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lsl163lsl
Beginner
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help

i want to measure my program which be running in the embedded system(arm-linux),so i want to ask for help about this.

now i install the vtune-linux-8.0 into my host machine(pc ,the os is fc3),
and what should i do next.
waiting for you reply
thanks
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Intel_C_Intel
Employee
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Hi:
If you installed the analyzer in the default directory, thereis a "Users Guide to Remote Linux* Data Collection" in the /opt/intel/vtune/doc/remote directory. That guide should provide you with instructions on collecting data remotely. Your device also has to have a board support package (BSP)that enables the analyzer to access the PMU. If it doesn't have that, then you won't be able to collect data. Your hardware manufacturer provides the BSP. Check the product release notes for supported software environments. Finally, you can get technical support by submitting an issue to Premier Support at: https://premier.intel.com. If you don't have a support account, go to the registration center at: https://registrationcenter.intel.com and re-register your serial number. Once you do that, you will get a "Thank You" screen. At the bottom of that screen, there is a link that says "Yes, I want free support". Click that link and fill out the form. Your support account will be automatically created and you will get a login id and password in your email. Good Luck!
Cheers,
JackD
CWhit10
Beginner
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Hi,

I would like to know whether or not there is support for Remote Analysis for ARM-Linux Using VTune Amplifier XE 2017.

I have an embedded system (Raspberry Pi Model B which has ARM-Cortex A53) with Ubuntu MATE 16.04 installed on it.

And I was attempted to install VTune (CLI version) in the Ubuntu MATE.

However, after running install.sh inside the CLI_install folder of VTune Amplifier installation package,

I got an error, which is "CPU family not supported".

Thus, I have 3 questions here,

1) What are the supported CPU families for remote analysis?

2) Can VTune be used to analyze code on that particular embedded platform?

3) Is it only Yocto image has board support package (BSP)? How can I find out whether an OS has BSP or not?

Thank you.

 

Best Regards,

Claudia

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Hi Claudia,

VTune Amplifier XE requires IA-32 or Intel® 64 architecture processor. Please see details in the "System Requirements" section of the release notes: https://software.intel.com/sites/default/files/managed/dd/8d/release_notes_amplifier_linux.pdf

Regards, Katya


 

CWhit10
Beginner
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Hi,

It is stated in the release note that, aside from ia32 and ia64 processors, VTune could also be run at system based on compatible non-Intel processor.

What are the compatible non-Intel processors? Is ARM-Cortex A53 one of them?

Thank you.

 

Best Regards,

Claudia

 

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