|C++ runtime profiling firstname.lastname@example.org (Amit Gupta) (2007-06-22)|
|Re: C++ runtime profiling email@example.com (David Z Maze) (2007-06-25)|
|Re: C++ runtime profiling firstname.lastname@example.org (Russ Cox) (2007-06-25)|
|Re: C++ runtime profiling email@example.com (regan) (2007-09-04)|
|C++ runtime profiling firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Dunlavey) (2012-01-13)|
|Date:||Tue, 4 Sep 2007 11:15:35 +1000|
|Posted-Date:||04 Sep 2007 23:48:08 EDT|
> I wonder if there are other good open-source runtime profilers for C++
> What other tools are out there?
If you're doing a lot of system calls and have a lot of processes
interacting, use oprofile, as mentioned.
For standalone programs, try the Google perftools profiler . It
does statistical sampling at run-time, and produces very nice summary
images showing not only what the hot spots are but the stack traces
that led to them. It can also list your source code with annotations
showing which lines or assembly instructions were the hot spots.
And the same interface works for profiling memory
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