PAPI RAPL on Xeon Phi native mode installation

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PAPI RAPL on Xeon Phi native mode installation

Postby flyingbear » Fri Mar 07, 2014 11:44 am

Hi
I configure papi with following command in src folder of PAPI.
mkdir mic-native-build
cd src
./configure --prefix=$PWD/../mic-native-build/ --with-components=rapl --with-mic
I copied the mic-native-build folder to mic0 with scp command.
Run the papi_component_avail command and find that rapl is disabled.
My question is how to configure PAPI with rapl on mic for native mode program?

[root@mic0 bin]# ./papi_component_avail
Available components and hardware information.
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PAPI Version : 5.3.0.0
Vendor string and code : GenuineIntel (1)
Model string and code : 0b/01 (1)
CPU Revision : 2.000000
CPUID Info : Family: 11 Model: 1 Stepping: 2
CPU Max Megahertz : 1100
CPU Min Megahertz : 600
Hdw Threads per core : 4
Cores per Socket : 57
Sockets : 1
CPUs per Node : 228
Total CPUs : 228
Running in a VM : no
Number Hardware Counters : 2
Max Multiplex Counters : 64
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Compiled-in components:
Name: perf_event Linux perf_event CPU counters
Name: perf_event_uncore Linux perf_event CPU uncore and northbridge
\-> Disabled: No uncore PMUs or events found
Name: rapl Linux SandyBridge RAPL energy measurements
\-> Disabled: CPU family not supported


Active components:
Name: perf_event Linux perf_event CPU counters
Native: 139, Preset: 14, Counters: 2


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component.c PASSED
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