profil - control process profiling
The buffer Fa samples contains Fa size bytes and is divided into a series of 16-bit bins. Each bin counts the number of times the program counter was in a particular address range in the process when a profiling clock tick occurred while profiling was enabled. For a given program counter address, the number of the corresponding bin is given by the relation:
[(pc - offset) / 2] * scale / 65536
The Fa offset argument is the lowest address at which the kernel takes program counter samples. The Fa scale argument ranges from 1 to 65536 and can be used to change the span of the bins. A scale of 65536 maps each bin to 2 bytes of address range; a scale of 32768 gives 4 bytes, 16384 gives 8 bytes and so on. Intermediate values provide approximate intermediate ranges. A Fa scale value of 0 disables profiling.
The Fa samples argument should really be a vector of type Fa unsigned short .
The format of the gmon.out file is undocumented.
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