Release Notes: A problem with incorrect object allocation stack traces with the JVMTI agent was fixed. Source code navigation problems with IntelliJ IDEA were fixed. The EAP version of IntelliJ IDEA (Irida) is now supported. A meaningful message is now shown on an attempt to use the Profile action in free-form Ant projects in the NetBeans IDE.
Release Notes: Own times were reworked since the last build. Own time hot spot views were added. CPU hot spots now contain an invocation count column. The snapshot tab popup menu now contains "Close All" and "Close All but This" actions. A bug which could produce corrupted CPU snapshots if tracing mode was used after sampling was fixed.
Release Notes: CPU sampling accuracy was significantly increased.
Release Notes: The Action "Tools | Integrate with J2EE Server..." now allows you to integrate the profiler with the WebLogic, JRun, Resin, and Orion application servers. The UI has been reworked and beautified. The startup script yjp.bat has been replaced with the native executable launcher yjp.exe.
Release Notes: Incorrect object sizes and counts are fixed in merged invocation trees. Bundled samples now work under JDK 1.4.2 and higher. All know problems with exporting tree-tables to HTML are fixed. Exported tables have a sort direction icon in the table header.
Release Notes: A crash which occurred if a snapshot contains information about object allocations was fixed. The profiler now requires less memory to load CPU and memory snapshots. The time of opening of HotSpots view was dramatically reduced.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with memory retained by instances of class loaders being reported incorrectly under some conditions. It adds profiler agent stability improvements.
Release Notes: The major new feature is CPU profiling. This release has the ability to record object allocations to find sources of excessive garbage allocation and analyse where objects are created. There are many usability and performance improvements.