When I stop the call-graph collection ofan applicationwhich usesa lot of shared objects, I get the following error message:
CCallTree::Build: No entries in CG raw file.
The application starts and behaves as usual, but call-graph data is not collected. I suspect that some environment variable of Vtune is not set correctly, the VTUNE_GLOBAL_DIR and the cache directory is pointing to writeable locations. Is there anything else I could check. For smaller applications call-graph works.
Is there any VTune version that supports for Intel PXA25x/PXA26x Applications Processors running arm-linux.
I'm trying to run the call graph analysis on a win32 console app, but the function in my app that should be taking almost all of the executable's time is nowhere to be seen in the call graph analysis. I'm linking with "/fixed:no" and I can see other functions in Main() that get called, but not the one I'm interested in. I've tried turning off inlining but it doesn't help. What's going on? I'm getting very frustrated with this. Thanks in advance.
I am trying to run vtl after a clean install without errors.
vtl activity -c sampling run
I get the following error:
Couldn't get object name for the processor with CPUID EAX: 0x662
Any idea, what the problem might be and how to fix it?
I have installed VTune data collector and server on my xscale pxa255 dev-board but I can't run it. After reading a doc named "Check_BSP_Support_VTune1.doc", I found that maybe I should build a new WinCE OS image which supports VTune. But there are many places in that doc which referred a word "Intel BSP" and I don't understand its meaning exactly.
My questions are: should I rebuild my OS image? if that's true, where can I get the necessary files such as "Intel BSP" ?
This is perhaps an elementary question.
I have a precompiled program that uses certain
DLLs. If I now want to analyze the performance of
of how do I specify where to look for the DLLs in
Is there a Reference Manual for VTune? Or a User
Does Vtune also work on AMD CPU's?
I just tryed a "quick perf. wizard" -> sampling (no app)
It starts sampling and if i hit stop it does some collect and than i get a message.
"an error occured during drill-down cause of error can not be determinated"??
I want to profile/analyse a dshow filter, so i cant direct start an app. I use graphedit and than set the grapn and hit play. I just need the datas for the dshow filter .dll/.ax
I am tuning a program on Itanium 2. I want a quick way to find out hot data. In other word, I want to sort the virtual addresses by the frequency in which they are read / written. It is best if the data access and instruction access can be distinguished. Can it be done by using VTune or any other performance analysis tool? I appreciaite for your help. Thanks.
Just wondering if anyone has successfully used the remote agent for Linux* on a Red Flag* installation? If so, which version and what did you have to do to get it working?