NVIDIADeepStreamSDK cannot run with Azure IoT

I follow this GitHub - Azure-Samples/NVIDIA-Deepstream-Azure-IoT-Edge-on-a-NVIDIA-Jetson-Nano: This is a sample showing how to do real-time video analytics with NVIDIA DeepStream connected to Azure via Azure IoT Edge. It uses a NVIDIA Jetson Nano device that can process up to 8 real-time video streams concurrently.

I can execute this command ./deepstream-test5-app -c configs/test5_config_file_src_infer_azure_iotedge_edited-Copy1.txt -p 1

But I can not monitor messages

I see my NVIDIADeepStreamSDK cannot run.
Is this why I can’t monitor messages?

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
**Processor:ARMv8 Processor rev 1 (v8l) × 4 **
Graphics:NVIDIA Tegra X1 (nvgpu)/integrated
OS type:64-bit

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here are the steps to narrow down this issue.

  1. add log in generate_event_msg_meta of deepstream_test5_app_main.c to check if generate_event_msg_meta is called.
  2. nvmsgconv plugin and low-level lib are opensource. you can add log in generate_event_message_minimal to check if the Json data is geneated
  3. you can add log new_gst_nvmsgbroker_render_user_meta_list of gstnvmsgbroker.cpp to check if the sending function nv_msgbroker_send_async is called.
  4. you can us network tool to check if the data is sent and the server can receive the data.

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