From: Marco Kruse <marco.kruse@gm...> - 2006-05-30 16:48:15
i am trying to profile some programs on opcode level, so i would like to obtain something like the mixed source/assembly in the examples on the oprofile homepage.
when i try opannotate with the -source option, i can see the source code of my testprogram, but all samples are said to be taken from line 0, so i don't really see which lines used most calculating time.
when i use the -assembly option, i get assembly per method, and the amount of samples for each line of assembler code.
when i use both, i get the same as with -assembly only (what i wanted would be something like the assembler code belonging to one line of c code beneath it with the amount of samples per assembler lines...)
i am running the linpack benchmark on a 800Mhz PIII with SuSE 10.0 and oprofile 0.9
my opcontrol config line looks like this:
opcontrol --image=/home/kruse/testprog/linpack --no-vmlinux --separate=all
anybody got any ideas?
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