I am using oprofile 0.0.6 on Red Hat 6.2 with kernel 2.4.8
I have a program in which some of the code is written in C-callable assembly using nasm to
assemble it (mmx stuff).
I can find the assembly functions in gdb (e.g. set breakpoints), and if I use op_to_source -a I see
them in the (tons of) output.
But when I try to use oprofpp (oprofpp -l -d ./myprog), I don't see any of the functions written in
assembler. If I give it -s and and the name of a function written in assembler, it says symbol not
I am running on an athlon (t-bird) if that makes any difference. I am using the RETIRED_OPS
I am using gcc 2.95.3 and nasm 0.98.
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