Hi Jasmin,

Try to run fs.py adding the path to the checkpoint directory (m5out by default, but just in case) and using "-r 1" and not "-r 135051211305000"; I think that, when using "-r n", gem5 tries to find the nth checkpoint stored in the directory, so in your case it is trying to run the checkpoint number 135051211305000 in the directory, and since there is probably one (or few) checkpoints there, it throws that error.



Cheers,

Ferran O.

On 19/09/16 10:56, Jasmin Jahic wrote:
Hello,

I am trying to work with the checkpoints. I have followed instructions at http://www.m5sim.org/Checkpoints.

I make a checkpoint using m5 checkpoint, from telnet console. The checkpoint is stored in m5out.

Then I try to start the gem5 using the checkpoint:
build/X86/gem5.opt configs/example/fs.py -r 135051211305000 --mem-size=512MB --kernel=x86_64-vmlinux-2.6.22.9 --disk-image=linux-.img

However, I receive an error:
fatal: Checkpoint 135051211305000 not found

Do you perhaps have any idea what could be the problem? Maybe I should set some system path?

Best regards,
Jasmin


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