PAPIf_hl_stop - Man Page

Stop a running high-level event set.

Synopsis

Detailed Description

Fortran Prototype:

#include 'fpapi.h'
PAPIf_hl_stop( C_INT check )

Return values

PAPI_ENOEVNT -- The EventSet is not started yet.
PAPI_ENOMEM -- Insufficient memory to complete the operation.

PAPIf_hl_stop stops a running high-level event set.

This call is optional and only necessary if the programmer wants to use the low-level API in addition to the high-level API. It should be noted that PAPIf_hl_stop and low-level calls are not allowed inside of a marked region. Furthermore, PAPIf_hl_stop is thread-local and therefore has to be called in the same thread as the corresponding marked region.

Example:

integer retval

call PAPIf_hl_region_begin("computation", retval)
if ( retval .NE. PAPI_OK ) then
    write (*,*) "PAPIf_hl_region_begin failed!"
end if

!do some computation here

call PAPIf_hl_region_end("computation", retval)
if ( retval .NE. PAPI_OK ) then
    write (*,*) "PAPIf_hl_region_end failed!"
end if

call PAPIf_hl_stop(retval)
if ( retval .NE. PAPI_OK ) then
    write (*,*) "PAPIf_hl_stop failed!"
end if
See also

PAPI_hl_stop

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