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From "Antonio Gallardo" <agalla...@agsoftware.dnsalias.com>
Subject Re: Profiling Cocoon for cheapskates
Date Thu, 05 Dec 2002 11:44:54 GMT
Well, about profilling piece of code I have no clues.

I use instead JMeter. This is a Server Load Testing tool. May be it can
help you too.

Link: http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/index.html

I hope it will help you.

Antonio Gallardo

Stuart Roebuck dijo:
> I need to do some code optimization / profiling on Cocoon and some
> additional Cocoon libraries we've built.  This raises an issue which I
> thought might be of general interest, and hoped might open up some new
> avenues of profiling discovery!
>
> If there was an open source based approach to profiling Cocoon code, I
> would be happy to write up the process to aid others in the future.
>
> x--------------------x
> x  Unfortunately...  x
> x--------------------x
>
> * We're on a budget and can't afford to pay $400+ per seat for a
> commercial profiling tool.
>
> * java -Xrunhprof appears to die during final output when given the
> significant task of profiling our code in Cocoon in Tomcat in Java,
> etc..  It's also fairly slow, but we would live with that if it worked.
>
> x------------------x
> x  Fortunately...  x
> x------------------x
>
> * We're developing on Mac OS X - but that might not help us in finding
> low budget profiling tools! :-)
>
> x----------------x
> x  Resources...  x
> x----------------x
>
> * A good starting point for profiling resources is Jack Shirazi's Java
> Performance Tuning web site:
> 	<http://www.javaperformancetuning.com/>
> which has a list of free tools:
> 	<http://www.javaperformancetuning.com/
> resources.shtml#ProfilingToolsFree>
> My initial attempts (though brief) to get a selection of these running
> on Mac OS X has been unsuccessful.
>
> x----------------x
> x  Questions...  x
> x----------------x
>
> 1. Does anyone have any experience of any free profiling tools other
> than the built in JDK tools?
>
> 2. Is there a way of turning the built in profiling facilities on and
> off with code (in order to selectively profile code and avoid
> overloading the built in profiling facilities).  This used to be
> possible in Java 1.1. <-- little known useless fact!
>
> 3. Any other useful Cocoon library profiling suggestions?
>
>
> Stuart.
>
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