Mon 3 Apr 2017 14:35 - 15:00 at D2.10 - Compilation and Optimization

The gathering and analysis of processor traces has been used in computer design and processor architecture research for many decades, but has not been of practical utility in production software — until now. A new facility from Intel, Processor Trace, allows software to gather control-flow traces at low overhead, and it may be possible to analyse and utilise this information within virtual machines for a variety of benefits. In this talk we will describe Processor Trace, how it could be used in VMs, and our progress towards exploiting this mechanism.

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Mon 3 Apr
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Xavier Clercocamljava.org
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Vadim ZaytsevRaincode, Belgium
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Wing Hang LiUniversity of Glasgow, Jeremy SingerUniversity of Glasgow
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Mario WolczkoOracle Labs, Cansu KaynakOracle
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