Release Notes: This release adds a port to ARM Linux, Intel MIC platforms, CUDA 5.0 support, UPC Runtime instrumentation for Cray CCE and BUPC, improvements in the MPI wrapper, support to ParaProf 3D for IBM BG/Q, and ARM Linux.
Release Notes: Major changes include SHMEM profiling for Cray and SGI, NVIDIA OpenCL and AMD OpenCL support, a tau_rewrite tool based on MAQAO, OpenSHMEM Profiling, Score-P Atomic/Context Events, OpenMP 3.0 instrumentation with Opari2, NVIDIA CUPTI v4.1, H2 database in PerfDMF, debugging with TAU_TRACK_SIGNALS, MinGW compiler support for Windows, UPC source level instrumentation using the Rose parser to support the Cray CCE compiler, and PDT 3.17 with Rose and MAQAO binary instrumentor.
Release Notes: Support was added for tracking GPGPU performance data, binary rewriting, event based sampling, profiling of external libraries, and the Java Virtual Machine Tool Interface. TAU has been ported to the Cray XE6 and XMT platforms.
Release Notes: Numerous enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Numerous bugfixes
Release Notes: Support was added for GPGPUs in PGI Compiler and for PGI compilers on Mac OS X. Workflow support under Eclipse, Charm++ support, and OpenMP support were improved. The Python API was accelerated. The documentation was updated. Assorted bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Support was added for the PGI and IBM compilers for compiler-based instrumentation, and for the Cray XT5 and IBM Power 6 platforms. The Windows version now supports Intel PIN application profiling. Python support has a reduced memory footprint. The Eclipse plugin has been updated to cover the features of the current TAU system. Support was added for snapshot and psprocessed PerfSuite data. Support was improved for threaded applications, C99, and OpenMP.
Release Notes: Updates include compiler-based instrumentation for Intel, GNU, and PathScale compilers, a new Python API for memory tracking, fixes for IBM BG/P configuration, and support for CQoS analysis and drawing charts from script files in PerfExplorer.
Release Notes: This release expands the ability of tau_instrumentor to insert generic tool-specific instrumentation to code. TAU now supports generation of selective instrumentation files in paraprof. ParaProf can now bring up separate windows for each metric to allow users to compare multiple metrics simultaneously within a given trial. TAU now enables throttling of routines at runtime. C++ detection has been fixed. There is improved linkage to application-specific timing APIs. Support has been added for PathScale and GNU compilers on Cray XT4/XT3 systems. Support has been improved for DyninstAPI and vampirtrace.
Release Notes: This release added mechanisms for evaluating and excluding kernel "noise" from profiling results. It was ported to 18.104.22.168 on x86_64 and to 2.6.15 on SiCortex MIPS.