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profiler used for java

nitinram agarwal
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Joined: Jan 29, 2009
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Hello All,
I would like to know which is the profiler mostly used in software industry. I would like it to get used in my company. Though I have gone through some dump details of other profilers like jprofiler but would like to take an opinion before using it in my project.

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Joachim Rohde
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The few times I needed a profiler at work, I used the Netbeans Profiler (http://profiler.netbeans.org/) which was sufficient for my needs.
Jeremie Blais
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Joined: May 21, 2006
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If you are developing using the Eclipse IDE, you might want to look at TPTP (http://www.eclipse.org/tptp/). Similarly to Joachim, it is the only profiler I've used, so I don't know if it is the most popular one in the industry.
Campbell Ritchie
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Sounds more difficult than the usual beginner's question. Moving. Since NetBeans and Eclipse have both been mentioned, let's try the IDEs forum.
Henry Wong
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I would like to know which is the profiler mostly used in software industry. I would like it to get used in my company.


In terms of "corporate standards", I noticed (from my small sampling of projects in large companies) that Wily (now owned by CA) seems to be the most prevalent. I have also seen a few IT shops that have standardize on Yourkit. Mercury also seems very much in use -- but in that case, it is mostly for their load generator, and not for their profiler.

Henry

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Mourouganandame Arunachalam
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Have a look at this URL for the open source profilers in java.

However, personally I love netbeans profiler.

Mourougan


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