[TYPO3-performance] Performance Graphs

Ernesto Baschny [cron IT] ernst at cron-it.de
Tue Nov 10 11:19:53 CET 2009

Hi Fabrizio,

that is very cool, thanks for sharing!! Gonna try it out on several sites.

Cool that you generate the tooltips in the .svn, very clean, easy and
intelligent solution.



Fabrizio Branca schrieb:
> I created a little extension that allows you to create svg graphs of the
> memory consumption over time of a TYPO3 FE request (populated) with some
> other data.
> This extension might be interesting for you trying to optimze TYPO3 (and
> extensions) performance.
> You'll find the extension on forge:
> http://forge.typo3.org/projects/show/extension-tick
> There is even a small documentation for it:
> https://svn.typo3.org/TYPO3v4/Extensions/tick/trunk/doc/manual.sxw
> And here is an example output showing the rendering of an mvc based list
>  extension (EXT:pt_list, based on my EXT:pt_mvc)
> http://www.fabrizio-branca.de/fileadmin/example_output2.svg
> Here is a much simpler (and older) example showing the rendering of a
> simple text content element:
> http://www.fabrizio-branca.de/fileadmin/example_output.svg
> Currently the graph is populated with additional data from
> - syslog
> - devlog
> - TSlog
> - TT Stack
> - Database operations
> By using $GLOBALS['TT']->push() / ->pull() in your extensions you can
> add some stack level information to the graph. The pt_mvc extension does
> this by default with all controllers and its action calls.
> Bye,
> Fabrizio
> Btw: svg are vector graphics. That means you can zoom in using firefoxes
> zoom functionality to see some details. You can hover on some lines and
> areas to get additional information.

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