At times while developing your project, you might introduce changes in your host or kernel code that completely alters the contents or quality of the various build and run summaries produced by the tool. Your existing reports and analysis data are overwritten unless you manually save the relevant files. The Archive Summary command lets you save all relevant files with an open Link Summary or Run Summary.
Select Report Navigator and select Archive Summary. This opens the Archive Summary dialog box as shown below.menu command, or right-click a summary in the
Archive file names must have the extension of link_summary.archive, or run_summary.archive to be recognized by the Vitis analyzer. The contents of the archive depend on the summary report being archived.
The contents of the Link Summary include these file extensions:
- Binary container(s)
- System/platform diagram
- System estimate
- .html, .pb
- Timing summary
- .rpt, .rpv
The contents of the Run Summary include these file extensions:
- System diagram
- Platform diagram
- Not required, generated using via perf_analyze and the opencl_summary.csv
- Profile summary
- Timeline Trace
- opencl_trace.csv, native_trace.csv
- Waveform report
hwanalyzeto display the trace report. In this case, the tool prompts you for the location of the AI Engine compile_summary, and updates the run_summary file on disk. If you archive the run_summary before providing this location, you cannot view the trace report from the archived run_summary.
You can also choose to save the .xclbin file extension, any compiled kernel object file extensions (.o and .xo), and the original source file extensions (.cpp, .c, and .cl) used to generate the summary reports.
opencl_summary.csv, and optionally