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Using KernelShark to analyze the real-time scheduler

Using KernelShark to analyze the real-time scheduler

Posted Feb 5, 2011 11:58 UTC (Sat) by tardyp (subscriber, #58715)
Parent article: Using KernelShark to analyze the real-time scheduler

Looks great!
I wish we could more easily put our efforts in common and put the best of pytimechart (great graphical display), and kernelshark (great textual display and filtering capabilities) into the same tool.

I guess the choice of toolkit and programming language does not help.

Pierre


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Using KernelShark to analyze the real-time scheduler

Posted Feb 6, 2011 20:55 UTC (Sun) by nevets (subscriber, #11875) [Link]

I thought gtk and python work well together. There's even python plugins for kernelshark. The filter capability is separated out and would be easy to make into a library that python could read. As the parse-events library is already separate, and I'm working on getting perf to use it too.

I'm all for reuse of code, and would love to help in any effort to share capabilities between the tools.


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