How to get reference processing logging?
aph at redhat.com
Wed Dec 7 11:26:07 UTC 2016
On 07/12/16 11:15, Thomas Schatzl wrote:
> On Wed, 2016-12-07 at 11:08 +0000, Andrew Haley wrote:
>> I've tried "-Xlog:gc::ref" and "-Xlog:gc=ref" but neither works.
>> I want to see this output:
>> log_debug(gc, ref)("Ref Counts: Soft: " SIZE_FORMAT " Weak: "
>> SIZE_FORMAT " Final: " SIZE_FORMAT " Phantom: " SIZE_FORMAT,
>> stats.soft_count(), stats.weak_count(),
>> stats.final_count(), stats.phantom_count());
>> log_develop_trace(gc, ref)("JNI Weak Reference count: "
>> SIZE_FORMAT, count_jni_refs());
>> I tried -Xlog:help and searc hed on the web for information about the
>> -Xlog syntax, but no luck.
> -Xlog:help gives a pretty comprehensive output with BNF syntax
> description here. It also includes a lot of examples.
Perhaps, but none of the examples actually contain "+".
> Particularly the sentence below the BNF string gives an explanation of
> "what" should be.
> Maybe you have some suggestions to improve the text?
Indeed I do. An example which contains the crucial "+" would be a start.
Log messages tagged with 'gc' and 'ref' tags using 'debug' level to stdout, with default decorations.
The crucial I didn't realize was that in
both "gc" and "ref" are tags. It's not obvious, but I suppose if I'd
studied the way the logging framework is called it would have been
clearer. Nonethless, you shouldn't have to be a developer who knows
the logging API just in order to get some log output, and the syntax
is very obscure.
Is this stuff documented anywhere?
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