I’m trying to profile a java application in which I am going to convert the underlying C library it calls to CUDA. I am on a desktop with Linux Mint sarah and I have CUDA 8 toolkit installed and running.
The problem is when the application runs in the profiling case, some of the dialogs do not draw correctly so I cannot start the workload. There is a configuration dialog that comes up and all the buttons and
text are blank.
In this case there is not yet CUDA, but even when I have the configuration settings to CPU only, this problem still occurs. I don’t have much time to write something to drive the library by a non-Java way, though I could do so as a last resort.
I’ve tried adding these options to nvvp.ini (after the java line):
as well as profiling CPU only.
Is there another suggestion? Is it possible to start profiling after my workload starts?