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Linux "PSI" Patches Report Stall/Pressure Information For CPU / Memory / Storage

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  • reavertm
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    Gprof/callgrind is not enough?

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  • esmth
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    Originally posted by lucasbekker View Post
    Could somebody tell me if this could be used to find performance bottlenecks in applications?
    I was wondering this as well. Right now I can't quickly tell if my program is memory or CPU bound as both the conditions just show as CPU utilization. I need to use perf to find this information out.

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  • lucasbekker
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    Could somebody tell me if this could be used to find performance bottlenecks in applications?

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  • fld-
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    I usually start encountering pressure-stall related issues on my desktop after ~10 days of uptime. Will be interesting to see if/how the PSI information will reflect such situations. If it's good, I hope it gets added to glances

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  • Tomin
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    Why are you showing me this cruel picture of a poor slaughtered memory module?!

    Please don't take me too seriously.

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