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JVMTI Profiling : Aggregated Stats Problem [message #116704] Mon, 29 October 2007 20:53 Go to next message
Chris Elford is currently offline Chris Elford
Messages: 9
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,

I'm launching (from the workbench) an aggregated execution statistics
for a simple hello world application. I have set a filter to * * INCLUDE.


After execution finishes, in the executionStatistics tab, I see that
method java.lang.String.charAt(int) char was called 8190 times. This is
great. When I choose "show method invocation details" for this method it
goes to the method invocation details tab. Here, the middle pane shows
the number of times that each caller called the method. Unfortunately the
counts appear to be bogus because it only accounts for 17 out of the 8190
times that the method was called. (it lists 9 different methods with an
"invoked by column of between 1 and 3). I was expecting to see the
"invoked by" column add up to 8190. I'm not really finding any methods
with a high call count that have the middle frame in the invocation
details add up to the call count.

Any idea what I'm doing wrong? I have no filters enabled and am running
on x86 windows.

Thanks,
Chris
Re: JVMTI Profiling : Aggregated Stats Problem [message #116779 is a reply to message #116704] Tue, 30 October 2007 19:09 Go to previous message
Chris Elford is currently offline Chris Elford
Messages: 9
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I've searched thru the trace xml file and the 8190 count appears to be
correct. Its looking like something is wrong on the workbench side. I'll
file a bugzilla and attach a trace file.

Thx,
Chris
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