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PERF-TRACE(1)				   perf Manual				    PERF-TRACE(1)

NAME
       perf-trace - strace inspired tool

SYNOPSIS
       perf trace

DESCRIPTION
       This command will show the events associated with the target, initially syscalls, but
       other system events like pagefaults, task lifetime events, scheduling events, etc.

       Initially this is a live mode only tool, but eventually will work with perf.data files
       like the other tools, allowing a detached record from analysis phases.

OPTIONS
       -a, --all-cpus
	   System-wide collection from all CPUs.

       -e, --expr
	   List of events to show, currently only syscall names. Prefixing with ! shows all
	   syscalls but the ones specified. You may need to escape it.

       -o, --output=
	   Output file name.

       -p, --pid=
	   Record events on existing process ID (comma separated list).

       -t, --tid=
	   Record events on existing thread ID (comma separated list).

       -u, --uid=
	   Record events in threads owned by uid. Name or number.

       -v, --verbose=
	   Verbosity level.

       -i, --no-inherit
	   Child tasks do not inherit counters.

       -m, --mmap-pages=
	   Number of mmap data pages. Must be a power of two.

       -C, --cpu
	   Collect samples only on the list of CPUs provided. Multiple CPUs can be provided as a
	   comma-separated list with no space: 0,1. Ranges of CPUs are specified with -: 0-2. In
	   per-thread mode with inheritance mode on (default), Events are captured only when the
	   thread executes on the designated CPUs. Default is to monitor all CPUs.

       --duration: Show only events that had a duration greater than N.M ms.

       --sched: Accrue thread runtime and provide a summary at the end of the session.

       -i --input Process events from a given perf data file.

SEE ALSO
       perf-record(1), perf-script(1)

perf					    06/30/2014				    PERF-TRACE(1)
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