ZopeProfiler provides profiling support for Zope. It can derive both high and low level timing statistics. High level means Zope object call level, while low level is the Python function call level. Unlike the standard Zope profiling support, ZopeProfiler does not bring Zope into effective single user mode. Zope continues to work as usual. ZopeProfiler can be dynamically enabled/disabled. When disabled, there is only a negligible runtime penalty. When enabled, profiling slows down Zope considerably. ZopeProfiler installs itself through "monkey patching". You will then find a ZopeProfiler instance in your "Control_Panel". Please read the "Info" tab for further information.
released on 13 November 2011
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