Diago is a visualization tool for profiles and heap snapshots generated with
- Visual interface with an easy-to-use read tree
- CPU usage
- Total heap allocated
- Heap in-use
- Search in functions and filenames
- Aggregate per functions or per function calls (lines)
Due to the underlying usage of
go-gl/glfw, there is a few system dependencies (i.e. some Xorg libraries on Linux or headers/libraries on macOS). See this link for detailed information.
You'll need Go installed (only tested with Go >= 1.12), then:
go get -u github.com/remeh/diago
diago binary should be available in
$HOME/go/bin if the
$GOPATH environment variable is not set.
Note that the build could take a few seconds to complete due to the dependencies.
./diago -file <profile-or-heap-snapshot-to-visualize>
- Read a profile from HTTP
- Test profiles not generated with Go
Rémy MATHIEU - @remeh