|Local memory profiling of a 32-bit Eclipse application from a 64-bit workbench (Windows) [message #754610]
||Thu, 03 November 2011 10:00
| Adrian Price
Registered: July 2009
Good day TPTP,|
I have a 64-bit IDE/workbench based on Eclipse Helios running
jdk-1.6.0_029 (64-bit) on Windows 7 64-bit edition. I have installed all
the TPTP 4.7.2 etc. features from the Helios update site. The target
Eclipse application is a 32-bit platform that I am running on
In Window > Preferences > Agent Controller > Integrated Agent
Controller, the Java executable is the 32-bit JRE, which apparently
reflects the default JRE set under Window > Preferences > Java >
Installed JREs. Window > Preferences > Agent Controller > Hosts >
localhost > Test Connection returns success.
However, when I try to launch a local profiling session (presumably
using the IAC) I get the following message in the console:
Error occurred during initialization of VM
"Could not find agent library JPIBootLoader on the library path, with
error: %1 is not a valid Win32 application"
A while later I get an error message box complaining about "The JVMTI
agent org.eclipse.tptp.jvmti is not available. Make sure that the
libraries for the agent are available and that it is configured
properly." I get the same error from Profile Configurations > Eclipse
Applications > MyEclipseApp > Profile Settings > Test Availability.
Any clues as to what is wrong? Is it a valid configuration: locally
profiling a 32-bit Eclipse application from a 64-bit IDE?
TIBCO Software Inc.
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