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Jprofiler 9 1 REPACK Keygen 13



To perform an unattended installation, execute the installer with the -q command line argument. To set licensing information in that case, pass -Vjprofiler.licenseKey=[license key] -Vjprofiler.licenseName=[user name] and optionally -Vjprofiler.licenseCompany=[company name] as command line arguments. If you have a floating license, please use FLOAT:[server name or IP address] instead of the license key. A console installer mode is also available if you pass the -c command line argument.




Jprofiler 9 1 Keygen 13



Locally launched sessions can be converted to standalone sessions with the conversion wizards by invoking Session->Conversion Wizards from the main menu. Convert Application Session to Remote simply creates a start script and inserts the -agentpath VM parameter into the Java call. Convert Application Session to Offline creates a start script for offline profiling which means that the config is loaded on startup and the JProfiler GUI is not required. Convert Application Session to Redistributed Session does the same thing, but creates a directory jprofiler_redist next to it that contains the profiling agent as well as the config file so you can ship it to a different machine where JProfiler is not installed.


If you wish to set the displayed name yourself, for example because you have several processes with the same main class that would otherwise be undistinguishable, you can set the VM parameter -Djprofiler.displayName=[name]. If the name contains spaces, use single quotes: -Djprofiler.displayName='My name with spaces' and quote the entire VM parameter with double quotes if necessary. In addition to -Djprofiler.displayName JProfiler also recognizes -Dvisualvm.display.name.


Having used both JProfiler and Yourkit recently I find that yourkit is far superior for memory problem analysis and strongly prefer jprofiler for performance analysis. Yourkit's memory analysis seems to be much easier and intuitive. For performance analysis on yourkit I have been unsuccessful in resolving any performance issue I have tried to resolve with yourkit. JProfiler shows more accurate and concise information for performance analysis with the exact number of method invocations and percent time spent in each method. I have yet to find this in yourkit. It seems yourkit just gives sampling information which is not accurate unless you are measuring thousands of invocations.


i've used yourkit and it is a very nice profiler, the best i've ever used in java (i've used a variety of others over the years). that being said, i've never used jprofiler, so i can't give a direct comparison.


To conclude: Manually editing the jprofiler_config.xml and adding count=1 as attribute to my timer solves the problem here. Hopefully, JProfiler will fix the bug soon. I reported the bug on their homepage.


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