[hibernate-dev] taking timings

Emmanuel Bernard emmanuel at hibernate.org
Wed Jul 7 03:10:17 EDT 2010

Remember one class vs an entire dependency can be overkill (though you can fork the class you've found from elsewhere).

On 6 juil. 2010, at 19:05, Hardy Ferentschik wrote:

> Hi,
> I am looking into collection some statistics for HSearch. I am for example  
> interested in measuring the  Lucene query execution time and the Hibernate  
> Core "object loading" time.
> I could just wrap the calls I am interested in System.nanoTime() or I  
> could write a custom StopWatch class, but I was wondering whether there is  
> some sort of library I could use.
> I found perf4j (http://perf4j.codehaus.org). Does anyone have experience  
> with this library? It looks nice, but I don't like it that the logging  
> approach it takes seems to
> be bound to log4j atm.
> Comments?
> --Hardy
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