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kgmon(8)			  Unsupported			      kgmon(8)

       kgmon - generate a dump of the operating system's profile buffers

       /etc/kgmon [ options ] [ system ] [ memory ]

       The command is used when profiling the operating system.	 When no argu‐
       ments are supplied, indicates the state of operating  system  profiling
       as  running,  off,  or not configured.  For further information, see If
       the option is specified, extracts profile data from the operating  sys‐
       tem and produces a file suitable for later analysis by

       The  file is first converted to a format suitable for by using the fil‐
       ter. The command dumps the kernel profiling data for all the processors
       in the system. The command is used to create a file suitable for analy‐
       sis by for any or all the processors in the system.

       -b   Resumes the collection of profile data.

       -h   Stops the collection of profile data.

       -p   Dumps the contents of the profile buffers into a file.

       -r   Resets all the profile buffers.  If the option is also  specified,
	    the file is generated before the buffers are reset.

       If  neither nor is specified, the state of profiling collection remains
       unchanged.  For example, if the option is specified and profile data is
       being collected, profiling will be momentarily suspended, the operating
       system profile buffers will be dumped, and profiling  will  be  immedi‐
       ately resumed.

       Users with only read permission on cannot change the state of profiling
       collection.  They can get a file with the warning that the data may  be
       inconsistent if profiling is in progress.

       Default system

       Default memory

See Also
       gprof(1), config(8), kgconv(8)


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