I am trying to run an advanced hotspot analysis through remote ssh in a CentOS machine. To do this, I need to install the SEP kernel drivers. However, when I run the "insmod-sep" script it gives me this error:
./insmod-sep -g root
Checking for PMU arbitration service (PAX) ... detected.
PAX service is accessible to users in group "root".
Checking for socperf driver ... not detected.
The socperf2_0 driver is already loaded! This driver will be used. Please remove the driver and reinstall to load again.
Executing: insmod ./sep4_1-x32_64-3.10.0-327.13.1.el7.x86_64smp.ko
insmod: ERROR: could not insert module ./sep4_1-x32_64-3.10.0-327.13.1.el7.x86_64smp.ko: Invalid parameters
Error: sep4_1 driver failed to load!
You may need to build sep4_1 driver for your kernel.
Please see the sep4_1 driver README for instructions.
I checked the README but it has nothing about the sep4_1 driver. Additionally, I ran the dmesg command and I got this:
[442617.203782] sep4_1: disagrees about version of symbol perf_tp_event
[442617.203809] sep4_1: Unknown symbol perf_tp_event (err -22)
Any help would be appreciated.