Hello Intel Team,
I'm trying to run an academic license of VTune 2019 on a linux server with a simple Python file, test.py. I used the command line interface to collect data using: amplxe-cl -collect hotspots -r vtune_test_hotspots_results -run-pass-thru=--no-altstack python test.py I used the argument -run-pass-thru=--no-altstack based on multiple sources to remove an initial error about the stack size being too small
I used amplxe-gui with X11 forwarding to view the results on my local machine (MacOS). However, I can only view the assembly code, as shown in the screenshot below. Can you please help me understand what I must do to view the source code? For some reason, I was not allowed to upload a .py file so simply change the extension to test.py and run with Python 3.7 to reproduce my issue. The file takes ~10 seconds to run. The output displayed at the command line has also been included below. I'm wondering if the warning "amplxe: Warning: Cannot locate debugging information for file ..." is part of the issue. Please let me know how to resolve that.
From reading other forum posts, I found some potential options such as specifying a search path and using Intel’s JIT Profling API, but I am unsure how to implement these or if there is a better/easier way to approach this problem. Thank you for your help.