PAPI for FreeBSD
redcrash at gmail.com
Fri May 18 06:24:49 PDT 2007
I'm sorry Benjamin, but libpmc/hwpmc (and my version of PAPI by extension)
does not support Core Duo processors nowadays.
Maybe Joseph Koshy (the person who is responsible for libpmc/hwpmc) could
give you some info on what he needs to support them.
2007/5/18, Benjamin Lutz <mail at maxlor.com>:
> On Friday 18 May 2007 12:38, Harald Servat wrote:
> > I'm searching some testers for my first version of the port because
> > I'm only able to test it on my laptop (FreeBSD 6.2 / Pentium M) and
> > it would be great to test it in other kind of processors (now it's
> > only supported on Pentium 2/3/4/Celeron AMD K7/8) before releasing it
> > (and providing my patches to PAPI developers).
> > Anyone interested on doing this test, please, send me an email and
> > I'll reply you with some instructions to follow.
> I've got a Core 2 Duo/Asus P5B Deluxe system here running FreeBSD 6.2
> here. If that's useful to you I'm willing to do some tests.
Empty your memory,
with a free()...
like a pointer!
If you cast a pointer to an integer,
it becomes an integer,
if you cast a pointer to a struct,
it becomes a struct.
The pointer can crash...,
and can overflow.
Be a pointer my friend...
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