CUresult cuEventElapsedTime ( float *  pMilliseconds,
CUevent  hStart,
CUevent  hEnd 

Computes the elapsed time between two events (in milliseconds with a resolution of around 0.5 microseconds).

If either event was last recorded in a non-NULL stream, the resulting time may be greater than expected (even if both used the same stream handle). This happens because the cuEventRecord() operation takes place asynchronously and there is no guarantee that the measured latency is actually just between the two events. Any number of other different stream operations could execute in between the two measured events, thus altering the timing in a significant way.

If cuEventRecord() has not been called on either event then CUDA_ERROR_INVALID_HANDLE is returned. If cuEventRecord() has been called on both events but one or both of them has not yet been completed (that is, cuEventQuery() would return CUDA_ERROR_NOT_READY on at least one of the events), CUDA_ERROR_NOT_READY is returned. If either event was created with the CU_EVENT_DISABLE_TIMING flag, then this function will return CUDA_ERROR_INVALID_HANDLE.

pMilliseconds - Time between hStart and hEnd in ms
hStart - Starting event
hEnd - Ending event
Note that this function may also return error codes from previous, asynchronous launches.
See also:
cuEventCreate, cuEventRecord, cuEventQuery, cuEventSynchronize, cuEventDestroy

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