Add more information to the log timer dump
The log timer dump is showing the time of the function itself minus any function that is called from this one that also happens to be timed. However, this is really not obvious and it also makes it hard to understand the time spent in total and also which children are actually taking the time.
To get a better reading of the timer dump I added the total, children (which I named child) and also the hit count. I used these timers to figure out a performance issue and only after adding this things were more clear to me.
It looks like this:
(lldb) log timer dump 35.447713617 sec (total: 35.449s; child: 0.001s; count: 1374) for void SymbolFileDWARF::Index() 29.717921481 sec (total: 29.718s; child: 0.000s; count: 8230500) for const lldb_private::ConstString &lldb_private::Mangled::GetDemangledName(lldb::LanguageType) const 21.049508865 sec (total: 24.683s; child: 3.633s; count: 1399) for void lldb_private::Symtab::InitNameIndexes() ...
Reviewers: clayborg, teemperor, labath, espindola, xiaobai
Reviewed By: labath, xiaobai
Subscribers: emaste, mgorny, arichardson, eraman, MaskRay, jdoerfert, labath, davide, teemperor, aprantl, erik.pilkington, jfb, abidh, lldb-commits
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D61235