[erlang-questions] profiling network apps: fprof vs sequential tracing

Björn-Egil Dahlberg egil@REDACTED
Mon Sep 20 09:52:32 CEST 2010

On 2010-09-17 20:25, Fred Hebert wrote:
> 2010/9/17 Björn-Egil Dahlberg<egil@REDACTED>
>> You can use eprof to find processes + code that produces bottlenecks. It is
>> somewhat limited compared to fprof (no callgraph for instance) but is is
>> much much faster (especially after the rewrite to r14) and will likely
>> identify problematic intersections of processes and code.
>> Regards,
>> Björn-Egil
>> Erlang/OTP
> I'm not sure when the rewrite happened, but I just tested this on R14A
> (confirmed by joelr on R14B) and it seems like there is a bug with
> eprof:analyse/2. Whenever there is no option passed, the sort defaults to
> {sort, time}. However, whenever an option is passed (either {sort, calls} or
> {sort, time}), the output is sorted by the number of calls.

I will look into it.

// Björn-Egil

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