My Linux machine has Fedora 10 x64 installed. I don’t want to “pollute” it with a bunch of 32-bit support libraries.
CUDA 2.2 seems to include the Visual Profiler, but for some reason only a 32-bit version included in the 64-bit package. (Please nVidia make a 64-bit version available).
Is there a way to profile a CUDA kernel without the Visual Profiler? Having never used the Visual Profiler, I’m not really sure how it works.
Is there an environment variable or a compiler flag that can be set to dump profiling information out in a text format?