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OProfile provides powerful and flexible profiling for Linux. And now with the announcement of the 0.9.9 release, OProfile can also be used for simple event counting with the new 'ocount' tool. Read more at http://oprofile.sf.net. OProfile 0.9.9 has been released. OProfile is still in alpha, but has been proven stable for many users. Incompatibilities with previous release --------------------------------------- - None New features ------------ - The new 'ocount' program is introduced for collecting raw event counts on a per-application, per-process, per-cpu, or system-wide basis. Unlike the profiling tools, there is no post-processing required for the collected data, which is displayed directly in the output of ocount. A common use case for event counting tools is for computing the CPI (cycles per instruction) for an application. High CPI implies possible stalls, and many architectures provide events that give detailed information about the different types of stalls. This new feature requires a kernel version of 2.6.31 or greater. - New Processor Support * Intel Haswell * IBM zEnterprise EC12 (zEC12) * AMD Generic Performance Events * IBM Power ISA 2.07 Architected Events * IBM POWER8 Bug fixes --------- Filed bug reports: ------------------------------------------------------------------------- | BUG ID | Summary |-----------|------------------------------------------------------------ | 193 | oprofile leaves a world-writable /​var/​lib/​oprofile/​jitdump/​ | 219 | operf problems with PATH env variable | 220 | opjitconv fails with Floating point exception | 221 | opreport to find nonexistent symbol cause segfault | 222 | JIT profiling with oprofile fails when PID is > 32768 | 223 | jvmti agent reports missing /​var/​lib/​oprofile/​jitdump | 225 | operf should record throttling/​multiplexing | | NOTE: Multiplexing detection was removed because the | | kernel provides no guaranteed method for detecting this. | 226 | operf build fails: PERF_RECORD_MISC_GUEST_* not declared | 228 | On Fedora18, oprofile's CRC method to find debuginfo breaks | 229 | operf/​ppc64: Allow use of event names without _GRP<n> suffix | 233 | Default named unit mask with no extra parameter is broken | 234 | operf/​opcontrol accept some invalid unit mask values | 235 | Unit mask bitmasks containing non-unique values should fail | 237 | operf problems with --pid and --system-wide options | 240 | parsed_filename.jit_dumpfile_exists represent wrong value | 241 | Flesh out user manual doc on oparchive/opimport commands ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bug fixes and improvements without a filed report (e.g., posted to the list): --------------- - OProfile build fails for 32-bit ppc; operf_utils.cpp compile fails - operf: handle spaces in arguments correctly - Add support for ARC architecture to operf - Fix configure to handle architectures that do not implement perf_event_open - operf: Fix ppc64-specific code that handles _GRP## suffix in event names - Change configure to look for libpfm4 first (for ppc64); fall back to libpfm3 - Fix operf default unit mask handling - Fix various compile issues with recent gcc - Fix opreport header info on unit mask when operf is run without a UM specified - operf: Fix 'Permission denied' error on early perf_events kernels - operf does not run opjitconv if --pid or --system-wide used - operf does not properly collect samples for children of already-running app - Update configure.ac to work with automake 1.13 - Change configure to distinguish between ppc32 and ppc64 architectures - Make convertPerfData procedure more robust - Fix operf seg fault due to event array size being too small; - Fix Ivybridge EP support - Performance improvement for operf's perf_event-to-oprofile format conversion - Fix broken --with-kernel configure option - oprofile pp tools should print messages about operf's lost samples - Fix opjitconv error message for bfd_set_arch_mach failure - Fix holes in operf system-wide profiling of forked processes - Fix Coverity issues identified against oprofile 0.9.8 release - Fix support for Intel Netburst (e.g., Pentium P4) with operf - Fix for oprof_start when daemonrc file does not exist - Print debug message when module summary count differs from total symbols counts - oprof_start: Don't show irrelevant bits in unit mask sub-window - Fix size problem of oprof_start GUI (overlapping sub-windows) - Various man page updates to match actual oprofile tools options Known problems and limitations ------------------------- - AMD Instruction Based Sampling (IBS) is not currently supported with the operf program. Use the "legacy" opcontrol commands for IBS profiling. - When using operf to profile multiple events, the absolute number of events recorded may be substantially fewer than expected. This can be due to knwon bug in the Linux kernel's Performance Events Subsystem that was fixed sometime between Linux kernel version 3.1 and 3.5. - If NMI watchdog is not disabled (x86), opcontrol may fail to allocate the hardware performance counter(s) it needs (bug #1468916). - Many Alpha ev67 events do not work (bug #931875).
Source: oprofile-0.9.9_readme, updated 2013-07-29

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