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From Ragini <>
Subject Re: Profiling tomcat with java profiler
Date Fri, 10 Aug 2012 08:25:02 GMT
On 08/09/2012 08:43 PM, Christopher Schultz wrote:
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> Ragini,
> On 8/9/12 5:51 AM, Ragini wrote:
>> what my profiler profiles:- It gives me xml file containing list
>> of methods in a proper sequence in which they were executed while
>> running the server.
>> *My question:* I do the above 3 steps 2 times in exactly same
>> manner. So I have two output files say file1 and file2. I expected
>> these files to be exactly same because I start the server, access
>> the same application and stop the serever. But it seems that both
>> files differ. I don't understand why. Could you please tell me why
>> does it differ ? Are not methods of tomcat executed in exactly same
>> manner for a same action ?
>> Please find the files attach which I get two different files
>> (file1.xml) and (file2.xml). I have attached differences also which
>> it gives. I find these differences by parsing files.
> Instead of dropping two files on the list, why don't you tell us what
> the differences are (in general). It's fine to provide full the full
> data to us, but don't make us wade-through it just ti get our bearings.
> - -chris
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Hi Chris,

Actually I could not understand the exact differences and why they 
exist. But in general it seems that sequence of methods which starts 
from org/apache/catalina/startup/HostConfig$DeployWar;" name="run", and 
org/hsqldb/store/HashIndex;" name="getNextLookup differes in both the 
files. I have uploaded the differences file ("abranchdifferences") also. 
So If you kindly have look on few of it, you might get some idea.

Thanks and Regards.


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