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Subject[BUG] perf stat: useless output for raw events with new event parser
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Hi,

With the new event parser, one can express raw events field by field:

$ perf stat -e cpu/event=0x3c,umask=0x0/,cpu/event=0xc5,umask=0x0/ noploop 1

The problem with this is that the output of perf stat becomes useless:

$ perf stat -e cpu/event=0x3c,umask=0x0/,cpu/event=0xc5,umask=0x0/ noploop 1
noploop for 1 seconds

Performance counter stats for 'noploop 1':

2395038678 pmu
10787 pmu
^^^^^^
1.000802603 seconds time elapsed

We lose the event names or encoding completely. Now for all events
expressed via this
new syntax , all we see is 'pmu'. That is pretty useless. It is hard
to decrypt the results
without some serious scripting.

Not sure how to solve this given how the parser works. This looks like
a regression to me.


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