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There is no way currently for Firefox to profile it's extensions without a significant overhead due to the way the Extensions API is built. This extension will tell you a bit more about your startup times: About Startup And Mozilla conducts regular tests on the addons every week. Here's the listing of the slowest addons (updated weekly) And if you want ...
GKrellm. GKrellM is a single process stack of system monitors which supports applying themes to match its appearance to your window manager, Gtk, or any other theme.
If you aren't quite happy with the way RRDT-based tools work, you may want to try Zabbix. CPU, memory, disk and network are in the default template for all OSes, so it should be relatively configuration free. You can get Zabbix packages (both server and client) with many Linux distributions' package management system directly. It uses more traditional ...
That's just what random-pausing (stackshots) is for. It's easy to do in python using ctrl-C. Here's a brief explanation. If you want visibility into the C code, an alternative is Zoom.
I'd use XBench or GeekBench to determine where your hardware bottlenecks are, but you'll likely learn what you already know: HDDs are slow and your processor is old. As for an extended profile of your usage habits, I'm unsure of the benefit that you're expecting to derive. All well-written Mac apps will not leak memory and will idle when not in use, so the ...
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