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Pyroscope is an open source continuous profiling platform. It will help you:
- Find performance issues in your code
- Resolve issues with high CPU utilization
- Understand the call tree of your application
- Track changes over time
- Can store years of profiling data from multiple applications
- You can look at years of data at a time or zoom in on specific events
- Low CPU overhead
- Efficient compression, low disk space requirements
- Snappy UI
- Support for Go, Ruby and Python
Try Pyroscope locally in 3 steps:
# install pyroscope brew install pyroscope-io/brew/pyroscope # start pyroscope server: pyroscope server # in a separate tab, start profiling your app: pyroscope exec python manage.py runserver # If using Python pyroscope exec rails server # If using Ruby # If using Pyroscope cloud add flags for server address and auth token # pyroscope exec -server-address "https://your_company.pyroscope.cloud" -auth-token "ps-key-1234567890" python manage.py runserver
For more information on how to use Pyroscope with other programming languages, install it on Linux, or use it in production environment, check out our documentation:
You can download the latest version of pyroscope for macOS, linux and Docker from our Downloads page.
- Ruby (via
- Python (via
- Go (via
- Linux eBPF (via
- PHP (via
- .NET (via
- Java (coming soon)
Pyroscope is possible thanks to the excellent work of many people, including but not limited to:
- Brendan Gregg — inventor of Flame Graphs
- Julia Evans — creator of rbspy — sampling profiler for Ruby
- Vladimir Agafonkin — creator of flamebearer — fast flamegraph renderer
- Ben Frederickson — creator of py-spy — sampling profiler for Python
- Adam Saponara — creator of phpspy — sampling profiler for PHP
- Alexei Starovoitov, Brendan Gregg, and many others who made BPF based profiling in Linux kernel possible
To start contributing, check out our Contributing Guide
Thanks to the contributors of Pyroscope!
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Package pprof writes runtime profiling data in the format expected by the pprof visualization tool.
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Package profiler is a public API golang apps should use to send data to pyroscope server.
|Package profiler is a public API golang apps should use to send data to pyroscope server.|
Package spy contains an interface (Spy) and functionality to register new spies
|Package spy contains an interface (Spy) and functionality to register new spies|
Package analytics deals with collecting pyroscope server usage data.
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Package build contains build-related variables set at compile time.
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Package hyperloglog wraps github.com/clarkduvall/hyperloglog with mutexes
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Package metrics is a temporary solution for handling prometheus metrics.
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