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Running amplxe-cl throws up a license warning

Anil_A_
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Summary: Running amplxe-cl natively on the target throws up a warning. 

amplxe: Warning: Skipped generation of report `summary': no valid license can be found (License file is not found. Make sure that your license file is in the correct location and readable.
Tip: Consider setting the license file location with the INTEL_LICENSE_FILE environment variable.).

amplxe: Executing actions 50 % done

Not sure if the above warning is going to have an impact on the data analysis. Can somebody clarify?

For the background, I have installed Vtune on a host. Also installed the CLI_Install on a different host and copied the entire folder onto the target. Have cross compiled the sampling drivers and they all work fine.

root@module1:/opt/app# amplxe-cl -collect advanced-hotspots /app/bin/offload_app
amplxe: Collection started. To stop the collection, either press CTRL-C or enter from another console window: amplxe-cl -r /opt/app/r000ah -command stop.
offloadapp: Waiting for start command...
^Camplxe: Collection stopped.
amplxe: Using result path `/opt/app/r000ah'
amplxe: Executing actions 16 % Resolving module symbols
amplxe: Warning: Cannot locate file `/usr/lib/debug/lib/modules/3.10.62-ltsi-WR6.0.0.17_standard/vmlinux'.
amplxe: Executing actions 50 % Saving the result
amplxe: Warning: Skipped generation of report `summary': no valid license can be found (License file is not found. Make sure that your license file is in the correct location and readable.
Tip: Consider setting the license file location with the INTEL_LICENSE_FILE environment variable.).
amplxe: Executing actions 50 % done
root@module1:/opt/app# cd vtune_

Thanks in Advance

-Anil

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David_A_Intel1
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no, it doesn't impact data collection.  If you add the -no-summary option to the command line, you won't get the warning. ;)

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