Kernel Profiler (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
The Kernel Profiler is a debugging tool that you can build into the Windows Embedded CE kernel. The kernel profiler collects various information, such as the amount of time spent in each function. You can use this information to assess the performance of a Windows Embedded CE-based OS on a target device. The specific performance information collected by the kernel profiler is determined by the mode in which the kernel profiler runs.
To use Kernel Profiler from Windows Embedded CE, you must first connect to the target device with Platform Manager. For more information about how to connect a remote tool to a target device with Platform Manager, see Remote Tool Connectivity.
In This Section
- Kernel Profiler Modes
Describes the modes in which you can run the kernel profiler.
- Setting Up the Kernel Profiler
Explains how to set up the kernel profiler and provides information to assist you in troubleshooting problems with the kernel profiler.
- Controlling the Kernel Profiler
Describes the ways in which you can control the kernel profiler.
- Running the Kernel Profiler in Monte Carlo Mode
Explains how to use the profiler to collect performance data.
- Understanding Kernel Profiler Output
Describes the information that the kernel profiler provides.
- Remote Tool Connectivity
Describes how to connect a remote tool to a target device.
- Call Profiler
Describes the Call Profiler tool, which you can use to profile an application.
- Kernel Tracker
Describes the Kernel Tracker tool, which you can use to view thread interactions and events that occur on a target device.
- Debugging Resources Overview
Describes software for debugging and diagnostics that is included with Windows Embedded CE.