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EJ Technologies JProfiler 4.0.2 Linux

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JProfiler is an award-winning all-in-one Java
profiler. JProfiler's intuitive GUI helps you find
performance bottlenecks, pin down memory leaks and
resolve threading issues.

JProfiler 4 introduces the following notable new

Support for the new profiling interface in Java 1.5
and 1.6 (JVMTI). While the old profiling interface
(JVMPI) is still supported in Java 1.5, it will be
removed in Java 1.6. Also, the JVMTI has a number of
advantages: Taking a heap snapshot is much more stable
and requires less memory than with JVMPI. It also
works with all garbage collectors. Based on the new
functionality in JVMTI, JProfiler offers a new "All
objects" view that shows all objects on the heap. This
provides useful supplemental information to the
"Recorded objects" view. The "All objects" view is
only visible when you profile with Java >=1.5.

A non-blocking startup mode. You can now start your
application server with profiling enabled and attach
JProfiler at any later time. JProfiler 4 offers
on-demand profiling since it now creates a very small
overhead when CPU and allocation recording are
switched off. In addition, with JProfiler 4 we now
recommend to profile with the hotspot compiler
enabled. Furthermore, JProfiler 4 consumes less memory
and is faster, even when you record CPU and allocation
data. All of this means that you can use JProfiler in
a production environment, should the need occur.

Aggregation level selectors in the call tree and hot
spot views. You can choose whether you would like
display methods, classes, packages or J2EE components.
The screenshot below shows the call tree for the
"packages" aggregation level. As visual enhancements
to the call tree, informative type icons are displayed
for all nodes and a percentage bar is now drawn after
the icon that gives quick visual feedback about total
and inherent time. Filtered classes are now drawn with
a red marker.

Aggregation level selectors for the "Recorded objects"
view, the "All objects" view and the classes view of
the heap walker. Available aggregation levels are
"classes", "packages" and "J2EE components".

J2EE component detection. JProfiler can now recognize
servlets, JSPs and EJBs and displays them with
separate icons and display names in the call trees and
hot spot backtraces. This works for all application
servers without any additional configuration. Note the
blue triangle for the JSP page and the red triangle
for the EJB method. JProfiler substitutes
container-generated class names with file names of
JSPs and the EJB interface names. The makes the
interpretation of the call tree much easier.

JProfiler can now measure JDBC, JMS and JNDI calls and
annotate them into the call tree. This works
independently of the implementation of drivers and
providers and does not need any configuration. All
J2EE service calls are grouped by their type and
subsequently by their description.

Call tree splitting for request URLs. JProfiler can
now split the call tree every time a new request URL
is passed to a servlet or JSP. The exact splitting
criteria can be configured or even performed with a
custom handler through the API. This feature allows
you to analyze the call tree separately for separate
classes of requests. In addition, it helps you to
pinpoint URLs that are performance bottlenecks.

Hot spot types. Previously, JProfiler would only
display hot spots for method calls. Now, JProfiler can
also calculate hotspots for JDBC calls, JMS calls,
JNDI calls and URL invocations. This feature allows
you to analyze the call tree separately for separate
classes of requests. In addition, it helps you to
pinpoint URLs that are performance bottlenecks. Be
you see a list of URL hot spots.

Bookmarks. Often it is important compare different
views at the same time. In JProfiler 4, you can set a
bookmark in one view and have it displayed in all
time-resolved views at the same point in time. You can
add a marker at the current time with the bookmark
toolbar button or place markers at times in the pa
with the context menu. Bookmarks have a description
that is displayed in a tooltip window when you hover
with the mouse over the bookmark line. All bookmarks
can be renamed manually.

Recording of object allocation times. You can now
optionally record the allocation times for recorded
objects. This allocation time will be displayed in
reference graph and the data view of the heap walker.
What's most important, you can now sort your object
sets chronologically, either oldest first or newest

Time view in the heap walker. The new time view in the
heap walker shows you a time-resolved histogram of
object allocations. You can select multiple time
intervals and create new object sets based on your
selection. Together with the new bookmark feature,
it's now possible to answer a new class of
memory-related questions.

The heap walker can now calculate the exclusive deep
size of single objects or object sets. The exclusive
deep size is the amount of memory that would be fr
if the object or objects set in question would be
removed. In this way you can determine how much memory
is really held on to by one or multiple objects. The
exclusive deep size is displayed in the reference
graph and the data view of the heap walker.

You can now select multiple references in the
cumulated references view of the heap walker. This
enhances the flexibility when creating new object

A hierarchical top-to-bottom layouter was added to the
reference graph in the heap walker. This makes it
easier to read long chains of references.

For Java <=1.4 (JVMPI), you can now optionally not
record primitive object data in the heap walker. This
reduces the memory requirement during a heap snapshot.
When profiling with Java >=1.5 (JVMTI), primitive
object data is always requested on demand, so this
option will not be visible.

Integration of recorded objects view and allocation
views. To make it easier to jump from the recorded
object view to the allocation views, the context menu
offers actions for calculating the allocation call
tree or the allocation hot spots for a selected class.
The allocation call tree and the allocation hot spots
are now class-resolved by default.

Threshold for the call tree. In order to be able to
focus on the most time-consuming methods, you can
define a threshold for the inherent time in the call
tree view settings. Only methods with an inherent time
greater than the defined percentage of the total time
will be displayed. Intermediate method nodes below the
threshold that have to be drawn in order to complete
the call tree are displayed with a grayed out icon.

Remove unconnected methods in the call graph. When
work with the call graph, you can end up with lots of
unconnected methods if you delete call nodes. To help
you clean up the call graph, an action was added that
removes all methods that are not connected to the
selected method.

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