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Re: [Xen-devel] RE: Updated XenMon Patch

  • To: Jeffrey Buell <jbuell@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • From: Diwaker Gupta <diwaker.lists@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2005 06:33:21 -0700
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> I didn't mean to imply that XenMon is deficient in any way.  Only that it is
> a different kind of performance tool than, say, a function-level tool like
> Xenoprof.  XenMon works well for me now, the only suggestion I have is to
> improve the formatting of the notlive output:  some numbers are printed with
> 12 significant figures and the columns are not well-aligned.

And I didn't think you did! :-) Its really good to see someone
actually using the tool, and so I was just interested in getting some
more feedback from you. Like Rob said, we didn't really pay much
attention to notlive output. Those 12 digits are a Python thing --
numbers are rarely that precise. We'll try to improve it. Thanks

I think XenMon and XenoProf are complementary, and useful for
different kinds of analysis. Neither is a panacea for profiling by

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