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       dlv-trace - Compile and begin tracing program.


       dlv trace [package] regexp [flags]


       Trace program execution.

       The  trace  sub  command  will  set  a  tracepoint on every function matching the provided
       regular expression and output information when tracepoint is hit.  This is useful  if  you
       do  not want to begin an entire debug session, but merely want to know what functions your
       process is executing.

       The output of the trace sub command is printed to stderr, so if you would like to only see
       the output of the trace operations you can redirect stdout.


       --ebpf[=false]      Trace using eBPF (experimental).

       -e, --exec=""      Binary file to exec and trace.

       -h, --help[=false]      help for trace

       --output="debug"      Output path for the binary.

       -p, --pid=0      Pid to attach to.

       -s, --stack=0      Show stack trace with given depth. (Ignored with --ebpf)

       -t, --test[=false]      Trace a test binary.


       --accept-multiclient[=false]       Allows  a  headless  server  to  accept multiple client
       connections via JSON-RPC or DAP.

       --allow-non-terminal-interactive[=false]      Allows interactive sessions  of  Delve  that
       don't have a terminal as stdin, stdout and stderr

       --api-version=1       Selects  JSON-RPC  API version when headless. New clients should use
       v2. Can be reset via RPCServer.SetApiVersion. See Documentation/api/json-rpc/

       --backend="default"      Backend selection (see 'dlv help backend').

       --build-flags=""      Build flags, to be passed to the  compiler.  For  example:  --build-
       flags="-tags=integration -mod=vendor -cover -v"

       --check-go-version[=true]       Exits  if  the version of Go in use is not compatible (too
       old or too new) with the version of Delve.

       --disable-aslr[=false]      Disables address space randomization

       --headless[=false]      Run debug server only, in headless mode. Server will  accept  both
       JSON-RPC or DAP client connections.

       --init=""      Init file, executed by the terminal client.

       -l, --listen=""      Debugging server listen address.

       --log[=false]      Enable debugging server logging.

       --log-dest=""       Writes  logs  to  the specified file or file descriptor (see 'dlv help

       --log-output=""      Comma separated list of components that should produce  debug  output
       (see 'dlv help log')

       --only-same-user[=true]       Only  connections  from  the  same  user  that  started this
       instance of Delve are allowed to connect.

       -r, --redirect=[]       Specifies  redirect  rules  for  target  process  (see  'dlv  help

       --wd=""      Working directory for running the program.