I could not find the nsight compute in the cuda folder, I could only find nvprof and nsys. So I have 2 questions:
How can I get nsight compute on Jetson AGX Xavier? From jetpack( but I did not see) or installed by myself? If I must install it, which version should I choose?
Can I use nv-nsight-cu-cli to locally profile a program on Jetson AGX Xavier, or I must remote profile from host? I have installed the latest nsight compute on the Xavier, but it did not successfully work. I have also tried to profile from host, but I get a similar error.
Hi, have you profiled your app on Jetson AGX Xavier with nsight compute successfully?
I met some errors and I want to know how to confirm the version of nsight compute. My cuda is 10.2 and I tried to installed nsight compute (2019.5.0) according to the cuda version, however there is no version for Jetson.
Then I installed the version(2021.2.2) and I got the following errors:
==ERROR== Failed to prepare kernel for profiling
==ERROR== Failed to profile kernel “copyPackedKernel” in process 22220
==PROF== Received signal
==PROF== Trying to shutdown target application
==ERROR== An error occurred while trying to profile.
==WARNING== No kernels were profiled.
Hi, I haven’t successfully profiled, I have tried for days. Is the version of nsight compute important for a successful profiling? I installed the latest version directly.
By the way, I just noticed that the picture I uploaded was the result on Orin platform, but I got the same error on Jetson AGX Xavier platform.
Hi, jasonwu_www, Sorry for getting back to you late.
I install cuda toolkit, nsight system and nsight graphics using sdk manager on a linux x86 machine.
Then I startup nsight compute from /usr/local/cuda-10.2/bin/nv-nsight-cu and use root ssh login and remote profile, you may refer to the response by AastaLLL just now.