gprof profiling of multi-threaded Cygwin programs
Thu Feb 18 11:29:00 GMT 2016
On Feb 18 10:59, Jon Turney wrote:
> Thanks for this.
> On 17/02/2016 05:28, Mark Geisert wrote:
> >There is a behavioral change that ought to be documented somewhere: If
> >a gmon.out file exists when a profiled application exits, the app will
> >now dump its profiling info into another file gmon.outXXXXXX where
> >mkstemp() replaces the Xs with random alphanumerics. I added this
> >functionality to allow a profiled program to fork() yet retain profiling
> >info for both parent and child. The old behavior was to simply
> >overwrite any existing gmon.out file.
> Did you consider making the filename deterministic (e.g. based on pid or
> such) rather than random?
> With a random filename, if you have a process which forks more than once,
> working out which gmon.out* file corresponds to which process could be
> A brief search tells me that apparently glibc supports the (undocumented)
> GMON_OUT_PREFIX env var which enables a similar behaviour.
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