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  • "Source/Assembly Code is not available" while doing a General Exploration


    I am trying to open and view the results of general exploration analysis using VTune Amplifier 2015 for Systems, Update 3 (build 407750) on Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit Service Pack 1. I had collected the data by running my application on a Linux machine, kernel version 3.13.0-57-generic. I had compiled my application with the debug information (-g flag). This was the command I had used to collect the data :

    Does Intel VTune Amplifier 2016 for Systems support arm 64bit android system?

    When using for android system (64bit system arm cpu) , error occured : 

    C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools\VTune Amplifier 2016 for Systems\bin64>amplxe-cl -collect hotspots -target-system=android:VSEYVKW86SU8DAQK
    amplxe: Using target: android:VSEYVKW86SU8DAQK
    amplxe: Error: /data/local/tmp/[24]: /data/local/tmp/ not executable: magic 7F45
    amplxe: Error: Amplifier cannot detect Android device configuration.

    vtss.sys blue screens after approximately a week of uptime

    What it says in the topic. This appears to be essentially 100% reproducible, but it took me a while to figure out what's going on. It does not occur when the VTSS service is stopped (e.g. "net stop vtss"). 

    I don't have a recent minidump (that last crash didn't produce one for some reason). Running WinDbg "!analyze -v" on an older minidump reports an "EXCEPTION_CODE: (NTSTATUS) 0xc0000094 - {EXCEPTION}  Integer division by zero" in vtss.sys.

    Crashes with version 2016 update1

    Since installing Intel VTune Amplifier XE 2016 update1, I crash regularly when running the tool from within Visual Studio 2013.  I am running on WIndows 10.  I start the profiler, let it run for a while, and then stop it (doesn't matter whether I press the "stop" button or exit the program normally).  The event viewer logs have:

    Cache Miss Ratio for L1,L2,L3. Please Help?


    I need help to find the miss rate equation using the attached events. I found many equations but I don't know which one is correct. Also in some equations I didn't find the events in my results. 

    So please whats the equations that I used to find the miss rate using the events in my attached results.

    My Processor is E5-2640. Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7.

    See the attached images for the results.



    Application crash with memory profiler

    Using Intel Inspector XE 2016, on Linux.  Profiling a large application that uses too much memory for valgrind, so unfortunately this is my final hope for locating a stack error.  Program is a 64-bit application, mixed-language, C and Fortran, Fortran compiled using ifort 15.0.2.  Analyzing using Memory Error Analyzer, with the overhead slider set to the middle (how do I turn off and on individual tests?).  "Error: An internal error has occurred. our apologies for this inconvenience.

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