Applies to AQtime 8.71, last modified on December 5, 2018
The Performance profiler is used to monitor the performance of 32-bit and 64-bit applications.
The following topics provide detailed information about the Performance profiler.
Provides a general overview of AQtime’s Performance profiler.
Describes the options that allow you to customize the Performance profiler’s functionality.
Explains the specifics of function call analysis in the Call Tree
and Call Graph
panels displaying Performance profiler results.
Provides links to topics that contain additional information on profiling applications with the Performance profiler and describe the most common tasks you perform during profiling.
Performance Profiler Results
Provides a brief description of results generated by the Performance profiler.
Describes the results that were collected for the application's routines during profiling.
Describes the results that were collected for the application's modules during profiling.
Describes the results that were collected for the application's source files during profiling.
Describes pseudo-routines that collect additional information for the profiled application.
Explains how % with children values are calculated in Performance profiler results.
Describes the items that the Performance profiler appends to the Profiler toolbar. The items are specific to the profiler and help you customize the result display.
Related Topics of Interest
Describes the specifics of profiling .NET applications with the Performance profiler.
Explains how to add debug information to .NET applications in order for AQtime to be able to profile the applications.
Provides tips and techniques for profiling applications and analyzing the profiling results.
Describes the structure of Performance profiler results exported to a database.