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HP Caliper is a general-purpose performance analysis tool for applications, processes, and systems. It allows you to understand the performance and execution of an application and to identify ways to improve its run-time performance.
HP Caliper runs on HP Integrity servers on:
- HP-UX 11i version 3
- Linux kernel with version 2.6.5 or higher
HP Caliper Version 5.7 is the latest release for HP-UX. For Linux, HP Caliper 5.2 continues to be the latest release.
HP Caliper works with any native Integrity server-based application. It does not require special compilation of the program being analyzed and does not require any special link options or libraries. HP Caliper supports programs compiled with any compiler option.
HP Caliper can measure activity across the entire system, with measurements attributed to individual processes where possible.
HP Caliper has both a command-line interface and a GUI, which you can use interchangeably. The functionality and operation are identical. HP Caliper is free for HP-UX users and is free for noncommercial use for Linux users. There is a charge for commercial use for HP Caliper for Linux.
If you want to use a performance analysis tool on HP-UX using PA-RISC 64-bit kernel, see the Prospect performance tool.
In the Product Information box at the top right of this page, click latest release for a summary of new features in this release, click documentation. for HP Caliper user documentation, click usage notes. for technical notes explaining how to use HP Caliper. For more information, click product details.
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