Jul 20, 2023

Stack trace visualizer

a stack-trace visualizer

Flame Graphs visualize profiled code. Flame graphs can be created in three steps 1 Capture stacks, 2 Fold stacks, 3 flamegraph.pl. Capturing stacks can be done with Linux perf_events, FreeBSD pmcstat hwpmc, DTrace, SystemTap, and many other profilers. See stackcollapse-* converters. These stackcollapse scripts are used to fold the stacks. Flamegraph SVGs are created using the flamegraph.pl script.

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