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SubjectRe: More cluuse, was: Re: Wierd IDE/Triton behavior
On Sat, 11 Jan 1997, Uwe Bonnes wrote:

> Hallo,
> could you please write a README how you did profiling on a kernel not
> compiled for profiling? I think, this can be usefull for others to, and
> could perhaps be added to the Linux-documentation directory.
> Bye
> Uwe Bonnes

You just need to add 'profile=2' to your kernel's command line. The "2"
is the default value, and the configure help sais this about it:

This is used to adjust the granularity with which the addresses of
executed instructions get recorded in /proc/profile. But since you enabled
"Kernel profiling support", you must be a kernel hacker and hence you know
what this is about :-)

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