[concurrency-interest] Java hardware counter profiler tools

Nathan Reynolds nathan.reynolds at oracle.com
Fri Nov 30 19:49:48 EST 2012

We use Solaris Studio Performance Analyzer, oprofile and a few others.  
These tools handle JIT in the middle just fine.

Don't let the "Solaris" in Solaris Studio Performance Analyzer turn you 
off to it.  The tool does support Linux.


Nathan Reynolds 
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On 11/30/2012 5:26 PM, Vitaly Davidovich wrote:
> Hi guys,
> This isn't a strictly concurrency question, but I figure this group is 
> as good an audience as any for this question.
> What are folks using for doing hardware counter based profiling of 
> java code? Specifically, I'm interested in being able to correlate 
> generated assembly with java source and in turn have hardware counters 
> associated with it (e.g. LLC miss, branch mispredict, etc).  Linux 
> intel x64 is the target.
> I understand this is a tall order for a profiler (with JIT in the 
> middle), but hoping something halfway decent exists.
> I've briefly toyed with Intel's amplifier 13.1 but haven't quite got 
> it working to this level.
> Does anyone have any recommendations and possibly links for more 
> detailed info?
> Thanks
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