TotalView 2021.1
This help set includes all the Classic TotalView documentation. See the user guides for concept information and tutorials. See the Reference Guide for CLI commands, options, variables, transformations, and system requirements.
New in Classic TotalView for 2021.1
Classic TotalView includes the following primary new or updated features. For a complete change history for TotalView, MemoryScape and ReplayEngine, see the document “TotalView_for_HPC_Change_Log.pdf” in the PDF directory of your installation, or see the TotalView Change Log on the TotalView documentation page on the website.
macOS Big Sur Support
Run TotalView on macOS 11, Big Sur. Note that Big Sur doesn't ship copies of dynamic libraries, resulting in limited backtrace information for those libraries in TotalView.
Remote UI Enhancements
Use an ssh key file and run shell commands prior to launching the debug server. Easily set up paths, modules, and other environment settings before debugging.
TotalView FlexNet Embedded License Server Update
The FlexNet Embedded license server and client code in TotalView has been updated. If you use the FlexNet Embedded style license server, you should schedule a license server update for security and bug fix reasons. Testing has shown, however, that the previous version should continue to work.
The new UI TotalView User Interface
To change between the new UI and the TotalView Classic UI, use the Preferences dialog on the Display menu. You can also launch the new UI with the -newUI switch:
totalview -newUI
New features added to the new, modern user interface in this release include:
*Memory Debugging Leak Detection
TotalView has long provided memory debugging support as part of its MemoryScape product and is now incorporating memory debugging into the new user interface. Enable memory debugging before running your program, then stop at any point to generate a memory leak report.
Platform Updates
Operating systems: macOS 11 Big Sur
Compilers: OpenMP Debug (OMPD) 5.x Support, Clang 12