Get started with Streamline Performance Analyzer

Complete the getting started tutorial to start using Streamline Performance Analyzer.

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Overview of Streamline Performance Analyzer

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Working with Streamline

Experiment with example captures, then set up your target and capture data from your own applications.

Import the capture examples

Import examples of Streamline captures.

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Build and install the gator daemon

Enable communication with the target device.

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Connect to an Android target

Through USB, or an Ethernet or WiFi connection.

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Capture data on an Android target

Perform a system-wide capture, with or without root access.

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Recommended compiler options

When building executables for profiling, use these options.

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Start a capture session

Select a target then click the start capture button.

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Views

Use the different views to examine your capture.

Target view


Set up the target connection, configure settings, and select counters.

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Streamline Data view

Manage your capture files and select captures for viewing or analysis.

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Live view and Timeline view

Display charts showing the data collected during the capture session. 

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Call Paths and Functions

Tabular data about the capture.

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Code view

Provides statistics for lines of source code and disassembled instructions.

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Log view

Lists the annotations generated in your code and information about them.

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Settings

Set up Streamline to show you the information you need.

Setting preferences

Enter preferences in the Streamline Preferences dialog.

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Capture and analysis options

Change capture session settings.

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Counter configuration

Select the events to collect.

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Working with captures

Get more information from your existing captures.

Re-analyze capture data

Create new report data for the same capture.

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Duplicate a capture

Re-analyze with new options.

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Merge captures

View the global behavior of your system.

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Import perf data

Import data created with Linux perf tools.

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Annotations

Add context to captured data.

Overview

The different annotations for adding context to your captures.

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Add string annotations

See them in the Log view.

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Visual annotations

Annotations containing images, for further application-level context.

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Add visual annotations

See them in the Timeline and Log views.

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Annotate macros

Mark up your code with colors, channel information, and bookmarks.

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Import Streamline_annotate

See examples of different annotations, groups, and channels.

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Using Streamline on the command line

Access most of the functionality of Streamline outside of the GUI.

Open command prompts or shells

On Windows or Linux.

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Command-line options

Use most features of Streamline outside of the graphical user interface.

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Output command-line data to a file

You can then import data from the file to a spreadsheet.

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Export the Heat Map

Export the data in the Heat Map mode of the details panel to a text file.

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Further information

More features and information about Streamline.

Capture energy data

Use the Arm® Energy Probe to view the power metrics of code running on target hardware.

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JIT and Python support

How to profile JIT and Python execution.

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Standards compliance

The levels of compliance that Streamline conforms to.

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Help

Solve common issues, and find answers to your questions.

Troubleshoot common issues

Common issues and their solutions.

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Frequently asked questions

FAQs and their answers.

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