Hello,With a standard Redhat Enterprise 3.0WS installation running on a Pentium M, using a Sampling Activity, I have successfully analysed an object file (testProgram.o). I can drill down into this object and see in which functions the CPU is being spent etc...
My problem is that after creating a custom kernel, VTune can no longer instrument this object file. It seems to have categorised it under the "other32" module. I've rebuilt the kernel again with the gcc -g option enabled in the top level Makefile under CFLAGS and CFLAGS_KERNEL but this seems to have had no effect.
I ran the /opt/intel/vtune/vdk/src/build-kernel script which reported that the sampling driver failed to build successfully, but there was no apparent warnings/errors reported. Running the build-driver script from the same directory passes.
Are there any specific kernel options that I should have enabled for this to work?
Any help you can give would be appreciated.