Tools for analysing -XX:+LogCompilation output
vikram.account at gmail.com
Thu Nov 12 02:32:03 PST 2009
not exactly what you are looking for,
but you can also try -XX:+PrintCompilation instead
for a much simpler output.
On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 3:36 PM, Ben Evans <ben.evans at db.com> wrote:
> I hope this mail is appropriate to the group - if there's a doc or a Fine
> Wiki I ought to be reading instead, please point me at it.
> I am trying to analyse the output of LogCompilation XML logs, and can't
> find a suitable tool.
> The sort of questions I would like answers to are:
> 1) Which of my methods are being inlined?
> 2) Given a method m and an integer d, which methods at call-depth < d from
> m are compiled by HS? Which are inlined?
> I see some rather odd results between Solaris 10 and Linux, and am seeking
> better insight. My current line of attack is parsing the XML output by
> LogCompilation, but if there's an existing tool or a better approach, I'd
> love to hear about it.
> Ben Evans
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