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  1. Hello, I am running systemC simulation for an soc on Linux and I see over the time simulation slowed down significantly & want to find culprit/s. I would like to know which profiling tool can be used for systemC simulation which can help me finding thread timings or relevant timing information. Like https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01295282/document
  2. Hello, I have simple hello world program with two threads (one with while(1) and one without) with deliberate memory leaks. Aim is to find out leaks with either google profiler / address sanitizer tool (If this works then plan is to move main application which is much bigger). When I try to run with either, code fails after sc_stop(). Another interesting thing is if I build systemc library with --enable-pthreads I don't face this issue. what goes wrong when systemC library is not built with --enable-pthreads ? Error from google profiler: "Info: /OSCI/SystemC: Simulation stopped by user. Thread finding failed with -1 errno=14 Thread finding callback was interrupted or crashed; can't fix this" Error from address sanitizer: "Info: /OSCI/SystemC: Simulation stopped by user. ==27585==LeakSanitizer has encountered a fatal error." Does anyone have tried these tools before ? Any idea about this ? Help is appreciated. Thank you.
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