The CPU view section contains several views which are thread resolved.
Directly above those views you can see the current selection of thread and thread state.
The thread selection can be one of
Next to the thread selector you find information about the thread state which is one of
When you switch between two thread states, JProfiler will make the best effort to preserve your current selection.
Below the thread selector you find information about the aggregation level which is one of
The call tree is always recorded on the method level. If you switch to a higher aggregation level, the information contained in the method call tree is aggregated accordingly into a new tree from which the current view is calculated. Java EE components can only be shown if component recording has been enabled in on the Probes tab of the profiling settings dialog.
In the dynamic views thread selection, thread state and aggregation level are displayed in combo boxes. After changing the selection in the thread selector or the thread state selector, the dynamic views are updated immediately with the new settings. The thread selector applies to all dynamic views simultaneously. Initially it is set to All thread groups and may be switched to specific threads or thread groups as soon as they come into existence.
Please turn to the thread view section for more detailed information on threads.
|The update frequency can be set on the miscellaneous tab in the profiling settings dialog for all dynamic views of the CPU view section.
Unless a recording profile with CPU data recording has been selected in the Startup section of
the profiling settings dialog, data
acquisition has to be started manually by clicking on
CPU data in the tool bar or by selecting
View->Record CPU Data from JProfiler's main menu.
Bookmarks will be added when recording is started
or stopped manually.
CPU data acquisition can be stopped by clicking on Stop recording CPU data in the tool bar or by selecting View->Stop Recording CPU Data from JProfiler's main menu.
The CPU recording state is shown in the status bar with a CPU icon which is shown in gray when CPU is not recorded. Clicking on the CPU icon will toggle CPU recording.
Restarting data acquisition resets the CPU data in all dynamic views of the CPU view section.
The CPU view section contains the