This topic explains some additional functionality of the Dynamic Analyzer.
You can analyze specific ranges using markers or drag and drop operations.
You can create markers at specific times and analyze the time between the markers:
Create the markers by double-clicking a chart or detail table view that has a timestamp.
Right-click between the markers, and select Select range.
The table data is updated based on the range inspection results.
Figure: Range inspection with markers
You can create as many markers as you want, and can move the marker by dragging and dropping with a mouse. To delete a marker, double-click it.
If you drag and drop on a chart view, a range is set and the table data is updated based on the range inspection results.
Figure: Range inspection with drag and drop
The drag and drop action creates a temporary range. If you click another area on the chart view, the range selection is removed.
You can search for a specific keyword in the detail table view, and the search result is highlighted by color.
You can set some search parameters:
Figure: Search dialog
You can check the connected target information in the target dialog:
Device: Device type of the connected target (Mobile/Wearable/TV)
Application: List of applications that can be analyzed in the connected target
Description: Detail information about the connected target:
Figure: Target dialog
You can save the tracing result into a file and load it later for analysis:
You can save the analysis result to a ZIP file.
Figure: Saving data
You can load the analysis result from the ZIP file. After loading, the chart and table data are updated from the loaded data.
Figure: Loading data
To adjust the Dynamic Analyzer functions during a trace, you can open the preference dialog by clicking the Preference button on the toolbar.
The preference dialog contains the following settings:
Figure: Preference dialog
You can trigger some major analysis functions with keyboard shortcuts.
Table: Keyboard shortcuts
|File||New||Ctrl + N||Command + N|
|Load||Ctrl + O||Command + O|
|Save||Ctrl + S||Command + S|
|Exit||Ctrl + Q||Command + Q|
|Analyze||Start or stop trace||F5||Fn + F5|
|Search||Ctrl + F||Command + F|
|Target||Ctrl + T||Command + T|
|Screenshot||F9||Fn + F9|
|Preferences||F10||Fn + F10|
|Detail||Ctrl + H||Command + H|
|Help||How to use Dynamic Analyzer||F1||Fn + F1|
To copy or export data in TSV (Tab Separated Values) format from a table in the Dynamic Analyzer:
Select the data you want to copy or export.
Right-click the selection and select:
Copy to copy the selected data to the clipboard.
You can also copy using the Ctrl + C or Ctrl + Insert keyboard shortcuts.
Export to file to export the selected data to a TSV file.
You can define a file location for the exported data.
You can use the command line interface (CLI) with the Dynamic Analyzer. You can collect tracing data from your application from a target device and later open it in the Dynamic Analyzer GUI (graphical interface) for analysis.
To launch tracing, you must know the target device name (or IP address) and your application identifier, and you must specify the profiling features to be enabled.
To view the CLI help, run the
./dacli.jar -h command:
Usage: dacli.jar <command> [options...] List of commands: devices : show list of connected devices and emulators -u show list of devices where tracing is running apps <ip:port|serial> : show list of applications of specified target start <ip:port|serial> : start tracing on specified target for specified application using selected tracing features -a <application identifier> identifier of application to trace -o <output filename> redirect tracing output to file -C,--cpu-usage <arg> select cpu usage tracing Possible arguments: usage, core, frequency, all If no arguments provided - 'all' is selected -M,--memory <arg> select memory tracing Possible arguments: system, process, heap, all If no arguments provided - 'process,system' is selected -F,--file <arg> select file tracing Possible arguments: io, analysis, all If no arguments provided - 'all' is selected -G,--graphics <arg> select graphics tracing Possible arguments: opengl, all If no arguments provided - 'all' is selected -N,--network <arg> select network tracing Possible arguments: io, analysis, all If no arguments provided - 'all' is selected -T,--thread-analysis select thread analysis tracing -U,--ui-event select ui event tracing -P,--peripheral-status select peripheral status tracing -E,--power-estimation select power estimation tracing -S <period> enable screenshots capturing periodically -s, enable screenshots capturing on scene transition -L,--leak-sanitizer select LeakSanitizer analysis tracing Works only if 'heap' memory tracing is selected and does not work with thread analysis tracing stop <ip:port|serial> : stop currently running tracing process on specified device version : print information about version
The CLI tool requires Java VM installed on your computer. The minimum supported version is Java VM 1.7.
You can launch the
dacli.jar file from the Dynamic Analyzer installation directory by using the
./dacli.jar command. To make launching easier, add the directory to your
PATH variable. For example, use the following command on Ubuntu:
If you have trouble with the execution, you can try one of the following:
Grant execution permissions to the
chmod +x dacli.jar
Use the following command to launch the Dynamic Analyzer CLI tool:
java -jar dacli.jar
The following commands are the most useful when controlling the Dynamic Analyzer with the CLI:
The command shows a list of connected devices. If you specify the
-u option, only the devices where tracing is already launched through the CLI are listed.
$ ./dacli.jar devices List of connected devices: <Device Name> <Serial Number> m-0818-1 emulator-26101
Take note of the device serial number. It is used to specify the device in other Dynamic Analyzer CLI commands.
The command shows a list of installed applications on a specified device.
$ ./dacli.jar apps emulator-26101 List of installed applications: <Application ID> : <Package ID> : <Application Name> org.tizen.camera-app : org.tizen.camera-app : Camera org.tizen.calendar : org.tizen.calendar : Calendar org.tizen.contacts : org.tizen.contacts : Contacts org.tizen.gallery : org.tizen.gallery : Gallery org.tizen.browser : org.tizen.browser : Internet
Take note of your application identifier. It is used to specify the application in other Dynamic Analyzer CLI commands. If you cannot find your application, make sure it has been installed (for example, from Tizen Studio). The application ID can differ from the package ID.
The command starts tracing your application on the specified device. In addition, you must specify at least 1 profiling feature to be enabled.
start <ip:port|serial> -a <application identifier> <features> [options...]
For example, you can specify the
-C option to enable all CPU profiling features. You can see a list of all available features in the command help message.
The following command starts the Camera application on the emulator-26101 device with the CPU profiling features enabled:
$ ./dacli.jar start emulator-26101 -a org.tizen.camera-app -C DA tracing started. Run "dacli stop emulator-26101" to finish it.
You can specify the
-o option to customize the tracing result location.
The command stops the active tracing process on a specified device.
$ ./dacli.jar stop emulator-26101 DA tracing finished. Total time: 1m 37.777s Tracing time: 1m 29.362s Output: /home/eclipse/tizen-sdk-data/dynamic-analyzer/save/org.tizen.camera-app_2016-08-18-16-51-53.zip
In the command output:
The command displays information about the Dynamic Analyzer, including its version, build time, and useful links.
$ ./dacli.jar version DA Version 2.4.4 Build Time 20161213-0258 Tizen Site http://www.tizen.org Release Note https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download/release-notes
In the command output: