[cairo] Performance analysis of a Cairo application
ibaldo at adinet.com.uy
Fri Oct 19 14:32:19 PDT 2007
El 19/10/07 16:47, Jeff Muizelaar escribió:
> On Fri, Oct 19, 2007 at 02:42:51PM -0400, Jeff Muizelaar wrote:
>> On Fri, Oct 19, 2007 at 04:18:12PM -0200, Ivan Baldo wrote:
>>> El 18/10/07 19:38, Dan Amelang escribió:
>>>> On 10/17/07, Ivan Baldo <ibaldo at adinet.com.uy> wrote:
>>> To repeat, I would like a call-graph that says something like this:
>>> 77% testslow
>>> 77% test
>>> 22% testfast
>>> 22% test
>>> 100% test
>>> 100% test
>> Sysprof can do this. The important point here is that you want to record
>> an entire backtrace at each sampling point instead of just the program
>> counter. I'm not sure whether gprof, qprof, or oprofile support
>> capturing an entire backtrace, but sysprof certainly does.
>> However, because you are using X and that is where the majority of the
>> cpu time is being spent. Sysprof will not be able to associate the time
>> spent in X with the calling function (testfast or testslow) because the
>> backtraces stay inside each process.
> It may also be possible to do single process profiling where time
> sleeping gets accounted to the function that caused the sleeping.
> However, I don't know of any tools that do this. (There might be some, I
> haven't really ever looked...)
> One possible way of doing this would be to use setitimer with
> ITIMER_REAL instead of ITIMER_PROF which is what I expect qprof uses.
Yes, I can run qprof with the QPROF_REAL environment variable set
and it will use ITIMER_REAL and SIGALRM to wake up to take the samples,
so that could be a start but I have a problem: it has problems to
resolve some program counters (eip on my i386) with addr2line, specially
one that takes 99% of the time, so it becomes useless :-(.
Can someone test the example program I sent with QProf using the
QPROF_REAL environment variable and see if it gets some meaningful results?
I use Debian Testing fairly updated and QProf from Unstable.
Thanks to all!
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