Profiling an high-performance actor application for metagenomics


I am currently in an improvement phase where I break, build and improve various components of the system.


The usual way of doing things is to have a static view of one node among all the nodes inside an actor computation. The graphs look like this:


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But with 2048 nodes, the one single selected node may not be an accurate representation of what is going on. This is why, using Thorium profiles, we are generating 3D graphs instead. They look like this:



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