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jjmcwill2003
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VTune on x64 Linux: Crashes when trying to view function/method details

I'm running VTune Analyzer on a x64 Centos 4.8 machine with custom Kernel.

the vtunedemo profiles and works fine.

However, when profiling our application, if I double-click on a function/method in our app to view the source code/profile details, VTune crashes.
A dialog appears, saying, "JVM terminated, Exit code = 1".
The terminal says: glibc detected double free or corruption.

I tried overriding the JRocket JVM with several Sun JVMs: one version 1.5 and two 1.6, including the latest. This did not help.
I also tried editing /opt/intel/eclipsepackage/3.2.1/eclipse/eclipse.ini to increase Xms and Xmx. No help there, either.

Any other ideas?

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Peter_W_Intel
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Quoting - jjmcwill2003
I'm running VTune Analyzer on a x64 Centos 4.8 machine with custom Kernel.

the vtunedemo profiles and works fine.

However, when profiling our application, if I double-click on a function/method in our app to view the source code/profile details, VTune crashes.
A dialog appears, saying, "JVM terminated, Exit code = 1".
The terminal says: glibc detected double free or corruption.

I tried overriding the JRocket JVM with several Sun JVMs: one version 1.5 and two 1.6, including the latest. This did not help.
I also tried editing /opt/intel/eclipsepackage/3.2.1/eclipse/eclipse.ini to increase Xms and Xmx. No help there, either.

Any other ideas?


Pleaserefer tosmiliar another thread - http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=65848

Regards, Peter
jjmcwill2003
Beginner
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Thanks. I installed JRE 1.5.0_21 and set OTHER_JVM_BINDIR as suggested in the other thread.

VTune now runs without crashing. When I double-click on a function name in "Most Active Functions in Your Application" after profiling my app, it can take up to 18 minutes before the source code view is drawn. Is this normal? Dual 3.0GHz P4 based Xeon system with 3GB of RAM.

Quoting - Peter Wang (Intel)

Please refer to smiliar another thread - http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=65848

Regards, Peter

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