Opnet 16.0

Koby, In regards to Intel Inspector and attaching to a process, currently Intel Inspector is not designed to attach to an already running process. How can I modify a standard process model for my use, without interfering with other users on my system who want to use the unmodified model? For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice. You can create a Windows shortcut to add the following argument or run from the command line under UNIX:

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Now your environment will ignore the unwanted standard models, and use your lcoal copy instead.

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My questions to summerize: It is sometimes important to override the default on Windows because sometimes Windows System Administrators set the home directory to a non-existent directory, or give multiple users the same home directory, etc.

Where does OPNET place the object files opjet I compile a process model or an external source code or pipeline stage file? Is there a known issue with it? The build process is done using Visual Studio Intel Inspector needs to monitor the entire process to opnt dynamic memory and threading errors. This can help keep model files for different studies cleanly separated. Koby, In regards to Intel Inspector and attaching to a process, currently Intel Inspector is not designed to attach to an already running process.

When you compile a file, OPNET will always try to put the object file in the same location where the same object file already exists.

For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.

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Leave a Comment Please sign in to add a comment. This will establish precedence for the object file 'pr.

If you copy a standard process model 'pr. There is alternative resolution, which you may prefer if you do not want to copy the entire stdmod directory into olnet private space.

Is there any information i can collect to give more information why this happend? Log in to post comments.

Hi,I have alreasy seen that post, I thougth that maybe things have changed. Additional information of interest may be found in the following forum thread: It is the "primary" model directory or "default" directory.

Skip to main content. You can create a Windows shortcut to add the following argument or run from the command line under UNIX: Alternativly ,the ability to attach after the process has already begun?

In regards to Intel Inspector and attaching to a process, currently Intel Inspector is not designed to attach to an already running process. Click on its value field to display a table listing all of your model directories.

How can I modify a standard process model for my use, without interfering with other users on my system who want to use the unmodified model? Any answer to my other questions?

Hi,I'm evaluating the Intel inspector and i have experienced a problem.

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