Beanviser

Version added 2016-10-09 22:23:56| Modified 22-Jun-2017

Beanviser is a graphical tool that measures performance of apps or services running on the actual webOS TV or on the emulator.

 

Main features of the Beanviser

 

Checks system-level CPU usage

Provides graphical views for the following categories:

  • Overall usage
  • Usermode usage
  • Kernel mode usage
  • Other usage

Checks process-level CPU usage

Provides graphical views for the following categories:

  • JS service
  • Native service
  • The app you installed
  • System processes (processes that do not belong to the other groups).

Not available on webOS TV 1.x and 2.x. 

Checks system-level memory usage

Provides graphical views for the following categories:

  • System memory
  • Memory buffer
  • Swap memory

Checks process-level memory usage

Provides graphical views for the following categories:

  • JS service
  • Native service
  • The app you installed
  • System processes (processes that do not belong to the other groups).

Not available on webOS TV 1.x and 2.x.

Compares log files

Allows you to compare log files taken at different times.

  • Logs must be of the same type.
  • For example, you can compare a system CPU log with a system CPU log, but not a system CPU log with a system memory log.
  • To acquire log files, in the relevant tab, click STOP to stop measuring and then click SAVE to get the log file in the [Beanviser installation path]/logs directory. The log file name specifies the timestamp and the log type.

Gets summarized overview

Provides a summarized view of all the information it collects. You can export this information as a PDF file onto the local system. This information is available on the Overview tab and is updated on real time basis while measuring is active.

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