In this video for Windows Typeperf, you will be shown environment pre-setup and steps to ensure conditions are appropriate for the desired workload. You will be shown a demo application that will be used and steps to perform to collect data and post-process that data. You will be shown charts that will be of interest when post-processing the data and why these columns are of interest to you when it comes to power.
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- [Voiceover] Let's go over the exercise files…for this chapter.…First, there is a Columns of Interest file,…that simply specifies the column letters…that will be the most useful to chart.…Now if I open this typeperf_logger.cmd file…by right clicking on it and selecting edit,…I can show you the contents.…What you see here is the usage…of that -cf command line option,…where I specify the typeperfinput.txt file…that contains the pass to all of…the performance counters that will be used.…
Another command line option that…is used here is the -o option,…which specifies the output file for the log file…which by default will be your computername_perfmon.csv…If I open this typeperfinput.txt file…you can see all of the paths to…the performance counters being specified.…Copy what you see here into your own typeperfinput.txt file.…If you don't have access to the exercise files.…This same command could be executed in command prompt…but it is much easier to have it…in a .cmd file for easy execution.…
I'm going to run this typeperf_logger.cmd file…
With these diagnostic tools and some efficient programming, you can reduce your app's power consumption while improving its response times. In this course, Thomas Pantels introduces a handful of tools used to measure and optimize power consumption. You will see demos on how to use the Intel Power Gadget, Windows Performance Toolkit, TypePerf, and SoC Watch, along with some simple coding tips for making any Windows app more energy efficient.
- Collecting and analyzing power data with Intel Power Gadget
- Implementing a rendering state machine
- Collecting and analyzing data with the Windows Performance Toolkit
- Understanding idle states, call stack walking, and thread activity
- Windows OS Timer Tick Resolution Rate change
- Optimization techniques to make your app power efficient
- Collecting, analyzing, and comparing data with Windows TypePerf and SoC Watch
Skill Level Intermediate
Developing Universal Windows Appswith Stacey Mulcahy2h 13m Beginner
1. How to Use Intel Power Gadget
2. How to Use Windows Performance Toolkit
3. How to Use Windows Typeperf
4. How to Use Intel Energy Profiler SoC Watch
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