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Monitoring package. Instrument the code like this:

use Monitor; Monitor::MARK("Description of event"); Monitor::MARK("Another event");

or, to monitor all the calls to a module

use Monitor; Monitor::MonitorMethod('TWiki::Users');

or a function

use Monitor; Monitor::MonitorMethod('TWiki::Users', 'getCanonicalUserID');

Then set the environment variable TWIKI_MONITOR to a perl true value, and run the script from the command line e.g: $ cd bin $ ./view -topic Myweb/MyTestTopic

The results will be printed to STDERR at the end of the run. Two times are shown, a time relative to the last MARK and a time relative to the first MARK (which is always set the first time this package is used). The final column is total memory.

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