If your code contains Sun, Cray, or OpenMP parallelization directives, it can be compiled for parallel execution on multiple processors. The compiler commentary indicates where parallelization has and has not been performed, and why. The following shows an example of parallelization computer commentary.
0. 6.324 9. c$omp parallel do shared(a,b,c,n) private(i,j,k) 0. 0. Loop below parallelized by explicit user directive Loop below interchanged with loop on line 12 0.010 0.010  do i = 2, n-1 Loop below not parallelized because it was nested in a parallel loop Loop below interchanged with loop on line 12 0.170 0.170 11. do j = 2, i
For more details about parallel execution and compiler-generated body functions, refer to Overview of OpenMP Software Execution.