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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 8:41 am    Post subject: Re: root method problem Reply with quote

Hi Ray,

On 14 Jan 2011, at 00:06, DiCiaccio, Ray - 0442 - MITLL wrote:
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I'm using the latest version of NetBeans and the profiler to profile my web app running in JBoss 5.1.
It works very well on the whole, but when I try to use the root method approach it doesn't do what it should -- this could be my misunderstanding of the root methods. I set a root method and requested the profiler to instrument all classes so I could get as full a picture as possible of what's going on in this method. However, when the app server starts up I see that the profiler is instrumenting tens of thousands of methods before the root method is ever hit. Eventually it hits the 64k limit before I even get to my root method. What's going wrong?
I don't know, but it looks like there are other root-methods set, when you do the profiling. Can you tell me how did you set your root method? Did you you set some other profiling settings?

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I was under the impression that the only methods that would be instrumented are those that are called "under" the root method I defined.
That is the right impression.

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