[eclipse-users] ECLiPSe Profiler Question

From: Christian Pfaller <pfaller_at_...49...>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 13:32:59 +0200
Dear All,

When using the ECLiPSe timing profiler I get results where for a large 
amount of time no module or predicate can be identified e. g. 88% of 
time were spent in module '?' and predicate '?' - the result looks like 
this:

Predicate	      Module	    %Time   Time   %Cum
--------------------------------------------------------
?                     ?             88.0% 531.19s  88.0%
store_get_        /4  sepia_kernel   6.2%  37.54s  94.2%
add_attribute     /3  sepia_kernel   1.3%   8.09s  95.5%
functor           /3  sepia_kernel   1.3%   7.99s  96.8%
insert_suspension /4  sepia_kernel   1.3%   7.72s  98.1%
set_priority      /1  sepia_kernel   0.4%   2.34s  98.5%
get_priority      /1  sepia_kernel   0.4%   2.15s  98.9%
unify_ic          /3  ic_kernel      0.2%   1.35s  99.1%
set_up_ic_con     /3  ic_constrain   0.2%   1.26s  99.3%
notify_constrained/1  sepia_kernel   0.2%   1.22s  99.5%
add_new_sic_attrib/3  ic_symbolic    0.2%   1.15s  99.7%
schedule_woken    /1  sepia_kernel   0.1%   0.64s  99.8%
=..               /2  sepia_kernel   0.0%   0.25s  99.8%
concat_strings    /3  sepia_kernel   0.0%   0.23s  99.9%
unify_attributes  /2  sepia_kernel   0.0%   0.22s  99.9%
unify_ic_symbolic /3  ic_symbolic    0.0%   0.17s  99.9%
sync_ic_symbolic  /2  ic_symbolic    0.0%   0.16s 100.0%
atom_string       /2  sepia_kernel   0.0%   0.12s 100.0%
has_domain_range  /5  ic_symbolic    0.0%   0.10s 100.0%
transitionUBattUeb/6  eclipse        0.0%   0.04s 100.0%

Of course the executed predicates behind the question mark are the ones 
of interest to me ...

Is there a way that the profiler won't show the question mark but does 
resolve the actual predicates which were executed?

I'm using the 64bit Linux v5.10 #47 ECLiPSe.


Thanks in advance,
Christian
Received on Tue Apr 10 2007 - 12:33:24 CEST

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