Performance-Monitoring Counters Library, for Intel/AMD Processors and Linux
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read the disclaimers copy the files (download from the Main Menu) read the Makefile and these general instructions first, then read the complete Instructions modify the Makefile choose P5 or P6 or K7 (one of these is required) choose a minor device number (200 is default) choose other options as appropriate as root, [always try 'make -n' first!] if necessary, as specified in the Makefile, mkdir /usr/local/include /usr/local/bin /usr/local/lib set the permissions with mkdir or chmod first installation: make node module rabbit install load to update the installation: make Clean module rabbit install unload load do this once to create /dev/pmc: make node to compile the code and put it in the right places: make module rabbit install to install the /dev/pmc module: make load or, pmc_load to remove the module (unless it is in use): make unload or, pmc_unload to update the module (unless it is in use): make unload load to verify the module load make modcheck to delete non-essential files make clean to delete all files that can be rebuilt make Clean
There is no uninstall. Instead, please report the problems you encountered. To disable the software, remove the /dev/pmc module.

Performance-Monitoring Counters Library, for Intel/AMD Processors and Linux
Author: Don Heller, dheller@scl.ameslab.gov
Last revised: 2 August 2000