|From:||Cherife Li (cher...@public.gmane.org)|
|Date:||Mar 23, 2008 8:48:31 pm|
On 03/24/08 10:36, bianbian wrote:
Chinese guys always search, ask, search, ask,,,, finally get it. But don't share, just tell everyone have got it....
Yep, but not every Chinese, just few, IMHO.
Though I am Chinese, I don't know why. Someone say maybe because English is not our mother language, it's not easy to describe something. But in Chinese language, I also see this funny fact. I think we should open mind to share result. From Chinese proverb: *my hands would also be fragrant when I send people flowers*
OK, OK, we should stop here, all right? Here is nginx list.
It's me whom asked about this new google_perftools_profiles module.
I didn't report any new issue, why?
I did get some info about this module, I believe that everyone could get the same or even more, for I'm not feeling so smart myself.
Besides, life is not easy, as in the mail signature of Gentoo <debi...@public.gmane.org>. I must work hard, I have to deal with those dirty things. How about you? And I don't think I'm up on this module. I'm just a normal user, not a code developer. I need more time to learn about it.
What would you suggest me to report in this case? Continue asking?
Less complaint, more contribution. We'll still remember you, for you're an hero then.
Sorry for my offing topic. Comments on my words, not about nginx, if any, please reply directly to me, not list. Thanks.
On 2008-3-18 22:47, Igor Sysoev wrote: > On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 10:41:40PM +0800, Cherife Li wrote: > > > On 2008-3-18 22:21, Igor Sysoev wrote: > >> Changes with nginx 0.6.29 18 Mar > >> 2008 > >> > >> *) Feature: the ngx_google_perftools_module. > >> > >> *) Bugfix: the ngx_http_perl_module could be not built on 64-bit > >> platforms; bug appeared in 0.6.27. > >> > >> > > So what is ngx_google_perftools_module? > > I found nothing about it in the wiki. > > The module enable google_perftools profiler for workers. > > ./configure --with-google_perftools_module > > nginx.conf: > > google_perftools_profiles /path/to/profile; > > profiles will be in /path/to/profile.<worker_pid> > > Got it. I'm looking into it on google. Thanks, Igor. :-)
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