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[Xen-users] simple question about xenoprof

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Subject: [Xen-users] simple question about xenoprof
From: "Chulmin Kim" <cmkim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2010 11:27:49 +0900
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Im trying to use xenoprof in my machine (xeon x5650, westmere).


While oprof works for this machine correctly, xenoprof doesnt work properly.


I want to use xenoprof in NMI mode (which is the opposite side of timer mode, right?)


However, kernel message always shows that xenoprof works in the timer mode only.


Is there any restriction or specs which is not affordable to run xenoprof?



As I said, my machine has xeon x5650, westmere.


Dom0 with kernel 2.6.32

Xen 4.0.1 version

Xenoprof 0.9.5







p.s. This question has already been posted in xen-devel mailing list, but I couldn’t get any info except it will be better to post this question to xen-users mailing list.

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