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Dig out memory usage by using CodeXL

Question asked by evanzzz on May 13, 2015
Latest reply on May 18, 2015 by maxdz8

Hi there,

 

I am new CodeXL, and I was wondering is there anyway by using it to dig out the memory usage of the kernel.

The memory usage section in the debugger here only indicate the memory usage by the buffer.

 

Basically I declare an array in the kernel, like

float array[100];

 

By default this array pointer would be placed in the private memory of each work-item.

But what about the data chunk? Where did they put this data chunk.

Are they kept in the private memory or spilled into other sort of memory?

 

Is there anyway that might help me to dig this out?

 

Thanks.

 

Evan

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