OpenStack cross service/project profiler
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OSProfiler -- Library for cross-project profiling library

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OSProfiler provides a tiny but powerful library that is used by most (soon to be all) OpenStack projects and their python clients. It provides functionality to be able to generate 1 trace per request, that goes through all involved services. This trace can then be extracted and used to build a tree of calls which can be quite handy for a variety of reasons (for example in isolating cross-project performance issues).