--cpu-type / -c
Show the events for the given numerical CPU type.
--get-cpu-type / -r
Show the symbolic CPU name.
--get-default-event / -d
Show the default event for the specified CPU type.
--check-events / -e [events]
Check the given space-separated event descriptions for
validity. If the events are valid, show which pmu counter
each event would be assigned to.
Use the callgraph depth to compute the higher minimum
sampling intervals for the events.
--unit-mask / -u [event]
Show the default unit mask for the given event.
--extra-mask / -E [event]
Show the extra unit mask for given event.
--xml / -X
List events in XML format.
--help / -? / --usage
Show help message.
--version / -v
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