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*maxsamples*

The runtime analyzer collects samples (how often depends on the value of *granularity*) and stores them in a file. This variable, whose value must be a positive integer, specifies the maximum number of samples to be collected. Its initial value is most-positive-fixnum (which, note, is larger in 64-bit Lisp than in 32-bit Lisps). Fewer samples may be collected if data collection is stopped before the maximum is reached. For time profiles, values less than 1000 are unlikely to produce any meaningful data, but for space profiles, statistically valid information can result from fewer samples since every request for memory is analyzed.

See runtime-analyzer.htm for general information on the runtime analyzer.


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Created 2016.6.21.

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