vtune: Warning: EMON Collector Message: Warning: PMU counter(s) [GP0 GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4 GP5 GP6 GP7 FP0 ] is/are already in use by other software and the data collected on these counter(s) may be incorrect vtune: Error: EMON Collector Message: ERROR - A collection is already in progress - Abort current run. aps Error: Cannot run the collection.
When I analysis an application with aps and the application fails to run, I get errors as shown above after restarting the application with aps again.
I didn't find any processes with words like 'aps' or 'vtune'. Why are there still some processes that occupy PMU counters?
How should I reset the PMU counter or find processes that occupy PMU counters?
I'm having exactly the same problem. APS worked for many jobs, but suddenly all failed for similar error:
vtune: Error: EMON Collector Message: ERROR - A collection is already in progress - Abort current run.
aps Error: Cannot run the collection.
And I don't have any related process running at all. I run it on compute nodes of a big HPC, all the user processes got cleaned each time the job is finished.
Any solution or trick to get around this?
Sorry for a delay with response.
Please provide additional info:
- vtune version you use (I would recommend to use the latest from https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/articles/oneapi-standalone-components.html#vtun...)
- the command line you use to run vtune or aps
- the list of all running processes when the issue occurred
- aps output or aps html report
Hi, we have not heard from you in a while. I assume the issue is solved or became unactual and closing this case.
Fell free to start a new thread in case of further assistance need.
Hi, I have a pretty similar one even when using the vtune-self-checker.sh .
1.Warning: PMU counter(s) [GP0 GP3 FP0 FP1 ] is/are already in use by other software and the data collected on these counter(s) may be incorrect 2. vtune: Error: 0x40000024 (No data) -- No data is collected 3. vtune: Error: Cannot load data file `/tmp/vtune-tmp-vsolontsov/self-checker-2022.02.12_10.40.36/result_ah_with_stacks/data.0/20522.perf' (Data file is corrupted).
Note `/tmp` has enough space.
The self-check log is attached (hopefully). Could you please suggest?