PAPI_disable_component - Man Page

disables the specified component

Synopsis

Detailed Description

Return values

ENOCMP component does not exist
ENOINIT cannot disable as PAPI has already been initialized

Parameters

cidx component index of component to be disabled

Examples:

int cidx, result;

cidx = PAPI_get_component_index("example");

if (cidx>=0) {
   result = PAPI_disable_component(cidx);
   if (result==PAPI_OK)
      printf("The example component is disabled0);
}
// ... 
PAPI_library_init();

PAPI_disable_component() allows the user to disable components before PAPI_library_init() time. This is useful if the user knows they do not wish to use events from that component and want to reduce the PAPI library overhead.

PAPI_disable_component() must be called before PAPI_library_init().

See also

PAPI_get_event_component

PAPI_library_init

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Tue Jul 28 2020 Version 6.0.0.0 PAPI