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profiling was application inside wsad - performance [message #16255] Wed, 20 April 2005 13:12 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: mark_lybarger.yahoo.com

i'm trying to profile a was deployed web application from within wsad.
the application is VERY VERY slow to startup.

i even tried to profile a jboss application, and it was very slow to
startup. without having * * EXCLUDE in the filters.txt, i couldn't even
get my app to deploy. but then i couldn't see any thing going on in my
app. here was my filters.txt using jboss:

* * EXCLUDE
org.test.* * INCLUDE

i guess i thought it would work kinda like an /etc/hosts file. i could
exclude everything, then include only what i wanted. didn'tw ork that way.
there was nothing on my app (after using it) in the profile file.

any ideas on getting some performance on this thing would be very very
helpfull. also is there some docs on tweaking the filters.txt for someone
who only wants to profile their application code under a j2ee server? the
default didn't seem to cut it, and even adding javax.* and org.jboss.*
didn't seem to help.

thanks!
~mark
Re: profiling was application inside wsad - performance [message #18739 is a reply to message #16255] Fri, 27 May 2005 03:23 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: nobody.nobody.com

Mark,

The profiling agent filters work the opposite way. The first filter that
matches the class/method starting from the top of the file is used. If you
try

org.test.* * INCLUDE
* * EXCLUDE

it should work better. Only org.test.* classes will be included in the
trace.

Dave


"mark" <mark_lybarger@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1c0842258d79c27a174a6884fb46fb18$1@www.eclipse.org...
> i'm trying to profile a was deployed web application from within wsad.
> the application is VERY VERY slow to startup.
>
> i even tried to profile a jboss application, and it was very slow to
> startup. without having * * EXCLUDE in the filters.txt, i couldn't even
> get my app to deploy. but then i couldn't see any thing going on in my
> app. here was my filters.txt using jboss:
>
> * * EXCLUDE
> org.test.* * INCLUDE
>
> i guess i thought it would work kinda like an /etc/hosts file. i could
> exclude everything, then include only what i wanted. didn'tw ork that way.
> there was nothing on my app (after using it) in the profile file.
>
> any ideas on getting some performance on this thing would be very very
> helpfull. also is there some docs on tweaking the filters.txt for someone
> who only wants to profile their application code under a j2ee server? the
> default didn't seem to cut it, and even adding javax.* and org.jboss.*
> didn't seem to help.
>
> thanks!
> ~mark
>
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