Hello, I am using Arm Streamline to detect performance on an Immortalis-G715 device. I am connecting my device via ADB, and it's working as intended, but when I clicked the "Start Capture" button, the capture process started and then shut down immediately.
An error occured as follows:
java.io.IOException: Error from target: Error getting Mali counter sample on device 0: Invalid argument at com.arm.streamline.databrowser.GatorSendCommandUtility.readResponse(GatorSendCommandUtility.java:247) at com.arm.streamline.databrowser.GatorTarget.nextFrame(GatorTarget.java:212) at com.arm.streamline.protocol.capture.apc.io.APCLiveFrameCapturer.consumeOneFrameFromSource(APCLiveFrameCapturer.java:76) at com.arm.streamline.analysis.gator.GatorLiveFrameCapturerThread.process(GatorLiveFrameCapturerThread.java:64) at com.arm.streamline.analysis.AnalysisBase.run(AnalysisBase.java:92) at java.base/java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:829)
Did I miss any steps before starting a capture?
Update to Streamline 8.9, which is available in Arm Mobile Studio 2023.5 - it includes a fix for a kernel driver configuration issue in some recent Mali-G715 series devices.
Hey, thanks for the heads up, I updated the Streamline to 8.9 and it can start capture normally now. I want to analyse the result and followed the guidelines in the Performance Advisor User Guide, however another problem occured this time when I tried to generate a report by the -pa command: