NOTE: The ". " must precede "./setrunenv" to make the environment changes permanent for this shell instance.
You may also use ". ./setrunenv x" to add x to your path, if it is not already present.
The tinstall script will copy libjprof32.a or libjprof64.a to libjprof.a, depending upon what JVM is detected. If necessary, you can replace libjprof.a yourself to force the use of the 32 or 64-bit JPROF as needed. Alternatively, you can specify "jprof32" or "jprof64" instead of "jprof" in any command scripts.
If the pm_initialize function is supported by the AIX Performance Monitor API, which is true for all versions of bos.pmapi.lib beginning with AIX 22.214.171.124 (5.2F), PTT can be supported on any processor type. However, if an older version of bos.pmapi.lib is in use, only the following processor types have been tested: Power3, Power3-II, Power4, Power4-II, Power5, Power5-II, RS64-II, RS64-III, PowerPC604, PowerPC604e, PowerPC970, and MPC7450.
NOTE: Installation of the Per Thread Time (PTT) functions on versions of AIX before 5.2F (126.96.36.199) require that /usr/pmapi/etc/pmsvcs, a kernel extension, and a matching /usr/pmapi/lib/libpmapi.a be replaced. Backups of both old files are made with .bak.asptools added to the original names. Backups of the new files have only .asptools added to the names. Both sets of files are saved to allow a clean uninstall of Performance Inspector.
If you are using a version of AIX before 5.2F (188.8.131.52), the system must be rebooted so that pmsvcs can be reloaded. You will need to manually reboot the system using "shutdown -r" before you can use PTT.
NOTE: Even though installation may have required a reboot to be performed, there is no need to reboot after uninstalling this package, because the changes that were made to the kernel extension are transparent to older applications. and are included in AIX versions 184.108.40.206 and later. However, the old file will be restored and you can guarantee compatibility by rebooting, if you desire.
Performance Inspector provides support for address-to-name translation for the system tprof command. By using the JPROF jpa option, libjprof.a will produce the same JavaXXXX.syms file as libjpa.a, eliminating the need to execute two Java agents at the same time. Thus, the following command: