We upgrade to VTune 7.0 recently. We want to use remote linux data collection on a RedHat 9 machine. We do successfully compile the drivers using vdk_918. But when we start vtserver, there are warnings about IPC messages and shared memory segements. Is this important? If we don't want to remove them, what happens?
I list the message I got as below:
Setting up ISM environment ... Setting up Callgraph environment ...
we do not support RH9 on VTune 7.0 however I advise to try using the backward compatibility mode of RH9 - set the environment variable LD_ASSUME_KERNEL to the value 2.2.5 and then run vtserver again (its not supported mode but its worth trying) 7.1 FCS will support the updated RH9 (with the relevant updated NPTL packages such as glibc and kernel)
regarding the IPC?s - vtserver warns the user on any open IPC resource no matter if it?s a left over of VTune or not and it is up to the user to decide whether to delete it or to leave it as is, according to the log he attached it looks like the IPC?s will not affect the run