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jsomarri
Adept I

<< ./AMDuProfPcm -d 60 -m memory -o /tmp/pcm.csv >> doesnt work in my Zen machine

Hello team,

Im trying your new uprof PCM Linux CLI. As per the user guide the command "./AMDuProfPcm -d 60 -m memory -o /tmp/pcm.csv" will give me the memory bandwith numbers, nevertheless Im getting the following error:

"

Invalid Option arg to -m (memory).

Failed to process option -m.

"

Any idea how I can solve this? I have a AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Eight-Core Processor with Red Hat 4.8.3-9 kernel version 3.10.0-327.el7.x86_64.

Appreciate your help on this.

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jsomarri
Adept I

Re: << ./AMDuProfPcm -d 60 -m memory -o /tmp/pcm.csv >> doesnt work in my Zen machine

Correction, I have Redhat 7.2.

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jsomarri
Adept I

Re: << ./AMDuProfPcm -d 60 -m memory -o /tmp/pcm.csv >> doesnt work in my Zen machine

By the way, we also have a Epyc 7601 with the same software configuration than the Zen+ and the command doesnt work either.

Appreciate your help on this, we developed an application and want to measure how much memory bandwidth is consumed with it in order to optimize the code.

Best,

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mgbaskar
Staff
Staff

Re: << ./AMDuProfPcm -d 60 -m memory -o /tmp/pcm.csv >> doesnt work in my Zen machine

Please try with the latest version available at https://developer.amd.com/amd-uprof/ 

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