Components for PAPI-C generally consist of a named folder containing source files and various other support files. For more details on creating a component of your own, see the documentation here and examples of other components distributed with PAPI here.
If you want to view information about other available components, click one of the component names at the bottom of this page.
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To contribute a component that you've written, enter a descriptive name for your component in the box below, and press the button. This will become the name of the page that describes your component. If that page already exists, you will be directed to a form to edit that page.
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|Last modified on||Component overview|
|CUDA||Provides access to hardware counters inside NVIDIA GPUs through the CUDA / CUPTI interface|
|Component Example||This is a short description of what your component does.|
|CoreTemp||Access hardware sensors through the coretemp sysf interface|
|Coretemp freebsd||Access hardware temperature sensors on FreeBSD|
|Example||Example component code with 3 counters|
|Infiniband||Infiniband Network Component|
|Lm-sensors||Component interface for lm-sensors system health measurement|
|Lustre||Measure performance data on a Lustre filesystem|
|Vmware||Provides access to counters provided by VMware's Guest SDK as well as optional virtual timing counters.|
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