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    NAME

    oprofile - a system-wide profiler
     
    

    SYNOPSIS


    opcontrol [ options ]
    opreport [ options ] [ profile specification ]
    opannotate [ options ] [ profile specification ]
    oparchive [ options ] [ profile specification ]
    opgprof [ options ] [ profile specification ]
     

    DESCRIPTION

    OProfile is a profiling system for systems running Linux 2.2, 2.4, and 2.6. Profiling runs transparently in the background and profile data can be collected at any time. OProfile makes use of the hardware performance counters provided on Intel, AMD, and other processors, and uses a timer-interrupt based mechanism on CPUs without counters. OProfile can profile the whole system in high detail.
    For a gentle guide to using OProfile, please read the HTML documentation listed in SEE ALSO.
     

    OPCONTROL

    opcontrol is used for starting and stopping the OProfile daemon, and providing set-up parameters.  

    OPREPORT

    opreport gives image and symbol-based profile summaries for the whole system or a subset of binary images.  

    OPANNOTATE

    opannotate can produce annotated source or mixed source and assembly output.  

    OPARCHIVE

    oparchive produces oprofile archive for offline analysis  

    OPGPROF

    opgprof can produce a gprof-format profile for a single binary.

     

    PROFILE SPECIFICATIONS

    All of the post-profiling tools can take profile specifications, which is some combination of the following parameters. Enclosing part of a profile specification in curly braces { } can be used for differential profiles with opreport

    archive:archive
    Path to the archive to inspect, as generated by oparchive
    session:sessionlist
    A comma-separated list of session names to resolve in. Absence of this tag, unlike all others, means "the current session", equivalent to specifying "session:current".
    session-exclude:sessionlist
    A comma-separated list of sessions to exclude.
    image:imagelist
    A comma-separated list of image names to resolve. Each entry may be relative path, glob-style name, or full path, e.g. opreport 'image:/usr/bin/oprofiled,*op*,./oprofpp'
    image-exclude:imagelist
    Same as image:, but the matching images are excluded.
    lib-image:imagelist
    Same as image:, but only for images that are for a particular primary binary image (namely, an application). This only makes sense to use if you're using --separate. This includes kernel modules and the kernel when using --separate=kernel.
    lib-image-exclude:imagelist
    Same as <option>lib-image:</option>, but the matching images are excluded.
    event:eventname
    The symbolic event name to match on, e.g. event:DATA_MEM_REFS.
    count:eventcount
    The event count to match on, e.g. event:DATA_MEM_REFS count:30000.
    unit-mask:maskvalue
    The unit mask value of the event to match on, e.g. unit-mask:1.
    cpu:cpulist
    Only consider profiles for the given numbered CPU (starting from zero). This is only useful when using CPU profile separation.
    tgid:pidlist
    Only consider profiles for the given task groups. Unless some program is using threads, the task group ID of a process is the same as its process ID. This option corresponds to the POSIX notion of a thread group. This is only useful when using per-process profile separation.
    tid:tidlist
    Only consider profiles for the given threads. When using recent thread libraries, all threads in a process share the same task group ID, but have different thread IDs. You can use this option in combination with tgid: to restrict the results to particular threads within a process. This is only useful when using per-process profile separation.

     

    ENVIRONMENT

    No special environment variables are recognised by oprofile.

     

    FILES

    $HOME/.oprofile/
    Configuration files
    /root/.oprofile/daemonrc
    Configuration file for opcontrol
    /usr/share/oprofile/
    Event description files used by OProfile.
    /var/lib/oprofile/oprofiled.log
    The user-space daemon logfile.
    /var/lib/oprofile/opdev, /var/lib/oprofile/ophashmapdev, /var/lib/oprofile/opnotedev
    The device files for communication with the Linux 2.4 kernel module.
    /dev/oprofile
    The device filesystem for communication with the Linux 2.6 kernel module.
    /var/lib/oprofile/samples/
    The location of the generated sample files.

     

    VERSION

    This man page is current for oprofile-0.9.2.

     

    SEE ALSO

    /usr/share/doc/oprofile/, opcontrol(1), opreport(1), opannotate(1), oparchive(1), opgprof(1), gprof(1), readprofile(1), CPU vendor architecture manuals

     

    COPYRIGHT

    oprofile is Copyright (C) 1998-2004 University of Manchester, UK, John Levon, and others. OProfile is released under the GNU General Public License, Version 2, or (at your option) any later version.  

    AUTHORS

    John Levon <levon@movementarian.org> is the primary author. See the documentation for other contributors.


     

    Index

    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    OPCONTROL
    OPREPORT
    OPANNOTATE
    OPARCHIVE
    OPGPROF
    PROFILE SPECIFICATIONS
    ENVIRONMENT
    FILES
    VERSION
    SEE ALSO
    COPYRIGHT
    AUTHORS


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