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help with event timing

Discussion created by FangQ on Feb 23, 2010
Latest reply on Feb 23, 2010 by FangQ
clGetEventProfilingInfo always gives 0 elapsed time

I followed some examples to use cl_event to track the elapsed time of my kernel, however, the output is always 0. I am wondering if anyone can point out where I used it wrong?

in my timing.c unit, I defined:

[code]#include
static cl_ulong timerStart, timerStop;
cl_event kernelevent;

unsigned int GetTimeMillis () {
  float elapsedTime;
  clGetEventProfilingInfo(kernelevent, CL_PROFILING_COMMAND_START,
                        sizeof(cl_ulong), &timerStart, NULL);
  clGetEventProfilingInfo(kernelevent, CL_PROFILING_COMMAND_END,
                        sizeof(cl_ulong), &timerStop, NULL);
  elapsedTime=(timerStop - timerStart)*1e-6;
  return (unsigned int)(elapsedTime);
}[/code]

in my host.cpp, I invoked the event as in the attached code below.

thank you for any hints or suggestions.

 

extern cl_event kernelevent; ... mcx_assess(clEnqueueNDRangeKernel(commands,kernel,1,NULL,(size_t*)(&(cfg->nthread)), (size_t*)(&(mcblock)), 0, NULL, &kernelevent)); mcx_assess(clEnqueueReadBuffer(commands,gfield,CL_TRUE,0,sizeof(cl_float), field, 0, NULL, NULL)); fprintf(cfg->flog,"kernel complete: \t%d ms\n",GetTimeMillis()); ...

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