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I’ve recently installed YourKit Profiler and have been using it together with my Mule applications to monitor performance and to profile my applications.  Since I use Eclipse, I installed it as a plugin for Eclipse and foudn the following useful points:

  1. I can profile a Mule test case just as easily as I can run it.
  2. I can see the total result of the tests and examine how long it takes for them to run.
  3. I can also see the total result of all other classes used, including the JUnit framework classes.

I could drill down for a lot more detail but right now, this provides me with the results that I want.  I’m interested in hearing how you use YourKit profiler, or how you use any other profiler for that matter.