Allocation Profiler Results - Overview

Applies to AQTime 8.81, last modified on March 03, 2021

The Allocation profiler traces the use of classes that are added to class-level areas. Like other AQTime profilers, the Allocation profiler generates results upon selecting Run > Get Results from AQTime’s main menuselecting AQTime > Get Results from Visual Studio’s main menuselecting AQTime > Get Results from RAD Studio’s main menu, running the Get Results action, or after the application terminates. The following sections provide a brief overview of results and panels that hold them:

Viewing Summary Profiling Results

The Summary panel displays brief profiling results. It reports classes with the maximum number of existing instances, classes with the maximum number of created instances and so on:

Allocation Profiler - Summary Panel

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Allocation Profiler - Summary Panel

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Allocation Profiler - Summary Panel

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Viewing Detailed Information

Information about all the classes and their instances that are used by the application is shown in the Report panel. Below is a sample output of the Allocation profiler:

Sample Output of the Allocation Profiler

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Sample Output of the Allocation Profiler

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Sample Output of the Allocation Profiler

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As you can see, the profiling results are divided into two categories in the Explorer panel: Classes Data and Objects. The contents of the Report panel depend on which category is currently selected:

When you select an object or a memory block in the Report panel, you can view additional information (for example, the hierarchy of object references or a stack of function calls) in the Details, Call Graph and Call Tree panels. For a detailed description of the Allocation profiler panels, refer to the Allocation Profiler Panels Reference.

See Also

Report Panel
Details Panel
Call Graph Panel
Call Tree Panel
Allocation Profiler

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