readprofile Package

readprofile Module

readprofile - a tool to read kernel profiling information

The readprofile command uses the /proc/profile information to print ascii data on standard output. The output is organized in three columns: the first is the number of clock ticks, the second is the name of the C function in the kernel where those many ticks occurred, and the third is the normalized `load’ of the procedure, calculated as a ratio between the number of ticks and the length of the procedure. The output is filled with blanks to ease readability.

class autotest.client.profilers.readprofile.readprofile.readprofile(job)[source]

Bases: autotest.client.profiler.profiler

version = 1