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Thu Nov 4 10:58:10 EDT 2010
On 11/04/2010 03:54 PM, William Bulley wrote:
> In year's gone by, one could profile the execution performance of
> a C program by instrumenting it at compile time for the purposes of
> using prof(1) or gprof(1) subsequently to get run time statistics.
> I have found DProf.pm and DProfPP.pm on CPAN (thanks Ron!) which it
> seems is a comparable solution for Perl scripts at the command line.
> What I am wondering about is this: is there a way to profile a CGI
> Application script given that doing same from the command line is
> problematical, if not impossible?
These days you should be using Devel::NYTProf. It has an Apache plugin
that makes profiling web requests a breeze.
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