PERF(1) perf Manual PERF(1)
perf - Performance analysis tools for Linux
perf [--version] [--help] [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]
--debug Setup debug variable (see list below) in value range (0, 10). Use like: --debug verbose # sets verbose = 1 --debug verbose=2 # sets verbose = 2 List of debug variables allowed to set: verbose - general debug messages ordered-events - ordered events object debug messages data-convert - data convert command debug messages stderr - write debug output (option -v) to stderr in browser mode perf-event-open - Print perf_event_open() arguments and return value --buildid-dir Setup buildid cache directory. It has higher priority than buildid.dir config file option. -v, --version Display perf version. -h, --help Run perf help command.
Performance counters for Linux are a new kernel-based subsystem that provide a framework for all things performance analysis. It covers hardware level (CPU/PMU, Performance Monitoring Unit) features and software features (software counters, tracepoints) as well.
perf-stat(1), perf-top(1), perf-record(1), perf-report(1), perf-list(1)
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Pages that refer to this page: perf-bench(1), perf-config(1), perf-data(1), perf-help(1), perf-lock(1), perf_event_open(2)