I have no issue with this.
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Red Hat Technologies
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On 5/12/13 10:00 AM, "Itamar Heim" <iheim(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 04/18/2013 09:32 PM, Liran Zelkha wrote:
> Hi oVirt Board Members,
> We are starting a process of optimizing the Ovirt Engine code for
> performance. To accomplish that, we need a Java Profiler. Many solutions
> exist in the market, some of them are open source. However, for our
> process, we need to have the following functionality from the profiler:
> * CPU profiling
> o See the application Hot Spots - meaning which method takes the
> longest to run, and how many times each method is run.
> * Memory profiling.
> o See the biggest objects that exist in the Engine heap, and who
> created them.
> * Database profiling.
> o See the queries that are being sent to the database, how many
> times they are executed, and the average execution duration.
> * Thread profiling.
> o Status of the system threads.
> These capabilities are covered by commercial profilers. One of them is
> called JProfiler
> The company that manufactures JProfiler offers a solution for open
> source projects, allowing them to use JProfiler licenses for free, in
> exchange for posting the JProfiler logo on the open source project site.
> (See here <http://roq-messaging.org/>
for an example)
> My question is whether you'll allow such posting on the Ovirt web
> site, so that the Engine team can use JProfiler to improve Ovirt's
> Engine performance.
> Liran Zelkha
> Board mailing list
no replies, so i assume no one objects to this?
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