Interface for a sampled counter.
Various namespaces for per-host and per-process counters.
A collection of named
A factory for
Interface for self-reporting performance counters.
A view of a sample period for some
Additional counters that hosts can report.
Interface used to construct a counter that reports on an instrumented value.
Counters defined on a per-process basis.
The set of core (required) counters that must be reported for all platforms.
Various counter names, paths, in common use by some services.
Interface for collecting performance counters for a host or a process.
Base class for collection of performance counters as reported by a native process.
Base class for collecting data on a host.
Command manages the execution and termination of a native process and an object reading the output of that process.
An alias for the high-scale-lib counter implementation.
A set of counters arranged in a hierarchy, much like a file system.
Retains history for N periods, where the period is expressed in milliseconds.
A history instrument which aggregates samples into a circular buffer with a specified sample period.
Abstract class for reporting instrumented values supporting some useful conversions.
Utility to return the PID of the JVM.
Aggregates tests in dependency order.
Unit tests for
XML (de-)serialization of
A type-safe enumeration of the different periods at which samples may be combined within a
Used to reject samples that arrive way out of timestamp order.
Package supports declaration, collection, and interchange of performance counters for both hosts and processes on supported platforms. These data are used to support load balancing and service alerts.
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