PERF-FTRACE(1) perf Manual PERF-FTRACE(1)
perf-ftrace - simple wrapper for kernel's ftrace functionality
perf ftrace <command>
The perf ftrace command is a simple wrapper of kernel’s ftrace functionality. It only supports single thread tracing currently and just reads trace_pipe in text and then write it to stdout. The following options apply to perf ftrace.
-t, --tracer= Tracer to use when neither -G nor -F option is not specified: function_graph or function. -v, --verbose Increase the verbosity level. -F, --funcs List available functions to trace. It accepts a pattern to only list interested functions. -p, --pid= Trace on existing process id (comma separated list). --tid= Trace on existing thread id (comma separated list). -D, --delay Time (ms) to wait before starting tracing after program start. -a, --all-cpus Force system-wide collection. Scripts run without a <command> normally use -a by default, while scripts run with a <command> normally don’t - this option allows the latter to be run in system-wide mode. -C, --cpu= Only trace for the list of CPUs provided. Multiple CPUs can be provided as a comma separated list with no space like: 0,1. Ranges of CPUs are specified with -: 0-2. Default is to trace on all online CPUs. -m, --buffer-size Set the size of per-cpu tracing buffer, <size> is expected to be a number with appended unit character - B/K/M/G. --inherit Trace children processes spawned by our target. -T, --trace-funcs= Select function tracer and set function filter on the given function (or a glob pattern). Multiple functions can be given by using this option more than once. The function argument also can be a glob pattern. It will be passed to set_ftrace_filter in tracefs. -N, --notrace-funcs= Select function tracer and do not trace functions given by the argument. Like -T option, this can be used more than once to specify multiple functions (or glob patterns). It will be passed to set_ftrace_notrace in tracefs. --func-opts List of options allowed to set: call-graph - Display kernel stack trace for function tracer. irq-info - Display irq context info for function tracer. -G, --graph-funcs= Select function_graph tracer and set graph filter on the given function (or a glob pattern). This is useful to trace for functions executed from the given function. This can be used more than once to specify multiple functions. It will be passed to set_graph_function in tracefs. -g, --nograph-funcs= Select function_graph tracer and set graph notrace filter on the given function (or a glob pattern). Like -G option, this is useful for the function_graph tracer only and disables tracing for function executed from the given function. This can be used more than once to specify multiple functions. It will be passed to set_graph_notrace in tracefs. --graph-opts List of options allowed to set: nosleep-time - Measure on-CPU time only for function_graph tracer. noirqs - Ignore functions that happen inside interrupt. verbose - Show process names, PIDs, timestamps, etc. thresh=<n> - Setup trace duration threshold in microseconds. depth=<n> - Set max depth for function graph tracer to follow.
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