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gmon 7.2 was available to download from the developer's website when we last checked. We cannot confirm if there is a free download of this software available. The most popular versions among gmon users are 7.2, 7.1 and 1.0.
Gmon lies within Photo & Graphics Tools, more precisely Converters. We recommend checking the downloaded files with any free antivirus. This free tool was originally produced by IBM. The program's installer files are generally known as Gmon Unlimited.exe or gmon.exe etc.
gmon allows you to graphically monitor several AIX 5.3TL5 , AIX6, Linux LPars and/or VIO Serversrunning on POWER5, POWER6 or POWER7 servers - from a PC or Laptop running Windows. gmon has a very high refresh rate (1sec - 4secs) and is best used as a Demonstration tool oras an Educational tool to help you learn and "see" how POWER Virtualization works in action "real time".
To use gprof, the sources need to be compiled with a special (-pg) compiler option. This directs the gcc compiler to add special calls to the generated code (more about this later). I can instrument all of my application code or only a part of it. Instrumenting only a part of it makes sense if I want to limit the overhead (FLASH, RAM) created in the instrumented (.elf) image (more about this later too). The instrumented image will collect the profiling information which then is written to the gmon.out file.
gmon.h implements the interface to gmon.c. It declares the data structures and contains the configuration parameters. Calling _mcleanup() will write the output file. _monInit() has to be called from the startup code in case the startup code is instrumented too.
gmon.c implements the function counting with _mcount_internal() and the data writing with _mcleanup(). The implementation uses a global flag already_setup: the first time arcs get created, it will allocate memory using malloc().
Hi Erich,I am trying to profile on ARM Cortex A53 ( _Cortex-A53). Will your code work for this processor? Talking about gmon.c, profiles.S, etc. Or do I need to rewrite some parts? Any help most appreciated.
gmon allows you to graphically monitor several AIX 5.3TL5 , AIX6, Linux LPars and/or VIO Serversrunning on POWER5, POWER6 or POWER7 servers - from a PC or Laptop running Windows.gmon has a very high refresh rate (1sec - 4secs) and is best used as a Demonstration tool oras an Educational tool to help you learn and "see" how POWER Virtualization works in action "real time".gmon also now has the ability to "playback" nmon files - up to 8 nmon files can be played back at once.
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Verify any Anti-Virus programs are off, or disabled and continue to retry the update until the server reconnects and allows an update. (If you are unsure how to disable your Anti-Virus program please refer to your user manual for that software.
Advantage III is Derive Systems custom tuning software suite.Currently, Advantage supports most 1996 and newer Ford, GM, and DCX applications. There are exceptions, but for the most part, it covers a wide variety. There is even support from some older non-OBD2 vehicles.Custom tuning dealers around the world use Advantage to create custom calibrations for various vehicles.Advantage III is essentially a graphical user interface used to change the OEM calibration. We can modify thousands of parameters such as spark, fuel, boost, torque management, and transmission tuning, etc.
After successful execution, the program will produce a file named "gmon.out" that contains the profiling information, but in a raw form, which means that you cannot open the file and directly read the information. To generate a human readable file, run the following command:
You are correct / my mistake. It has usb 2.0 and 3.0 ports. I am going to uninstall driver/software for adaptor and see what I get. I am also going to try usb/vga adaptor with monitor on my laptop to see what i get. Both computers are running Win8.
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Gprof calculates the amount of time spent in each routine.Next, these times are propagated along the edges of the call graph.Cycles are discovered, and calls into a cycle are made to share the timeof the cycle.Several forms of output are available from the analysis.The flat profile shows how much time your program spent in each function,and how many times that function was called. If you simply want to knowwhich functions burn most of the cycles, it is stated concisely here.The call graph shows, for each function, which functions called it, whichother functions it called, and how many times. There is also an estimateof how much time was spent in the subroutines of each function. This cansuggest places where you might try to eliminate function calls that use alot of time. The annotated source listing is a copy of the program’ssource code, labeled with the number of times each line of theprogram was executed. OPTIONSThese options specify which of several output formatsgprof should produce.Many of these options take an optional symspec to specifyfunctions to be included or excluded. These options can bespecified multiple times, with different symspecs, to includeor exclude sets of symbols. Specifying any of these options overrides the default (-p -q),which prints a flat profile and call graph analysisfor all functions.TagDescription-A[symspec]--annotated-source[=symspec]The -A option causes gprof to print annotated source code.If symspec is specified, print output only for matching symbols.-b--briefIf the -b option is given, gprof doesn’t print theverbose blurbs that try to explain the meaning of all of the fields inthe tables. This is useful if you intend to print out the output, orare tired of seeing the blurbs.-C[symspec]--exec-counts[=symspec]The -C option causes gprof toprint a tally of functions and the number of times each was called.If symspec is specified, print tally only for matching symbols.If the profile data file contains basic-block count records, specifyingthe -l option, along with -C, will cause basic-blockexecution counts to be tallied and displayed.-i--file-infoThe -i option causes gprof to display summary informationabout the profile data file(s) and then exit. The number of histogram,call graph, and basic-block count records is displayed.-I dirs--directory-path=dirsThe -I option specifies a list of search directories inwhich to find source files. Environment variable GPROF_PATHcan also be used to convey this information.Used mostly for annotated source output.-J[symspec]--no-annotated-source[=symspec]The -J option causes gprof not toprint annotated source code.If symspec is specified, gprof prints annotated source,but excludes matching symbols.-L--print-pathNormally, source filenames are printed with the pathcomponent suppressed. The -L option causes gprofto print the full pathname ofsource filenames, which is determinedfrom symbolic debugging information in the image fileand is relative to the directory in which the compilerwas invoked.-p[symspec]--flat-profile[=symspec]The -p option causes gprof to print a flat profile.If symspec is specified, print flat profile only for matching symbols.-P[symspec]--no-flat-profile[=symspec]The -P option causes gprof to suppress printing a flat profile.If symspec is specified, gprof prints a flat profile,but excludes matching symbols.-q[symspec]--graph[=symspec]The -q option causes gprof to print the call graph analysis.If symspec is specified, print call graph only for matching symbolsand their children.-Q[symspec]--no-graph[=symspec]The -Q option causes gprof to suppress printing thecall graph.If symspec is specified, gprof prints a call graph,but excludes matching symbols.-t--table-length=numThe -t option causes the num most active source lines ineach source file to be listed when source annotation is enabled. Thedefault is 10.-y--separate-filesThis option affects annotated source output only.Normally, gprof prints annotated source filesto standard-output. If this option is specified,annotated source for a file named path/filenameis generated in the file filename-ann. If the underlyingfile system would truncate filename-ann so that itoverwrites the original filename, gprof generatesannotated source in the file filename.ann instead (if theoriginal file name has an extension, that extension is replacedwith .ann).-Z[symspec]--no-exec-counts[=symspec]The -Z option causes gprof not toprint a tally of functions and the number of times each was called.If symspec is specified, print tally, but exclude matching symbols.-r--function-orderingThe --function-ordering option causes gprof to print asuggested function ordering for the program based on profiling data.This option suggests an ordering which may improve paging, tlb andcache behavior for the program on systems which support arbitraryordering of functions in an executable.The exact details of how to force the linker to place functionsin a particular order is system dependent and out of the scope of thismanual.-R map_file--file-ordering map_fileThe --file-ordering option causes gprof to print asuggested .o link line ordering for the program based on profiling data.This option suggests an ordering which may improve paging, tlb andcache behavior for the program on systems which do not support arbitraryordering of functions in an executable.Use of the -a argument is highly recommended with this option.The map_file argument is a pathname to a file which providesfunction name to object file mappings. The format of the file is similar tothe output of the program nm. c-parse.o:00000000 T yyparse c-parse.o:00000004 C yyerrflag c-lang.o:00000000 T maybe_objc_method_name c-lang.o:00000000 T print_lang_statistics c-lang.o:00000000 T recognize_objc_keyword c-decl.o:00000000 T print_lang_identifier c-decl.o:00000000 T print_lang_type ...To create a map_file with GNU nm, type a command likenm --extern-only --defined-only -v --print-file-name program-name.-T--traditionalThe -T option causes gprof to print its output intraditional BSD style.-w width--width=widthSets width of output lines to width.Currently only used when printing the function index at the bottomof the call graph.-x--all-linesThis option affects annotated source output only.By default, only the lines at the beginning of a basic-blockare annotated. If this option is specified, every line ina basic-block is annotated by repeating the annotation for thefirst line. This behavior is similar to tcov’s -a.--demangle[=style]--no-demangleThese options control whether C++ symbol names should be demangled whenprinting output. The default is to demangle symbols. The--no-demangle option may be used to turn off demangling. Differentcompilers have different mangling styles. The optional demangling styleargument can be used to choose an appropriate demangling style for yourcompiler.Analysis OptionsTagDescription-a--no-staticThe -a option causes gprof to suppress the printing ofstatically declared (private) functions. (These are functions whosenames are not listed as global, and which are not visible outside thefile/function/block where they were defined.) Time spent in thesefunctions, calls to/from them, etc., will all be attributed to thefunction that was loaded directly before it in the executable file.This option affects both the flat profile and the call graph.-c--static-call-graphThe -c option causes the call graph of the program to beaugmented by a heuristic which examines the text space of the objectfile and identifies function calls in the binary machine code.Since normal call graph records are only generated when functions areentered, this option identifies children that could have been called,but never were. Calls to functions that were not compiled withprofiling enabled are also identified, but only if symbol tableentries are present for them.Calls to dynamic library routines are typically not foundby this option.Parents or children identified via this heuristicare indicated in the call graph with call counts of 0.-D--ignore-non-functionsThe -D option causes gprof to ignore symbols whichare not known to be functions. This option will give more accurateprofile data on systems where it is supported (Solaris and HPUX forexample).-k from/toThe -k option allows you to delete from the call graph any arcs fromsymbols matching symspec from to those matching symspec to.-l--lineThe -l option enables line-by-line profiling, which causeshistogram hits to be charged to individual source code lines,instead of functions.If the program was compiled with basic-block counting enabled,this option will also identify how many times each line ofcode was executed.While line-by-line profiling can help isolate where in a large functiona program is spending its time, it also significantly increasesthe running time of gprof, and magnifies statisticalinaccuracies.-m num--min-count=numThis option affects execution count output only.Symbols that are executed less than num times are suppressed.-nsymspec--time=symspecThe -n option causes gprof, in its call graph analysis,to only propagate times for symbols matching symspec.-Nsymspec--no-time=symspecThe -n option causes gprof, in its call graph analysis,not to propagate times for symbols matching symspec.-z--display-unused-functionsIf you give the -z option, gprof will mention allfunctions in the flat profile, even those that were never called, andthat had no time spent in them. This is useful in conjunction with the-c option for discovering which routines were never called.Miscellaneous OptionsTagDescription-d[num]--debug[=num]The -d num option specifies debugging options.If num is not specified, enable all debugging.-h--helpThe -h option prints command line usage.-Oname--file-format=nameSelects the format of the profile data files. Recognized formats areauto (the default), bsd, 4.4bsd, magic, andprof (not yet supported).-s--sumThe -s option causes gprof to summarize the informationin the profile data files it read in, and write out a profile datafile called gmon.sum, which contains all the information fromthe profile data files that gprof read in. The file gmon.summay be one of the specified input files; the effect of this is tomerge the data in the other input files into gmon.sum.Eventually you can run gprof again without -s to analyze thecumulative data in the file gmon.sum.-v--versionThe -v flag causes gprof to print the current versionnumber, and then exit.Deprecated OptionsThese options have been replaced with newer versions that use symspecs.TagDescription-e function_nameThe -e function option tells gprof to not printinformation about the function function_name (and itschildren...) in the call graph. The function will still be listedas a child of any functions that call it, but its index number will beshown as [not printed]. More than one -e option may begiven; only one function_name may be indicated with each -eoption.-E function_nameThe -E function option works like the -e option, buttime spent in the function (and children who were not called fromanywhere else), will not be used to compute the percentages-of-time forthe call graph. More than one -E option may be given; only onefunction_name may be indicated with each -E option.-f function_nameThe -f function option causes gprof to limit thecall graph to the function function_name and its children (andtheir children...). More than one -f option may be given;only one function_name may be indicated with each -foption. -F function_nameThe -F function option works like the -f option, butonly time spent in the function and its children (and theirchildren...) will be used to determine total-time andpercentages-of-time for the call graph. More than one -F optionmay be given; only one function_name may be indicated with each-F option. The -F option overrides the -E option.FILESTagDescriptiona.outthe namelist and text space.gmon.outdynamic call graph and profile.gmon.sumsummarized dynamic call graph and profile. EXAMPLESConsider below program for which you need to generate profiling data: TestGprof.c 2b1af7f3a8