The trace-cmd(1) stack enables the Ftrace stack tracer within the
kernel. The stack tracer enables the function tracer and at each
function call within the kernel, the stack is checked. When a new
maximum usage stack is discovered, it is recorded.
When no option is used, the current stack is displayed.
To enable the stack tracer, use the option --start, and to disable
the stack tracer, use the option --stop. The output will be the
maximum stack found since the start was enabled.
Use --reset to reset the stack counter to zero.
This page is part of the trace-cmd (a front-end for Ftrace) project.
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