python-osprofiler 1.15.2-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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python-osprofiler (1.15.2-0ubuntu1) bionic; urgency=medium

  * New upstream point release.
  * d/control: Update Standards-Version to 4.1.2.
  * d/control: Bump debhelper compat to 10.
  * d/control: Align (Build-)Depends with upstream.

 -- Corey Bryant <email address hidden>  Tue, 20 Feb 2018 12:35:08 -0500

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Uploaded by:
Corey Bryant on 2018-02-20
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Bionic
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
all
Section:
python
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Cosmic release on 2018-05-01 main python
Bionic release on 2018-02-20 main python

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Binary packages built by this source

python-osprofiler: OpenStack Profiler Library - Python 2.x

 OpenStack consists of multiple projects. Each project, in turn, is composed of
 multiple services. To process some request, e.g. to boot a virtual machine,
 OpenStack uses multiple services from different projects. In the case somethin
 works too slowly, it's extremely complicated to understand what exactly goes
 wrong and to locate the bottleneck.
 .
 To resolve this issue, a tiny but powerful library, osprofiler, has been
 interoduced, and can be used by all OpenStack projects and their Python
 clients. To be able to generate one trace per request, that goes through all
 involved services, and builds a tree of calls (see an example
 http://pavlovic.me/rally/profiler/).
 .
 This package contains the Python 2.x module.

python-osprofiler-doc: OpenStack Profiler Library - doc

 OpenStack consists of multiple projects. Each project, in turn, is composed of
 multiple services. To process some request, e.g. to boot a virtual machine,
 OpenStack uses multiple services from different projects. In the case somethin
 works too slowly, it's extremely complicated to understand what exactly goes
 wrong and to locate the bottleneck.
 .
 To resolve this issue, a tiny but powerful library, osprofiler, has been
 interoduced, and can be used by all OpenStack projects and their Python
 clients. To be able to generate one trace per request, that goes through all
 involved services, and builds a tree of calls (see an example
 http://pavlovic.me/rally/profiler/).
 .
 This package contains the documentation.

python3-osprofiler: OpenStack Profiler Library - Python 3.x

 OpenStack consists of multiple projects. Each project, in turn, is composed of
 multiple services. To process some request, e.g. to boot a virtual machine,
 OpenStack uses multiple services from different projects. In the case somethin
 works too slowly, it's extremely complicated to understand what exactly goes
 wrong and to locate the bottleneck.
 .
 To resolve this issue, a tiny but powerful library, osprofiler, has been
 interoduced, and can be used by all OpenStack projects and their Python
 clients. To be able to generate one trace per request, that goes through all
 involved services, and builds a tree of calls (see an example
 http://pavlovic.me/rally/profiler/).
 .
 This package contains the Python 3.x module.