PAPI_disable_component Class Reference

disables the specified component More...

Detailed Description

Return values:
ENOCMP component does not exist
ENOINIT cannot disable as PAPI has already been initialized
cidx component index of component to be disabled
               int cidx, result;

               cidx = PAPI_get_component_index("example");

               if (cidx>=0) {
                  result = PAPI_disable_component(cidx);
                  if (result==PAPI_OK)
                     printf("The example component is disabled\n");
               // ... 
PAPI_disable_component() allows the user to disable components before PAPI_library_init() time. This is useful if the user knows they do not wish to use events from that component and want to reduce the PAPI library overhead.

PAPI_disable_component() must be called before PAPI_library_init().

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