I have not been able to replicate the behavior yet. What
output if any is displayed after the analysis command is ran? Also, are you running as root? Are you able to run other analysis successfully?
When I run the hotspots analysis using "amplxe-cl -collect hotspots /bin/ls", I do not get any output. The same thing happens when I try other user-mode analysis, such as concurrency - I see that ls is running (and using ~98% CPU, but there is no output from either ls or amplxe-cl). I'm running as root.
As for the other analysis, I've managed to successfully run only lightweight_hotspots and two Eagleton specific analyses: wsmex_read_bandwidth and wsmex_write_bandwidth.
Can you clarify if you are able to run hotspots analysis on other application or just the example provided? This will provide additional scope to the behavior.
After running Hotspots analysis, is a results directory created at all? If so, can you zip the results directory and attach to the forum thread (as private if you wish). If any data at all is written in the results directory, then we may be able to determine when / why the failure occurs.
Additionally, is it possible for you to share the output of amplxe-feedback.exe which is, by default, located under "C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\VTune Amplifier XE 2011\bin32".
If so, zip and attach the data to the forum thread as a private post.