Incorporate multi-threading now to unleash the power of multi-core processor-based systems, including the latest 64-bit Quad-Core processors.
Intel® Thread Checker 3.1 for Linux* accelerates the development of threaded applications by detecting hard-to-find threading errors, like data races and deadlocks, before they happen.
Through a command-line interface, Intel Thread Checker 3.1 for Linux helps you correctly thread your application. It mitigates the risk of adding threads and can provide hands-on learning. You can use it to quickly find design issues during early development stages as well as integrate it into your test system to keep bugs out.
Patented Advanced Error Detection Engine
Finds hidden potential errors, such as deadlocks and data races, mapping them to the memory reference and to the source-code line.
Identifies six levels of threading issues, from errors and warnings to informative comments.
Displays all necessary warnings for effective threaded application diagnosis.
Lets you track a potential error to a variable in a line of source code on Intel® compiler-built applications that are compiled for source instrumentation.
Allows you to use standard debug builds, without recompiling the entire source base.