The goal of the project is now to develop a user library called libpfm4 to help setup performance events for use with the perf_events Linux kernel interface. The development of the perfmon kernel subsystem, libpfm and pfmon has now stopped.
KCachegrind visualizes traces generated by profiling, including a tree map and a call graph visualization of the calls happening. It's designed to be fast for very large programs like KDE applications.
The fastest malloc we've seen; works particularly well with threads and STL. Also: thread-friendly heap-checker, heap-profiler, and cpu-profiler.
Shiny is a lightning fast, fully documented & by-far-easiest-to-use C/C++/Lua profiler with no extensive surgery. Results are smoothed & shown in run-time as a call-tree or sorted-by-time. Output also renderable as graphs in Ogre3D or your custom engine
Jensor is a light-weight, low-overhead Java Profiler built using Java BCI. Jensor provides innovative analysis modules like JVM Replay, Pattern Analysis and Tagging Engine for technical as well as business analysis based on the same underlying data.
An implementation of the Open Group's Application Response Measurement (ARM) Version 4 standard. The ARM standard describes a means of breaking an application down into it's constituent transactions, and measuring response time across multiple tiers.
BencHTTP is a utility to test the performance of HTTP servers under load. It is highly configurable via simple script files and allows extensive customisation of HTTP requests. The current server performance is continuously displayed during the test.
JDLabAgent is a dynamic link library which is loaded into the Java Virtual Machine via Java Virtual Machine Debug Interface (JVMDI). The JDLabAgent can be parameterized via config files and logs JVM events (e.g. breakpoints, exceptions).
JDLabStudio is a graphical front-end for the Java Debugging Lab Agent (JDLabAgent). JDLabStudio scans java packages, displays class files and generates JDLabAgent config files. JDLabAgent-traces are used for reconstructing control and data flows.
pthreadw is a profiling library for multi-threaded programs. It can be used to automatically identify common problems related to threads that limit performance of parallel programs such as lock contention or load imbalance.
QUAD Memory Access Profiling Toolset
QUAD (Quantitative Usage Analysis of Data) consists of several tools that provide a comprehensive overview of the memory access behavior of an application. The primary goal is the detection of the actual data dependencies at the function-level.
SSS stands for SQL Scalability Simulation - Automated scalability testing with respect to concurrent user count of SQL queries and PL/SQL stored code based on a simulation of concurrent user load with exponential interarrival times.
Continuous profiling based on stochastics
Based on a software implementation of an Adaptive Digital Element (ADDiE) this project provides a utility for continuously measuring performance data and generating images out of it. Mainly targeted at FPC, it should be useable with Delphi, too.
ViennaProfiler allows to compare execution times of full programs or parts of a program. Execution times are stored in a MySQL database and conveniently analyzed via a web-interface. A C++ client API is provided, other languages can also be used.
C/C++ library for function instrumentation and AOP
Library libinstrument is the best way to do function instrumentation in C/C++. You can use instrumentation to implement a vast number of features, ranging from stack tracing, exception tracing, profiling, to interceptor injection and Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP), to name a few. Actually libinstrument comes ready with such modules as exception stack tracing. Project libinstrument is the evolution, the re-branding of libcsdbg. Due to the vast performance optimizations and the generalization of its API, instead of being targeted solely for debugging, It can now be used in Agile Development, follow modern paradigms and implement SOLID patterns in C/C++. It carries over verbatim all the features of libcsdbg, but also adds a CMake generated build system, highly configurable, with out-of-source build capability and portable across all platforms and many IDEs (Eclipse, CLion, CodeBlocks and other)..
An gprof-like profiler tools essential for all ones profiling there programs. myproof uses the gcc version 4.5 or higher allowing to use plugins. This project has been developed to validate the "advanced compilation module" during the HPC'MSc.
runtimes invokes a program several times and prints real, user, and system CPU times. It also calculates average, variance and standard deviation of the run times.