There is only one file to look for: profile-\d+.html in your cwd.
And as a side note: do not profile code that runs that long. 8 minutes
of execution will produce an html file (with a json blob) of several
hundreds of megabytes. Your browser won't cope with that.
Try to profile only for a single html file. Optimize your code (or
report strange things), and then perhaps move to another html file.
Am 06.01.2015 um 08:05 schrieb Gabor Szabo:
> I tried that and while it was running my hard disk ran out of space. I
> am not sure if it is related, but the process crashed and I could not
> find if it created anything on the disk. Before trying again, I'd like
> to remove anything it might have created. Where should I look for its
> temporary files?
> On Wed, Dec 31, 2014 at 11:29 AM, Patrick R. Michaud
> <pmich...@pobox.com <mailto:pmich...@pobox.com>> wrote:
> If you're running Rakudo on MoarVM, try the --profile option. It
> will create an HTML file that shows a lot of useful information,
> including time spent in each routine, call graphs, GC allocations,
> On Wed, Dec 31, 2014 at 09:35:33AM +0200, Gabor Szabo wrote:
> > The Perl 6 Maven site is a static site generated by some Perl 6
> > Currently it takes about 8 minutes to regenerate the 270 pages
> of the site
> > which is quite frustrating.
> > Is there already a tool I could use to profile my code to see
> which part
> > takes the longest time
> > so I can focus my optimization efforts in the most problematic area?
> > regards
> > Gabor