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Filtering profiled functions functions in Chrome Dev Tools

I wonder if there's a way to blackbox a library in the chrome profiling tools ? I get a mess of React functions and it's hard to see my own functions. At least a way to grey out the blackboxed one for ...
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Profiling hard drive access

I'm running Linux (elementary OS) on a notebook. The notebook has two hard drives: a 32GB SSD drive which is reasonably fast, and a 1TB mechanical drive which is really really slow. I'm playing a game ...
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App all of a sudden asks “Please run as administrator”, but doing so has no effect

My dad has a Windows 7 system which he primarily uses to play Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. His custom setup for this game is huge and there are problems every now an then which can usually be ...
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How to profile long session initialization during boot process in Windows 8? [duplicate]

My computer started to boot for 10 minutes. It has SSD system drive and was booting for 15 seconds previously. Is it possible to know, what does it doing during this time? The delay occurs before ...
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The “gmon.out” file is at everywhere

Every time I run a program, or exit a shell. There will be a "gmon.out" file generated at the working directory. How to stop this behavior?
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Tool similar to `strace` but for CPU instructions

I am hoping to find something similar to strace which will yield the instructions used by the CPU. For example, I have a simple loop which calculates a sum and prints out every tenth iteration float ...
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Are processes in Windows 7 cached?

I'm profilling my java application using Windows Performance Analyser. My app is a simple parser, which uses external command-line program to parse files. This external program is called for each file....
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Is there a way to print out execution time (wall time) in zsh when it exceeds certain configurable threshold?

@mpy 's comment was correct. So I'm rephrasing my question. I really like REPORTTIME feature in zsh, but it only reports time when user+system time is greater than $REPORTTIME according to zsh doc. Is ...
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profiling file reading speed via /dev/null?

I am profiling the speed at which a certain Linux program reads a certain input file using different amount of threads by doing this: time ~/src/myprogram -t $t inputfile 1>/dev/null 2>/dev/...
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How do I identify resource hogs on Firefox?

I have installed a package of Firefox extensions that installed a few extensions to my Firefox. Recently I have noticed, that the resource consumption of the Firefox process rose to unacceptable ...
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Is there any command like time, but for memory usage?

Is there any command like time, but that reports more statistics? It would be great if I could do something like: $ statistics some_command time: real 0m3.002s user 0m0.000s sys ...
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How to measure memory bandwidth usage

I am trying to determine how close to being bandwidth-limited a code I have written is, so I was wondering whether there are any tools out there to determine memory bandwidth usage? The code I have is ...
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Good software to monitor disk io, memory and cpu use? [closed]

I'm developing a website. I was wondering if there are any tools out there that make it easy to log and graph usage statistics of how my cpu, memory, disk and network are used. I need to somehow know ...
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Profiling add-ons in firefox

One new feature of ie9 I like is that it alerts you to which add-ons are making your browser run slowly. Is there a way to get access to similar information in firefox?
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How to build a profile of my Macbook Pro

I'm about to purchase a new macbook pro since mine is beginning to show signs of early death (hardware failure, not worth fixing, its an old laptop from the first generation of MBPs). I'm not sure ...
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Linux Profiling

I want to profile my application which is most of the time doing I/O on a USB device. I need to see what process are running on system and what each process is exactly doing whole the time. ...