System-Wide Profiler for Linux Systems
OProfile is a system-wide profiler for Linux systems, capable of
profiling all running code at low overhead. OProfile is released under
the GNU GPL.
It consists of a kernel module and a daemon for collecting sample data,
and several post-profiling tools for turning data into information.
OProfile leverages the CPU hardware performance counters to enable
profiling of a wide variety of interesting statistics, which can also
be used for basic time-spent profiling. All code is profiled: hardware
and software interrupt handlers, kernel modules, the kernel, shared
libraries, and applications (the only exception being the oprofile
interrupt handler itself).
OProfile is currently in alpha status; however it has proven stable
over a large number of differing configurations. As always, there is no
This is the package containing the userspace tools.
|README-BEFORE-ADDING-PATCHES||0000000519 519 Bytes||over 11 years|
|baselibs.conf||0000000021 21 Bytes||over 12 years|
|jvmpi.h||0000002723 2.66 KB||almost 14 years|
|oprofile-1.0.0.tar.bz2||0001027216 1000 KB||about 8 years|
|oprofile-no-libjvm-version.patch||0000000883 883 Bytes||almost 10 years|
|oprofile-pfm-ppc.patch||0000000810 810 Bytes||about 8 years|
|oprofile.changes||0000019184 18.7 KB||about 8 years|
|oprofile.desktop||0000000123 123 Bytes||over 15 years|
|oprofile.rpmlintrc||0000000258 258 Bytes||about 13 years|
|oprofile.spec||0000005691 5.56 KB||about 8 years|