TotalView is a sophisticated and powerful tool used for debugging and analyzing both serial and parallel programs. TotalView provides source level debugging for serial, parallel, multi-process, multi-threaded, accelerator/GPU and hybrid applications written in C/C++ and Fortran. Most HPC platforms and systems are supported. Both a graphical user interface and command line interface are provided. Advanced, dynamic memory debugging tools and the ability to perform ”replay” debugging are two additional features. TotalView has been selected as the DOE ASC Program’s debugger of choice for its HPC platforms.

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