I am having problems collecting VTune Hotspot with stack
info on remote system (a non-licensed system). I am using the following command and VTune is not
creating the needed .tb5 or .tb6 file for importing into the VTune project (where I do have a license):
"c:\\Program Files\\Intel\\bin32"\\amplxe-cl -collect hotspots -knob accurate-cpu-time-detection=true -no-follow-child -target-duration-type=medium -no-allow-multiple-runs -analyze-system -data-limit=100 -slow-frames-threshold=40 -fast-frames-threshold=100 --search-dir sym:p=\\\\rfsbuild\\rfsbuilds\\auto\\rfs-4.0.65\\3203\\release\\x86 --search-dir sym:p=\\\\rfsbuild\\rfsbuilds\\auto\\rfs-4.0.65\\3203\\release\\x86\\2003 --duration 800 --target-process rfs.exe
When I run that command, I get the following warning:
Warning: Accurate CPU time detection was disabled. Not enough storage is available to process this command. Please see the Troubleshooting section of the product documentation for details.
I have tried opening the results file directly but they do not show enough detail as they are missing the function names of my application and I do not know how to get VTune to read the symbols so that i can get the function names. What am I doing wrong?