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good code and memory profiler

 
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Can someone steer me in the right direction for a good code and memory profiler? Cost is no issue (i.e. I don't want it to be a free version of one).

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We are using JProfiler and are quite satisfied. Don't have much experience with other products, though.
 
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In your opinion how is this product for analyzing static code, and dependencies?
 
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Please try
Borland's optimizeitsuite forjava
 
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Originally posted by Steve Chambers:
In your opinion how is this product for analyzing static code, and dependencies?



Not at all. It's a profiler, not a static code analyzer.

Perhaps it would help if you told us what you actually want to do with the tool...
 
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I want a tool to profile my programs (memory, garbage collection). Along with this I also want to do static code analysis. Is there a tool out there where I can do both of these things or do I have to purchase seperate tools?
 
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Steve,
Are you looking to do a first cut dev env optimization, or looking for visibility into high transaction production env ?

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Virag

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The product would ideally be used in the dev environment and also in the testing environment. Does this answer your question Virag?
 
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I would recommend Quest JProbe Suite. They've a memory debugger to check for memory leaks & a profiler to find bottlenecks. One thing to note is that your system needs to be powerful enough, especially if you're working on J2EE.
 
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Steve,
Thanks for the clarification. In the development environment, you'll probably run it in single user mode, and can afford to take the hit of JVMPI/JVMTI. Something which integrates well with your IDE would work well, like NetBeans IDE Profiler.

When running in a test environment, the overhead of JVMPI/AOP based profilers becomes significant, specially when running a multi-user load test. When you are willing to live with 20-30% overhead, you can try byte code instrumentation. For true scalability tests, where you want the overhead of the analysis to be below 1%, you could consider Auptyma's Java Application Monitor.

With bytecode instrumentation, you can get lower overheads but you'll need to get experts who'll only be focused on optimizing the instrumentation points without sacrificing visibility.

Hope that helps.
 
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Hi Ranchers ,

Is there any free profile which can be plugged in with Eclipse ? I am thinking about Visual Vm .. Eclipse TPTP is in archieve mode... Also tryingfind the usability of jconsole with eclipse...Please suggest me which free tool should i i use ?

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Waking up a very old thread!

Please check this https://coderanch.com/t/643434/Performance/java/Eclipse-TPTP-visual-Vm. It is a very recent query posted, very relevant to what you have asked.

Anyways JConsole doesn't have profiling features. It supports monitoring the java application via JMX port. This things you can monitor there are CPU usage, Heap Usage, GC Collection times and frequencies, Threads and their status.
 
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