Setting Up MPI Debugging Sessions
This chapter discusses how to set up TotalView MPI debugging sessions for various environments and special use cases, as well as some application-specific debugging tasks. In most cases, you can just use the basic procedure, discussed in Starting MPI Programs Using File > Debug New Parallel Program.
For information on setting up non-MPI parallel programs, see Setting Up Parallel Debugging Sessions.
NOTE: For TotalView Individual, all your MPI processes must execute on the computer on which you installed TotalView. Further, you are limited to no more than 16 processes and threads.
Tips for debugging parallel applications
Tools for displaying an MPI Message Queue
Creating startup profiles for environments not defined by TotalView. These definitions will appear in the Additional Starter Arguments field of the Debug New Parallel Program dialog box.
"MPI Startup" in the Classic TotalView Reference Guide