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    SubjectRe: gprof cannot profile multi-threaded programs
    Mohit Aron wrote:
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    > > http://opensource.corel.com/cprof.html
    > >
    > > I haven't used it yet, myself.
    > >
    >
    > I have. cprof is no good - extremely slow and generates a 100MB trace
    > even with a simple hello world program.

    Oh. Bleh.

    http://wordindex.sourceforge.net/testdata/usenet.col-20000817-1548/028-123.col.txt.txt
    mentioned a workaround for gprof, I don't know if it's real:

    > AFAIK gprof doesn't support multithreaded apps profiling, but you can
    > workaround it if you call getitimer() in the main thread for ITIMER_PROF
    > then using that value in a call to setitimer() in every thread you
    > spawn. Other alternative is using the open source cprof by Corel [I
    > never

    - Dan
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