Ticky Ticky profiling

Cristian Perfumo cperfumo at gmail.com
Thu Aug 2 12:43:02 EDT 2007

Sorry, It looks like I haven't been precise with my question: I wanted to
say multiple hardware (it implies OS) threads.
In other words: are -threaded and ticky ticky compatible? Will I be able to
run "./myProgram +RTS -N4 -rmyout.ticky" ?
Hope my doubt is clearer now.

On 8/2/07, Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at cox.net> wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 02, 2007 at 10:59:12AM +0200, Cristian Perfumo wrote:
> > By the way... does ticky-ticky allow monitoring multithreaded programs?
> > I ask this because the other way of learning data about the execution
> > (compiling with -prof) is not compatible with -threaded options. In
> other
> > words, you can't compile a Haskell program with -prof and -threaded
> options
> > at the same time.
> You don't need -threaded to run multithreaded programs.
> -threaded will make them run *faster* on >1-core machines, but the
> normal RTS will run multiple Haskell threads just fine on its single
> OS-thread.
> Stefan
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