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Commit fb3a3057 authored by Andy Holmes's avatar Andy Holmes

tweak heapgraph.md

parent 7490bc4b
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### Getting a Heap Dump
Currently the only way to dump a heap is from within a script, although in the
near future it will be possible to send `SIGUSR1` to a GJS process with the env
variable `GJS_DEBUG_HEAP_OUTPUT` set:
The more convenient way to dump a heap is to send `SIGUSR1` to a GJS process
with the env variable `GJS_DEBUG_HEAP_OUTPUT` set:
```
$ GJS_DEBUG_HEAP_OUTPUT=myApp.heap gjs myApp.js
$ kill -s SIGUSR1 <gjs-pid>
```sh
$ GJS_DEBUG_HEAP_OUTPUT=myApp.heap gjs myApp.js &
$ kill -USR1 <gjs-pid>
```
An example of dumping a heap from within a script:
It's also possible to dump a heap from within a script via the `System` import:
```js
const System = imports.system;
......@@ -54,8 +53,8 @@ ANSI styling is used to make the output more readable. Additionally, anything
that isn't part of the graph will be sent to `stderr` so the output can be
directed to a file as plain text. Below is a snippet:
```
$ ./heapgraph.py file.heap Object > file.tree
```sh
$ ./heapgraph.py myApp2.heap Object > myApp2.tree
Parsing file.heap...done
Found 343 targets with type "Object"
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