Monday, June 8, 2009

Tools to monitor your android system memory and performance

Tools to monitor your android/linux system memory and performance:
  • ps -x
  • top
  • cat /proc/meminfo
  • dumpsys meminfo proc-id
  • procrank
  • DDMS (Android SDK tool)
  • time command-line
  • vmstat

6 comments:

pravin said...

Thanks for the great Post
Is there any Tool/Utility, which can show me the continuous graphical view of the Memory allocation & release (If possible also CPU usage), As in we see "Task Manager" in Windows System, So that While running my Application I Can see that "onClick of this particular Icon/Image/Button" how much rise in Memory Allocation and/or CPU usage happening continuously

Jerome Arnaud said...

Yes pravin, you can use DDMS for your profiling.
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