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opreport



SYNOPSIS

       opreport [ options ] [profile specification]


DESCRIPTION

       opreport  outputs  binary  image  summaries, or per-symbol
       data, from OProfile profiling sessions.


OPTIONS

       --accumulated / -c
              Accumulate sample and percentage counts in the sym­
              bol list.

       --debug-info / -g
              Show source file and line for each symbol.

       --details / -d
              Show  per-instruction details for all selected sym­
              bols.

       --exclude-dependent / -x
              Do  not  include  application-specific  images  for
              libraries,  kernel  modules  and  the  kernel. This
              option only makes sense if the profile session used
              --separate.

       --exclude-symbols / -e [symbols]
              Exclude  all  the  symbols in the given comma-sepa­
              rated list.

       --global-percent
              Make dependent image summary  percentages  relative
              to  the  whole  profile,  not  just the application
              image.

       --help / -? / --usage
              Show help message.

       --image-path / -p [paths]
              Comma-separated list of additional paths to  search
              for  binaries.   This  is needed to find modules in
              kernels 2.5 and upwards.

       --include-symbols / -i [symbols]
              Only include symbols in the  given  comma-separated
              list.

       --long-filenames / -l
              Output full paths instead of basenames.

       --merge / -m [cpu,pid,lib]
              Merge  any  profiles separated in a --separate ses­

       --smart-demangle / -D
              Use  pattern-matching to make C++ symbol demangling
              more readable.

       --sort / -s [vma,sample,symbol,debug,image]
              Sort the list of symbols by,  respectively,  symbol
              address,  number  of  samples,  symbol  name, debug
              filename and line number, binary image filename.

       --symbols / -l
              List per-symbol information  instead  of  a  binary
              image summary.

       --threshold / -t [percentage]
              Only  output  data  for symbols that have more than
              the given percentage of total samples.

       --verbose / -V
              Give verbose debugging output.

       --version / -v
              Show version.


ENVIRONMENT

       No special environment variables are recognised  by  opre­
       port.


FILES

       /var/lib/oprofile/samples/
              The location of the generated sample files.


VERSION

       This man page is current for oprofile-0.6.


SEE ALSO

       oprofile(1)

oprofile 0.6          Wed 24 September 2003           OPREPORT(1)

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