SGXPerfServer and Android (native)

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  • #30504

    flynnt
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    Hi there,

     

    Is the SGXPerfServer downloaded as part of the LINUX_ARMV7 tarball supposed to work on Android 2.2 native?  When I adb shell to the device and try to execute it (./SGXPerfServer), it says, “not found”.  (I’ve already changed the permissions for it to be executable). 

     

    Am I missing something?  Or do I need a different executable?

    thanks,

    -tom
    #34861

    Joe Davis
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    Hi Tom,

    The Linux version will not run natively on Android. We do have a native implementation of SGXPerfServer, but we’re in the final stages of testing our JNI SGXPerfServer (uses a Java wrapper) and will be uploading this to the website soon. We’ve decided to favour this over distribution of the native version as it can also be used on non-rooted devices.

    Cheers,

    Joe

    #34862

    flynnt
    Member

    Ok thanks.  I’ll be eager to give it a shot when you guys are ready.

    -tom
    #34863

    lostiger
    Member

    Is “PerfServer” open source?

    I’d like to get the performance data when GPU is working?

     

    Or any other simple example to get the performance of GPU?
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