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然而，当我在service层中另外开启一个线程，线程中的方法需要进行数据库操作，这个时候，悲催的抛出了异常：-org.hibernate.HibernateException: No Session found for current thread
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At xdb prompt I type "efi" and see many commands, including EFI "LOADMODFROMMAP %s %s"
This command, and probably others, isn't listed in Debugger Help => Help Contents.
Request: please scrub all Help documentation to ensure it is in sync with the app's help output.
I've just started using VTune amplifier to profile my code, and I have a very basic question. How do I find functions that are taking the most wall clock time overall, and the most wall clock time per invocation? Basically, I have a Fortran application with regions of OpenMP parallel code and regions of serial code. My aim is to figure out if any of the serial regions can be speeded up by parallelizing them, for which I first need to find out what the time consuming serial portions are.
Thanks in advance,
I am currently using the basic analysis tools in the Vtune profiler. I see that CPU bound profiling is well supported and also lock and spin waiting time is measured. How about I/O operations and syscall waiting times (i.e. wall clock times)? Are they measured in Vtune at all? If yes, which view supposed to show them? Are they only available in the advanced analysis?
I am using a derivative of QuarkBSP on my GalileoGen2 board, a Flyswatter2 debugger, and OpenOCD 0.9.0 and Intel System Studio 2015 for Windows. OpenOCD is running and ISS connects to the GalileoGen2, but I can't figure out how to get my firmware symbols loaded. Does anyone have advice?
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