux.

Renato Stoffalette Joao (rsjoao@br.ibm.com), Software Enginner, IBM

Renato Joao is a software engineer at Linux Technology Center (LTC),IBM Brazil. His work in LTC consists of interactions with various open source Linux communities and development of extensions for Eclipse using the Java language. He holds a degree in Computer Science from Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP) and is currently on a master's degree program from Universidade Federal do ABC.



25 October 2012

The IBM Software Development Kit for PowerLinux (SDK) is a free, Eclipse-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Further aiding software development for POWER7 Systems™, the IBM Software Development Kit for PowerLinux™ lets you profile C/C++ applications by means of the CPI Breakdown plug-in. It profiles the application by using the CPI breakdown model for POWER7 Systems, showing a complete diagnosis of the application performance.

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5:13 minutes

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