- Basic Performance Tuning Events
- Events for Tuning Assistant Advice
In fact, at least one of these is automatically selected. I find these event groupsvery useful and I use them all thetime.
But when I connectthru RDC on a Pentium 4 box running Linux, these selections are not available and
I've also seen VTune 7.2 running on a different computer, this time a Pentium 4 to analyze Windows XP applications (not Java, .NET nor WinCE), and it too does not show any predefined event groups in this text box.
Is this behavior as intended?
I just checked this on my systems and everything worked fine, which is to say I saw three groups:
- Events identifying coding pitfalls
- Primary performance tuning events
- Secondary performance tuning events
Therefore, I suspect that your RDC is not working correctly. First thing is to ensure that the sampling driver is functioning correctly. This would require unloading the driver, rebuilding the driver (via the VDK), and loading the new driver. See the documentation in the /opt/intel/vtune/vdk/src/doc directory, and the rmmod-vtune, insmod-vtune, and build-driver scripts in /opt/intel/vtune/vdk/src.
If that doesn't help, (I hate to say this :smileysad:), you should try rebooting the Linux* system.
Message Edited by DaveA on 11-29-2005 09:09 AM