Release Notes: This release includes support for several new processor models: ARMv7, AMD family11h, IBM POWER7, Intel Atom, Intel Core i7, and Xeon 55xx (based on Nehalem core). Many other features and bugfixes are included as well. This release also includes a framework for extending the sample data files. Support for AMD Instruction Based Sampling (IBS) has been added, using the new extended feature framework. Additionally, this release supports architected events for for Intel ("arch perfmon") and IBM POWER ("compatibility events").
Release Notes: This release has many new features and fixes. The biggest change with this release is the addition of support for profiling JITed code. Java agents that support Java 1.4 (JVMPI) and later (JVMTI) are included with OProfile.
Release Notes: Thie release contains new processor support for Cell BE, IBM POWER6, AMD Family 10, PA Semi PA6T, ARM11, and ARM MPCore. Other new features include a '--session-dir' option, an '--XML' option for opreport, and enhancement to oparchive for saving debuginfo files.
Release Notes: This release adds a differential profile feature, reworked call-graph output, and many other improvements and fixes.
Release Notes: Support for PPC64 and MIPS performance counters has been added. This requires a recent 2.6 kernel. Some critical bugfixes and other improvements have been made.
Release Notes: A new "oparchive" utility has been added for saving profiles along with the binaries for later analysis. Objective C debugging support has been added. Some critical bugfixes and other improvements have been made.
Release Notes: Experimental call-graph profiling support was added. Support was added for separate debug files. Several new CPU types are supported. Some important bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Binary image filtering has been added, allowing you to restrict the profiles to some subset of applications. Some bugfixes and other improvements have been made.
Release Notes: You can now create separate profiles per CPU or per thread/process. Profile results are more reliable. There are several bugfixes.
Release Notes: opreport can now show event counter results side-by-side like oprofpp could. opannotate is now more flexible in discovering source locations. Several bug fixes and usability improvements were made.