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       perf-annotate - Read (created by perf record) and display annotated code


       perf annotate [-i <file> | --input=file] [symbol_name]


       This command reads the input file and displays an annotated version of the code. If the
       object file has debug symbols then the source code will be displayed alongside assembly

       If there is no debug info in the object, then annotated assembly is displayed.


       -i, --input=
           Input file name. (default:

       -d, --dsos=<dso[,dso...]>
           Only consider symbols in these dsos.

       -s, --symbol=<symbol>
           Symbol to annotate.

       -f, --force
           Don’t complain, do it.

       -v, --verbose
           Be more verbose. (Show symbol address, etc)

       -D, --dump-raw-trace
           Dump raw trace in ASCII.

       -k, --vmlinux=<file>
           vmlinux pathname.

       -m, --modules
           Load module symbols. WARNING: use only with -k and LIVE kernel.

       -l, --print-line
           Print matching source lines (may be slow).

       -P, --full-paths
           Don’t shorten the displayed pathnames.

           Use the stdio interface.

           Use the TUI interface Use of --tui requires a tty, if one is not present, as when
           piping to other commands, the stdio interface is used. This interfaces starts by
           centering on the line with more samples, TAB/UNTAB cycles through the lines with more

       -c, --cpu
           Only report samples for 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.
           Default is to report samples on all CPUs.

           Show raw instruction encoding of assembly instructions.

           Interleave source code with assembly code. Enabled by default, disable with

           Look for files with symbols relative to this directory.

       -M, --disassembler-style=
           Set disassembler style for objdump.


       perf-record(1), perf-report(1)