I'm attempting to profile some Fortran MPI code on a windows 10 home box. I can run VTune from Visual Studio w/o problems, but as far as I can figure, this always runs MPI code on a single node/processor. Consequently, I'm trying to run VTune under MPI from a command window. However, when I execute a command, such as
mpiexec -n 2 amplxe-cl -collect hotspots -result-dir .\AmpResults ..\x64\Release\FrontiersMS-pCMA V1.1-3
I get the immediate error:
amplxe: Error: Amplifier cannot detect local machine configuration.
I'm running the "Intel Compiler 17.0 Update 4 Intel(R) 64 Visual Studio 2017" command shell under administrator, but the information provided on the error above is not very helpful, so I have yet to figure out why the local machine configuration cannot be detected. I have another Windows 10 Pro box that I have no problems running the above MPI profiling code on, so there is clearly some issues with the configuration on the other machine. The only difference in OS is one is Windows 10 Home (which fails) and the other is Windows 10 Professional (works OK).