Kernel profiler vs Kernel Profiler in Monte Carlo mode

Kernel profiler vs Kernel Profiler in Monte Carlo mode

Post by QmV2ZXJseV » Fri, 26 Sep 2008 10:43:00


Is there got any different between kernel profiler and kernel profiler in
monte carlo mode??

Im nw on the way explore the kernel profiler on monte carlo mode..but still
failed to lunch..im using ActiveSync to connect my device to workstation..i
don't have KITL

can KITL work with ActiveSync ??

if i got KITL, im know it is very easy for me to launch the profiler, but
now im don't have.. im also know that If i have no KITL, i need to write apps
to start/stop profiler with ProfileStart/ ProfileStop API. Use CELog to log
the profiler inforamtion, and perfalyzer the CELog file "celog.clg".

but how to write?? got any sample coding to review ??

thanks thanks
 
 
 

Kernel profiler vs Kernel Profiler in Monte Carlo mode

Post by Sue Loh [M » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 01:54:32

The kernel profiler can profile in 3 different modes: Monte Carlo, system
call, and KCall. So, Monte Carlo is one of the three different kernel
profiler modes, and by far the most heavily used.

I think, based on your other profiling question in this newsgroup, that you
are not the device OEM. You can only use the kernel profiler if you're the
device OEM, because you must rebuild the run-time image that's loaded on the
device in order to run the kernel profiler. And only the OEM can do that.

You probably can try the Remote Call Profiler, as I mentioned in my other
post.
Good luck,

Sue
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