Brendan's blog » Top 10 DTrace scripts for Mac OS X


599 bookmarks. First posted by dagh october 2011.


Good: and I are learning about nifty dtrace tools.

Bad: They are not helping us find the problem.
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10 weeks ago by bjtitus
excellent tips on using dtrace for performance analysis on OS-X
osx  performance  dtrace  sysadmin 
december 2015 by MaDeuce
Since version 10.5 “Leopard”, Mac OS X has had DTrace , a tool used for performance analysis and troubleshooting. It provides data for Apple’s Instruments tool,…
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october 2015 by Mrsomia
sudo opensnoop -ve
dtrace  performance  osx 
september 2015 by program247365
Top 10 DTrace scripts for Mac OS X
april 2015 by nueh
Since version 10.5 “Leopard”, Mac OS X has had DTrace, a tool used for performance analysis and troubleshooting. It provides data for Apple’s Instruments tool, as well as a collection of command line tools that are implemented as DTrace scripts. I’m familiar with the latter as I wrote the originals for the DTraceToolkit, which Apple then customized and enhanced for Mac OS X where they are shipped by default (great!). I use them regularly to answer this question:


refrr:https://www.google.com/
osx  performance  debug  cli  io  iosnoop  shell  dtrace  darwin  hfs  fs  optimization  troubleshooting  linux 
december 2014 by michaelfox
Since version 10.5 “Leopard”, Mac OS X has had DTrace , a tool used for performance analysis and troubleshooting. It provides data for Apple’s Instruments tool,…
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october 2014 by divigation
Since version 10.5 “Leopard”, Mac OS X has had DTrace , a tool used for performance analysis and troubleshooting. It provides data for Apple’s Instruments tool,…
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september 2014 by jrdodds
Brendan's blog » Top 10 DTrace scripts for Mac OS X
dtrace  macosx 
august 2014 by Tituspolux
Brendan's blog » Top 10 DTrace scripts for Mac OS X
dtrace  macosx 
august 2014 by laketamina
Since version 10.5 “Leopard”, Mac OS X has had DTrace, a tool used for performance analysis and troubleshooting. It provides data for Apple’s Instruments tool, as well as a collection of command line tools that are implemented as DTrace scripts. I’m familiar with the latter as I wrote the originals for the DTraceToolkit, which Apple then customized and enhanced for Mac OS X where they are shipped by default (great!). I use them regularly to answer this question:

why is my MacBook slow?
mac  osx  debugging 
february 2014 by fh
Lots of great monitoring scripts here
macosx  performance 
october 2013 by randomphrase