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perf - Performance analysis tools for Linux


perf [--version] [--help] [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]


-h, --help

Run perf help command.

-v, --version

Display perf version.


Print the compiled-in status of libraries.


Display or set exec path.


Display html documentation path.

-p, --paginate

Set up pager.


Do not set pager.


Setup buildid cache directory. It has higher priority than buildid.dir config file option.


List the most commonly used perf commands.


List available perf options.


Set debugfs directory or set environment variable PERF_DEBUGFS_DIR.


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
  kmaps            - Print kernel and module maps (perf script
                     and perf report without browser)


Write debug output to a specified file.


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)

perf-annotate(1),perf-archive(1),perf-arm-spe(1), perf-bench(1), perf-buildid-cache(1), perf-buildid-list(1), perf-c2c(1), perf-config(1), perf-data(1), perf-diff(1), perf-evlist(1), perf-ftrace(1), perf-help(1), perf-inject(1), perf-intel-pt(1), perf-iostat(1), perf-kallsyms(1), perf-kmem(1), perf-kvm(1), perf-lock(1), perf-mem(1), perf-probe(1), perf-sched(1), perf-script(1), perf-test(1), perf-trace(1), perf-version(1)


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