ProfilerThreadDump

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This page describes getting a threads dump from the profiled application.
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This page describes getting a thread dump from the profiled application.
The thread dump can be taken whenever the profiler is connected to a process, no matter what the current profiling mode is. However, to take a thread dump with minimal overhead on the profiled application, start a '''Telemetry''' profiling session - see [[ProfilerTelemetry|Profiling Telemetry]].
The thread dump can be taken whenever the profiler is connected to a process, no matter what the current profiling mode is. However, to take a thread dump with minimal overhead on the profiled application, start a '''Telemetry''' profiling session - see [[ProfilerTelemetry|Profiling Telemetry]].
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Once the profiling session runs, the threads dump can be taken by clicking the '''Thread dump''' action in '''Process section''' of the Profiler window toolbar.
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Once the profiling session runs, the thread dump can be taken by clicking the '''Thread dump''' button in Process section of the Profiler window toolbar.
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Eventually the thread dump is opened in a separate window. It displays call stacks of each thread at the point of creating the dump, with links to source code of the calls.
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Revision as of 15:21, 9 October 2015

Getting Thread Dump

This page describes getting a thread dump from the profiled application.

The thread dump can be taken whenever the profiler is connected to a process, no matter what the current profiling mode is. However, to take a thread dump with minimal overhead on the profiled application, start a Telemetry profiling session - see Profiling Telemetry.

Once the profiling session runs, the thread dump can be taken by clicking the Thread dump button in Process section of the Profiler window toolbar.

Eventually the thread dump is opened in a separate window. It displays call stacks of each thread at the point of creating the dump, with links to source code of the calls.



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