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Using Performance Inspector Tools

Milena Milenkovic (mmilenko@us.ibm.com)

The open source Performance Inspector project contains a suite of performance analysis tools for Linux, which can be used to help identify performance problems in Java/C/C++ applications, as well as help determine how applications interact with the Linux kernel.

We will cover components of the Performance Inspector toolkit, from installation to the typical usage and report viewing. We will demonstrate the tools on simple use-cases, focusing on per thread/per function profiling, sampling-based traces and instruction traces. The tutorial is done in collaboration with Scott T. Jones, Frank Levine, and Enio Pineda from IBM.



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