Thanks! That helped. I must have specified some sort of separation, it
works fine with --separate=3Dnone.
On Sun, 2004-03-21 at 16:18, John Levon wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 21, 2004 at 04:00:25PM +0100, Mads Kristensen wrote:
> > I'm having a few problems using the opreport tool. For some reason I
> > can't get it to display anything if I'm not using the --merge tgid
> > option. If I run opreport withour any options I get the following
> > message:
> > opreport error: Already displaying results for parameter tid with
> > values:
> > tid:0,tid:1,tid:380,tid:391,tid:7578, and 51 more,
> > which conflicts with parameter cpu.
> > Suggestion: specify tid: or --merge tid
> > What does this message mean?=20
> It means that you have specified --separate=3Dcpu,tid or similar. That is=
> you'll get separate sample files for each CPU *and* separate sample
> files for each process ID.
> Since opreport only works in 2D, it has trouble displaying
> all this data and gives up!
> So it depends on what you want. If you don't care about individual CPU
> profiles, use --merge cpu. If you don't care about individual process
> IDs use --merge tid
> Hope that clears it up for you.