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OPHELP(1)										OPHELP(1)

NAME
       ophelp - list OProfile events

SYNOPSIS
       ophelp [ options ] [event name]

DESCRIPTION
       By  default, ophelp lists the available performance counter options. If you give it a sym-
       bolic event name, it will return the hardware value (e.g. "ophelp DATA_MEM_REFS").

OPTIONS
       --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.

       --callgraph [callgraph_depth]
	      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
	      Show version.

ENVIRONMENT
       No special environment variables are recognised by ophelp.

FILES
       $prefix/share/oprofile/
	      Event description files used by OProfile.

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

VERSION
       This man page is current for oprofile-0.9.9.

SEE ALSO
       /usr/share/doc/oprofile/, oprofile(1)

4th Berkeley Distribution		 Tue 10 June 2014				OPHELP(1)
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