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// Copyright 2013 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include "base/base_export.h"
#include "base/debug/trace_event_impl.h"
#include "base/gtest_prod_util.h"
#include "base/memory/ref_counted.h"
#include "base/memory/weak_ptr.h"
#include "base/timer/timer.h"
// TODO(jamescook): Windows support for memory tracing.
#if !defined(NO_TCMALLOC) && !defined(OS_NACL) && \
(defined(OS_LINUX) || defined(OS_ANDROID))
namespace base {
class MessageLoopProxy;
namespace debug {
// Watches for chrome://tracing to be enabled or disabled. When tracing is
// enabled, also enables tcmalloc heap profiling. This class is the preferred
// way to turn trace-base heap memory profiling on and off.
class BASE_EXPORT TraceMemoryController
: public TraceLog::EnabledStateObserver {
typedef int (*StackGeneratorFunction)(int skip_count, void** stack);
typedef void (*HeapProfilerStartFunction)(StackGeneratorFunction callback);
typedef void (*HeapProfilerStopFunction)();
typedef char* (*GetHeapProfileFunction)();
// |message_loop_proxy| must be a proxy to the primary thread for the client
// process, e.g. the UI thread in a browser. The function pointers must be
// pointers to tcmalloc heap profiling functions; by avoiding direct calls to
// these functions we avoid a dependency on third_party/tcmalloc from base.
scoped_refptr<MessageLoopProxy> message_loop_proxy,
HeapProfilerStartFunction heap_profiler_start_function,
HeapProfilerStopFunction heap_profiler_stop_function,
GetHeapProfileFunction get_heap_profile_function);
virtual ~TraceMemoryController();
// base::debug::TraceLog::EnabledStateChangedObserver overrides:
virtual void OnTraceLogEnabled() OVERRIDE;
virtual void OnTraceLogDisabled() OVERRIDE;
// Starts heap memory profiling.
void StartProfiling();
// Captures a heap profile.
void DumpMemoryProfile();
// If memory tracing is enabled, dumps a memory profile to the tracing system.
void StopProfiling();
FRIEND_TEST_ALL_PREFIXES(TraceMemoryTest, TraceMemoryController);
bool IsTimerRunningForTest() const;
// Ensures the observer starts and stops tracing on the primary thread.
scoped_refptr<MessageLoopProxy> message_loop_proxy_;
// Pointers to tcmalloc heap profiling functions. Allows this class to use
// tcmalloc functions without introducing a dependency from base to tcmalloc.
HeapProfilerStartFunction heap_profiler_start_function_;
HeapProfilerStopFunction heap_profiler_stop_function_;
GetHeapProfileFunction get_heap_profile_function_;
// Timer to schedule memory profile dumps.
RepeatingTimer<TraceMemoryController> dump_timer_;
WeakPtrFactory<TraceMemoryController> weak_factory_;
// A scoped context for memory tracing. Pushes the name onto a stack for
// recording by tcmalloc heap profiling.
class BASE_EXPORT ScopedTraceMemory {
struct ScopeData {
const char* category;
const char* name;
// Memory for |category| and |name| must be static, for example, literal
// strings in a TRACE_EVENT macro.
ScopedTraceMemory(const char* category, const char* name) {
if (!enabled_)
Initialize(category, name);
~ScopedTraceMemory() {
if (!enabled_)
// Enables the storing of trace names on a per-thread stack.
static void set_enabled(bool enabled) { enabled_ = enabled; }
// Testing interface:
static void InitForTest();
static void CleanupForTest();
static int GetStackDepthForTest();
static ScopeData GetScopeDataForTest(int stack_index);
void Initialize(const char* category, const char* name);
void Destroy();
static bool enabled_;
// Converts tcmalloc's heap profiler data with pseudo-stacks in |input| to
// trace event compatible JSON and appends to |output|. Visible for testing.
BASE_EXPORT void AppendHeapProfileAsTraceFormat(const char* input,
std::string* output);
// Converts the first |line| of heap profiler data, which contains totals for
// all allocations in a special format, into trace event compatible JSON and
// appends to |output|. Visible for testing.
BASE_EXPORT void AppendHeapProfileTotalsAsTraceFormat(const std::string& line,
std::string* output);
// Converts a single |line| of heap profiler data into trace event compatible
// JSON and appends to |output|. Returns true if the line was valid and has a
// non-zero number of current allocations. Visible for testing.
BASE_EXPORT bool AppendHeapProfileLineAsTraceFormat(const std::string& line,
std::string* output);
// Returns a pointer to a string given its hexadecimal address in |hex_address|.
// Handles both 32-bit and 64-bit addresses. Returns "null" for null pointers
// and "error" if |address| could not be parsed. Visible for testing.
BASE_EXPORT const char* StringFromHexAddress(const std::string& hex_address);
} // namespace debug
} // namespace base
// Make local variables with unique names based on the line number. Note that
// the extra level of redirection is needed.
#define INTERNAL_TRACE_MEMORY_ID3(line) trace_memory_unique_##line
// This is the core macro that adds a scope to each TRACE_EVENT location.
// It generates a unique local variable name using the macros above.
#define INTERNAL_TRACE_MEMORY(category, name) \
base::debug::ScopedTraceMemory INTERNAL_TRACE_MEMORY_ID(category, name);
#define INTERNAL_TRACE_MEMORY(category, name)
#endif // defined(TRACE_MEMORY_SUPPORTED)
// A special trace name that allows us to ignore memory allocations inside
// the memory dump system itself. The allocations are recorded, but the
// visualizer skips them. Must match the value in heap.js.
#define TRACE_MEMORY_IGNORE "trace-memory-ignore"