3.3 - Session tabsThe Oso Memory Profiler supports multiple profiles (sessions) being open at the same time.
All currently open sessions are represented by a tab in the bar directly below the toolbar.
The name displayed in the tab will be one of the following:
- The name of the session as specified when profiling.
- The filename of a session loaded from disk.
- The text "Untitled" for an unnamed, unsaved network session.
Tab IconsThe icon for each tab indicates the type of session that is open:
Indicates that this session was either loaded from a file, or is a disconnected network session that has been saved to disk.
|Active Network Session
A network session that is still connected via TCP to the application that is being profiled.
|Disconnected Network Session
Disconnected network sessions were connected to an application, but the connection has been lost - either because the remote application has been terminated, or because of transient network issues.
Context MenuRight clicking over a session tab displays a context menu with options related to managing the session:
|Save||Saves the current profile to disk. If the Oso Memory Profiler does not have a filename for the current session, you will be prompted to select a destination file.|
|Save As...||Prompts you to select a destination file and then saves the results of the current session to that file.|
Closes the current session.|
You will be prompted to save the profile data if it contains unsaved events.
|Close Others||Closes all sessions except the current one.|
|Close All||Closes all open sessions.|
|Copy Filename||Copies the filename of the current session to the system clipboard.|
|Open Containing Folder||Opens the folder where the current session is located.|
|Disconnect||Disconnects the current session.|