PublicShow sourcestatistics.pl -- Get information about resource usage

This library provides predicates to obtain information about resource usage by your program. The predicates of this library are for human use at the toplevel: information is printed. All predicates obtain their information using public low-level primitives. These primitives can be use to obtain selective statistics during execution.

Source statistics is det
Print information about resource usage using print_message/2.
See also
- All statistics printed are obtained through statistics/2.
Source statistics(-Stats:dict) is det
Stats is a dict representing the same information as statistics/0. This convience function is primarily intended to pass statistical information to e.g., a web client. Time critical code that wishes to collect statistics typically only need a small subset and should use statistics/2 to obtain exactly the data they need.
Source thread_statistics(?Thread, -Stats:dict) is nondet
Obtain statistical information about a single thread. Fails silently of the Thread is no longer alive.
Arguments:
Stats- is a dict containing status, time and stack-size information about Thread.
Source time(:Goal) is nondet
Execute Goal, reporting statistics to the user. If Goal succeeds non-deterministically, retrying reports the statistics for providing the next answer.

Statistics are retrieved using thread_statistics/3 on the calling thread. Note that not all systems support thread-specific CPU time. Notable, this is lacking on MacOS X.

See also
- statistics/2 for obtaining statistics in your program and understanding the reported values.
bug
- Inference statistics are often a few off.
Source profile(:Goal)
Source profile(:Goal, +Options)
Run Goal under the execution profiler. Defined options are:
time(Which)
Profile cpu or wall time. The default is CPU time.
top(N)
When generating a textual report, show the top N predicates.
cumulative(Bool)
If true (default false), show cumulative output in a textual report.
Source show_profile(+Options)
Display last collected profiling data. Options are
top(N)
When generating a textual report, show the top N predicates.
cumulative(Bool)
If true (default false), show cumulative output in a textual report.