YourKit Java Profiler is a CPU and memory profiler that makes it easy to solve wide range of CPU- and memory-related performance problems. It features automatic leak detection, powerful tools for the analysis of memory distribution, an object heap browser, comprehensive memory tests as part of your JUnit testing process, extremely low profiling overhead, transparent deobfuscation support, and integration with Eclipse, JBuilder, IntelliJ IDEA, NetBeans, and JDeveloper IDEs.
|Tags||Software Development Testing Quality Assurance Debuggers|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows Windows Mac OS X Solaris HP-UX FreeBSD AIX AIX|
Release Notes: The agent log file could not be created if the session name contained invalid file name characters.
Release Notes: This release fixes sampled allocation recording, which might crash the profiled application if CPU sampling had never been started. The bundled JRE has been upgraded to Java 7.
Release Notes: Support for FreeBSD 8 has improved. Loading of snapshots with a large amount of GC is greatly optimized. This release solves some issues with JBoss, GlassFish, and OSGI Felix.
Release Notes: Two new platforms were supported: Linux ARM and Linux PPC. CPU tracing overhead was significantly reduced. There is new "Duplicate Strings" memory inspection. Profiler utilizes all available CPU core for calculations. The Jetty Web server is supported. There are many bugfixes, improvements, and UI polishings.
Release Notes: This new major release contains a lot of new features, improvements, and bugfixes. Support of AIX (ppc and ppc64) platform was added. A new "triggers" feature allows users to automatically perform different actions on particular events (high CPU or memory usage, execution of method, etc.). Allocation recording can gather the garbage collector statistics per class. Performance snapshots can be extracted from memory snapshots. Calibration accuracy of CPU tracing was improved. CPU usage and time spent in garbage collector are now shown on the same graph. As usual, many improvements to the UI were implemented.