Demangler maps symbol names to a human-readable form. This may
include C++ demangling and additional simplification. Names that
are not demangled may be missing from the resulting map.
func (*Profile).Demangle(d Demangler) error
Profile is an in-memory representation of profile.proto.
Aggregate merges the locations in the profile into equivalence
classes preserving the request attributes. It also updates the
samples to point to the merged locations.
CheckValid tests whether the profile is valid. Checks include, but are
not limited to:
- len(Profile.Sample[n].value) == len(Profile.value_unit)
- Sample.id has a corresponding Profile.Location
Compatible determines if two profiles can be compared/merged.
returns nil if the profiles are compatible; otherwise an error with
details on the incompatibility.
Copy makes a fully independent copy of a profile.
Demangle attempts to demangle and optionally simplify any function
names referenced in the profile. It works on a best-effort basis:
it will silently preserve the original names in case of any errors.
Empty reports whether the profile contains no samples.
FilterSamplesByName filters the samples in a profile and only keeps
samples where at least one frame matches focus but none match ignore.
Returns true is the corresponding regexp matched at least one sample.
FilterSamplesByTag removes all samples from the profile, except
those that match focus and do not match the ignore regular
HasFileLines determines if all locations in this profile have
symbolized file and line number information.
HasFunctions determines if all locations in this profile have
symbolized function information.
Merge adds profile p adjusted by ratio r into profile p. Profiles
must be compatible (same Type and SampleType).
TODO(rsilvera): consider normalizing the profiles based on the
total samples collected.
Normalize normalizes the source profile by multiplying each value in profile by the
ratio of the sum of the base profile's values of that sample type to the sum of the
source profile's value of that sample type.
ParseMemoryMap parses a memory map in the format of
/proc/self/maps, and overrides the mappings in the current profile.
It renumbers the samples and locations in the profile correspondingly.
Prune removes all nodes beneath a node matching dropRx, and not
matching keepRx. If the root node of a Sample matches, the sample
will have an empty stack.
RemoveUninteresting prunes and elides profiles using built-in
tables of uninteresting function names.
Scale multiplies all sample values in a profile by a constant.
ScaleN multiplies each sample values in a sample by a different amount.
Print dumps a text representation of a profile. Intended mainly
for debugging purposes.
Write writes the profile as a gzip-compressed marshaled protobuf.
*T : expvar.Var
*T : fmt.Stringer
func Merge(srcs *Profile) (*Profile, error)
func Parse(r io.Reader) (*Profile, error)
func ParseTracebacks(b byte) (*Profile, error)
func (*Profile).Copy() *Profile
func Merge(srcs *Profile) (*Profile, error)
func (*Profile).Compatible(pb *Profile) error
func (*Profile).Merge(pb *Profile, r float64) error
func (*Profile).Normalize(pb *Profile) error
Merge merges all the profiles in profs into a single Profile.
Returns a new profile independent of the input profiles. The merged
profile is compacted to eliminate unused samples, locations,
functions and mappings. Profiles must have identical profile sample
and period types or the merge will fail. profile.Period of the
resulting profile will be the maximum of all profiles, and
profile.TimeNanos will be the earliest nonzero one.
Parse parses a profile and checks for its validity. The input
may be a gzip-compressed encoded protobuf or one of many legacy
profile formats which may be unsupported in the future.
ParseTracebacks parses a set of tracebacks and returns a newly
populated profile. It will accept any text file and generate a
Profile out of it with any hex addresses it can identify, including
a process map if it can recognize one. Each sample will include a
tag "source" with the addresses recognized in string format.
Package-Level Variables (only one)
LegacyHeapAllocated instructs the heapz parsers to use the
allocated memory stats instead of the default in-use memory. Note
that tcmalloc doesn't provide all allocated memory, only in-use
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