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Memprof is a Ruby level memory profiler that can help you find reference leaks in your application. Memprof can also do very lightweight function call tracing to help you figure out which system calls, and library calls your code causes. Ruby memory profiler similar to bleak_house, but without patches to the Ruby VM.
Valgrind is an award-winning instrumentation framework for building dynamic analysis tools. There are Valgrind tools that can automatically detect many memory management and threading bugs, and profile your programs in detail. You can also use Valgrind to build new tools.
FlashPreloadProfiler is an multi-purpose profiler designed to help productivity and stability during development of any flash scene. It gives access to more profiling tools like Overdraw graph, Mouse listeners graph, Internal events time repartition, Instantiation Statistics/StackTrace for all object (including Temporary object), Sampling data "Dump", hook on ANY flash app, local or web, debug or release.
A Ruby library for finding memory leaks.
ruby-prof is a fast code profiler for Ruby.
JVM Monitor is a Java profiler integrated with Eclipse to monitor CPU, threads and memory usage of Java applications. JVM Monitor would be useful to quickly inspect Java applications without preparing any launch configuration beforehand. JVM Monitor automatically finds the running JVMs on local host and you can easily start monitoring them. It is also supported to monitor Java applications on remote host by giving hostname and port number.
Adds in proccess id and memory usage in your rails logs, great for tracking down memory leaks.
Alleyoop is a graphical front-end to the increasingly popular Valgrind memory checker for the x86 and x86_64 flavors of Linux using the Gtk+ widget set and other GNOME libraries for the X-Windows environment.
OProfile is a system-wide profiler for Linux systems, capable of profiling all running code at low overhead. It leverages the hardware performance counters of the CPU to enable profiling of a wide variety of interesting statistics, which can also be used for basic time-spent profiling. All code is profiled: hardware and software interrupt handlers, kernel modules, the kernel, shared libraries, and applications.