I have searched for open alternatives, but they do not provide full view of the
application, as is needed in the profiling session of the engine we are conducting.
The only alternative I can see is buy JProfiler licenses (or any other commercial
profiler) and let internal RedHat team members use it when profiling.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jon Benedict" <Jon.Benedict(a)netapp.com>
To: "Itamar Heim" <iheim(a)redhat.com>, "Liran Zelkha"
Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 6:12:40 PM
Subject: Re: JProfiler
I have no issue with this.
Technical Marketing Engineer
Red Hat Technologies
Data Center Platforms
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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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