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      ENH: add maxMem information to profiling · cc40eabd
      mark authored
      - value corresponds to the max memory when the corresponding profiling
        is started.
        Only used when the top-level profiling has memInfo active.
      
      - memInfo is disabled by default, since the new maxMem functionality
        otherwise adds overhead with every call.
      
      tutorial:
          /lagrangian/reactingParcelFoam/verticalChannelLTS
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      STYLE: rename Profiling -> profiling · a36e56f2
      mark authored
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  11. 17 Jun, 2016 1 commit
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      ENH: support '-profiling' command-line option · 1d1d0b3c
      mark authored
      - this option overrides any controlDict settings as a convenient means
        to selecting profiling without messing with the controlDict.
      
      - provide Profiling::writeNow() to emit profiling for utilities that
        don't have any natural time increment mechanism to trigger it.
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  12. 15 Jun, 2016 1 commit
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      ENH: add some system information when outputting profiling · 6b9d6c17
      mark authored
      - basic cpuInfo (model identification, MHz, etc)
      - process memInfo
      
      - profiling is activated via the case system/controlDict by
        adding a "profiling" sub-dictionary.
      
        Simply add the following (everything enabled):
      
            profiling
            {}
      
        Which corresponds to the longer form:
      
            profiling
            {
                active      true;  // default: true
                cpuInfo     true;  // default: true
                memInfo     true;  // default: true
                sysInfo     true;  // default: true
            }
      
        This can be used to selectively disable any extra information
        (eg, you don't want anyone else to know what hardware was used).
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