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problem in monitoring app with jprofiler, each time getting different time

 
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Hello all,
we are using jprofiler to monitor the performance of our application, but the problem is when i am monitering the same product(app), i am getting different-2 time taken by that application, i did five times and each time i got different time.
35061ms
36186ms
34626ms
38797ms
35789ms

why is this?
 
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Wel punit,
As far as i know, profiler gives approximate time taken by a thread to complete a process. This time depends on availability of resources and other processes running on your machine. So it is quite obvious that it will give you different time durations in every run. But overall the purpose of profiler is to give you a rough outline of which threads need optimization.
 
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thanks mahesh, and you mean that it also depends on my machine and server load?
 
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Yes off course.
 
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