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Adding support for GC/CC analysis #181

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EvanHon opened this Issue Oct 8, 2013 · 5 comments

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EvanHon commented Oct 8, 2013

GC/CC logs generated by memchaser is too complicated, do you have any plan to make it more easier to understandable? perhaps visualize this ?

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whimboo commented Oct 11, 2013

There are no plans for visualization yet. Most of the development has been stalled in the last time given that devs have tools which are working better for their needs.

Could you tell us what your specific needs are? What are you doing with those logs? I wold like to know what we could do for memchaser in the future. Thanks.

EvanHon commented Oct 12, 2013

Hi whimboo,
Currently my work is doing browser reliability test for our web project, we are using selenium to simulate user actions and for a long time(say 24 hours), we want to know if there are any memory leak, browser hung, etc. We have found memchaser very helpful to provide such detailed information for us to diagnose these issues. But GC/CC logs generated is too complicated, so I want a more easier way to see these data, any work that can ease this is okey. perhaps visualize is the most effective one. could this help you understand my need ?

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whimboo commented Oct 16, 2013

Sounds like a good idea. But sadly we don't have any resources at the moment, so development stalled for now. But we are happy to mentor people through the process. So setting the label, which adds it to bugsahoy

wsmwk commented Jan 22, 2014

Most of the development has been stalled in the last time given that devs have tools which are working better for their needs

whimboo, which tools are being used?
(especially interested in ones that average triager can use with stock nightly builds)

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whimboo commented Jan 23, 2014

I don't think we have those yet. But I might be wrong. I really would like to have such kind of feature in memchaser, but we can't spend our time on that right now. You might want to ask Olli Pettay [:smaug] on IRC.

@whimboo whimboo added the javascript label May 15, 2014

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