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authorIngo Molnar <mingo@elte.hu>2010-11-16 18:45:39 +0100
committerThomas Gleixner <tglx@linutronix.de>2010-11-16 19:37:44 +0100
commit133dc4c39c57eeef2577ca5b4ed24765b7a78ce2 (patch)
tree88309b8336fccfd8fea52a5c1e107d6ca2060a39 /tools
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downloadlinux-133dc4c39c57eeef2577ca5b4ed24765b7a78ce2.tar.gz
perf: Rename 'perf trace' to 'perf script'
Free the perf trace name space and rename the trace to 'script' which is a better match for the scripting engine. Signed-off-by: Ingo Molnar <mingo@elte.hu> Signed-off-by: Thomas Gleixner <tglx@linutronix.de>
Diffstat (limited to 'tools')
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/Documentation/perf-script-perl.txt (renamed from tools/perf/Documentation/perf-trace-perl.txt)28
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/Documentation/perf-script-python.txt (renamed from tools/perf/Documentation/perf-trace-python.txt)88
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/Documentation/perf-script.txt (renamed from tools/perf/Documentation/perf-trace.txt)54
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/Makefile2
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/builtin-lock.c6
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/builtin-sched.c6
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/builtin-script.c (renamed from tools/perf/builtin-trace.c)40
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/builtin.h2
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/perf.c2
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/scripts/python/Perf-Trace-Util/Context.c2
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/util/scripting-engines/trace-event-perl.c6
-rw-r--r--tools/perf/util/scripting-engines/trace-event-python.c4
12 files changed, 120 insertions, 120 deletions
diff --git a/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-trace-perl.txt b/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-script-perl.txt
index ee6525ee6d69..5bb41e55a3ac 100644
--- a/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-trace-perl.txt
+++ b/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-script-perl.txt
@@ -1,19 +1,19 @@
-perf-trace-perl(1)
+perf-script-perl(1)
==================
NAME
----
-perf-trace-perl - Process trace data with a Perl script
+perf-script-perl - Process trace data with a Perl script
SYNOPSIS
--------
[verse]
-'perf trace' [-s [Perl]:script[.pl] ]
+'perf script' [-s [Perl]:script[.pl] ]
DESCRIPTION
-----------
-This perf trace option is used to process perf trace data using perf's
+This perf script option is used to process perf script data using perf's
built-in Perl interpreter. It reads and processes the input file and
displays the results of the trace analysis implemented in the given
Perl script, if any.
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ Perl script, if any.
STARTER SCRIPTS
---------------
-You can avoid reading the rest of this document by running 'perf trace
+You can avoid reading the rest of this document by running 'perf script
-g perl' in the same directory as an existing perf.data trace file.
That will generate a starter script containing a handler for each of
the event types in the trace file; it simply prints every available
@@ -30,13 +30,13 @@ field for each event in the trace file.
You can also look at the existing scripts in
~/libexec/perf-core/scripts/perl for typical examples showing how to
do basic things like aggregate event data, print results, etc. Also,
-the check-perf-trace.pl script, while not interesting for its results,
+the check-perf-script.pl script, while not interesting for its results,
attempts to exercise all of the main scripting features.
EVENT HANDLERS
--------------
-When perf trace is invoked using a trace script, a user-defined
+When perf script is invoked using a trace script, a user-defined
'handler function' is called for each event in the trace. If there's
no handler function defined for a given event type, the event is
ignored (or passed to a 'trace_handled' function, see below) and the
@@ -112,13 +112,13 @@ write a useful trace script. The sections below cover the rest.
SCRIPT LAYOUT
-------------
-Every perf trace Perl script should start by setting up a Perl module
+Every perf script Perl script should start by setting up a Perl module
search path and 'use'ing a few support modules (see module
descriptions below):
----
- use lib "$ENV{'PERF_EXEC_PATH'}/scripts/perl/Perf-Trace-Util/lib";
- use lib "./Perf-Trace-Util/lib";
+ use lib "$ENV{'PERF_EXEC_PATH'}/scripts/perl/perf-script-Util/lib";
+ use lib "./perf-script-Util/lib";
use Perf::Trace::Core;
use Perf::Trace::Context;
use Perf::Trace::Util;
@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ sub trace_unhandled
----
The remaining sections provide descriptions of each of the available
-built-in perf trace Perl modules and their associated functions.
+built-in perf script Perl modules and their associated functions.
AVAILABLE MODULES AND FUNCTIONS
-------------------------------
@@ -170,7 +170,7 @@ AVAILABLE MODULES AND FUNCTIONS
The following sections describe the functions and variables available
via the various Perf::Trace::* Perl modules. To use the functions and
variables from the given module, add the corresponding 'use
-Perf::Trace::XXX' line to your perf trace script.
+Perf::Trace::XXX' line to your perf script script.
Perf::Trace::Core Module
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@@ -204,7 +204,7 @@ argument.
Perf::Trace::Util Module
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-Various utility functions for use with perf trace:
+Various utility functions for use with perf script:
nsecs($secs, $nsecs) - returns total nsecs given secs/nsecs pair
nsecs_secs($nsecs) - returns whole secs portion given nsecs
@@ -214,4 +214,4 @@ Various utility functions for use with perf trace:
SEE ALSO
--------
-linkperf:perf-trace[1]
+linkperf:perf-script[1]
diff --git a/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-trace-python.txt b/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-script-python.txt
index 693be804dd3d..36b38277422c 100644
--- a/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-trace-python.txt
+++ b/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-script-python.txt
@@ -1,19 +1,19 @@
-perf-trace-python(1)
+perf-script-python(1)
====================
NAME
----
-perf-trace-python - Process trace data with a Python script
+perf-script-python - Process trace data with a Python script
SYNOPSIS
--------
[verse]
-'perf trace' [-s [Python]:script[.py] ]
+'perf script' [-s [Python]:script[.py] ]
DESCRIPTION
-----------
-This perf trace option is used to process perf trace data using perf's
+This perf script option is used to process perf script data using perf's
built-in Python interpreter. It reads and processes the input file and
displays the results of the trace analysis implemented in the given
Python script, if any.
@@ -23,15 +23,15 @@ A QUICK EXAMPLE
This section shows the process, start to finish, of creating a working
Python script that aggregates and extracts useful information from a
-raw perf trace stream. You can avoid reading the rest of this
+raw perf script stream. You can avoid reading the rest of this
document if an example is enough for you; the rest of the document
provides more details on each step and lists the library functions
available to script writers.
This example actually details the steps that were used to create the
-'syscall-counts' script you see when you list the available perf trace
-scripts via 'perf trace -l'. As such, this script also shows how to
-integrate your script into the list of general-purpose 'perf trace'
+'syscall-counts' script you see when you list the available perf script
+scripts via 'perf script -l'. As such, this script also shows how to
+integrate your script into the list of general-purpose 'perf script'
scripts listed by that command.
The syscall-counts script is a simple script, but demonstrates all the
@@ -105,31 +105,31 @@ That single stream will be recorded in a file in the current directory
called perf.data.
Once we have a perf.data file containing our data, we can use the -g
-'perf trace' option to generate a Python script that will contain a
+'perf script' option to generate a Python script that will contain a
callback handler for each event type found in the perf.data trace
stream (for more details, see the STARTER SCRIPTS section).
----
-# perf trace -g python
-generated Python script: perf-trace.py
+# perf script -g python
+generated Python script: perf-script.py
The output file created also in the current directory is named
-perf-trace.py. Here's the file in its entirety:
+perf-script.py. Here's the file in its entirety:
-# perf trace event handlers, generated by perf trace -g python
+# perf script event handlers, generated by perf script -g python
# Licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL License version 2
# The common_* event handler fields are the most useful fields common to
# all events. They don't necessarily correspond to the 'common_*' fields
# in the format files. Those fields not available as handler params can
# be retrieved using Python functions of the form common_*(context).
-# See the perf-trace-python Documentation for the list of available functions.
+# See the perf-script-python Documentation for the list of available functions.
import os
import sys
sys.path.append(os.environ['PERF_EXEC_PATH'] + \
- '/scripts/python/Perf-Trace-Util/lib/Perf/Trace')
+ '/scripts/python/perf-script-Util/lib/Perf/Trace')
from perf_trace_context import *
from Core import *
@@ -160,7 +160,7 @@ def print_header(event_name, cpu, secs, nsecs, pid, comm):
----
At the top is a comment block followed by some import statements and a
-path append which every perf trace script should include.
+path append which every perf script script should include.
Following that are a couple generated functions, trace_begin() and
trace_end(), which are called at the beginning and the end of the
@@ -189,8 +189,8 @@ simply a utility function used for that purpose. Let's rename the
script and run it to see the default output:
----
-# mv perf-trace.py syscall-counts.py
-# perf trace -s syscall-counts.py
+# mv perf-script.py syscall-counts.py
+# perf script -s syscall-counts.py
raw_syscalls__sys_enter 1 00840.847582083 7506 perf id=1, args=
raw_syscalls__sys_enter 1 00840.847595764 7506 perf id=1, args=
@@ -216,7 +216,7 @@ import os
import sys
sys.path.append(os.environ['PERF_EXEC_PATH'] + \
- '/scripts/python/Perf-Trace-Util/lib/Perf/Trace')
+ '/scripts/python/perf-script-Util/lib/Perf/Trace')
from perf_trace_context import *
from Core import *
@@ -279,7 +279,7 @@ import os
import sys
sys.path.append(os.environ['PERF_EXEC_PATH'] + \
- '/scripts/python/Perf-Trace-Util/lib/Perf/Trace')
+ '/scripts/python/perf-script-Util/lib/Perf/Trace')
from perf_trace_context import *
from Core import *
@@ -315,7 +315,7 @@ def print_syscall_totals():
The script can be run just as before:
- # perf trace -s syscall-counts.py
+ # perf script -s syscall-counts.py
So those are the essential steps in writing and running a script. The
process can be generalized to any tracepoint or set of tracepoints
@@ -324,17 +324,17 @@ interested in by looking at the list of available events shown by
'perf list' and/or look in /sys/kernel/debug/tracing events for
detailed event and field info, record the corresponding trace data
using 'perf record', passing it the list of interesting events,
-generate a skeleton script using 'perf trace -g python' and modify the
+generate a skeleton script using 'perf script -g python' and modify the
code to aggregate and display it for your particular needs.
After you've done that you may end up with a general-purpose script
that you want to keep around and have available for future use. By
writing a couple of very simple shell scripts and putting them in the
right place, you can have your script listed alongside the other
-scripts listed by the 'perf trace -l' command e.g.:
+scripts listed by the 'perf script -l' command e.g.:
----
-root@tropicana:~# perf trace -l
+root@tropicana:~# perf script -l
List of available trace scripts:
workqueue-stats workqueue stats (ins/exe/create/destroy)
wakeup-latency system-wide min/max/avg wakeup latency
@@ -365,14 +365,14 @@ perf record -a -e raw_syscalls:sys_enter
The 'report' script is also a shell script with the same base name as
your script, but with -report appended. It should also be located in
the perf/scripts/python/bin directory. In that script, you write the
-'perf trace -s' command-line needed for running your script:
+'perf script -s' command-line needed for running your script:
----
# cat kernel-source/tools/perf/scripts/python/bin/syscall-counts-report
#!/bin/bash
# description: system-wide syscall counts
-perf trace -s ~/libexec/perf-core/scripts/python/syscall-counts.py
+perf script -s ~/libexec/perf-core/scripts/python/syscall-counts.py
----
Note that the location of the Python script given in the shell script
@@ -390,17 +390,17 @@ total 32
drwxr-xr-x 4 trz trz 4096 2010-01-26 22:30 .
drwxr-xr-x 4 trz trz 4096 2010-01-26 22:29 ..
drwxr-xr-x 2 trz trz 4096 2010-01-26 22:29 bin
--rw-r--r-- 1 trz trz 2548 2010-01-26 22:29 check-perf-trace.py
-drwxr-xr-x 3 trz trz 4096 2010-01-26 22:49 Perf-Trace-Util
+-rw-r--r-- 1 trz trz 2548 2010-01-26 22:29 check-perf-script.py
+drwxr-xr-x 3 trz trz 4096 2010-01-26 22:49 perf-script-Util
-rw-r--r-- 1 trz trz 1462 2010-01-26 22:30 syscall-counts.py
----
Once you've done that (don't forget to do a new 'make install',
-otherwise your script won't show up at run-time), 'perf trace -l'
+otherwise your script won't show up at run-time), 'perf script -l'
should show a new entry for your script:
----
-root@tropicana:~# perf trace -l
+root@tropicana:~# perf script -l
List of available trace scripts:
workqueue-stats workqueue stats (ins/exe/create/destroy)
wakeup-latency system-wide min/max/avg wakeup latency
@@ -409,19 +409,19 @@ List of available trace scripts:
syscall-counts system-wide syscall counts
----
-You can now perform the record step via 'perf trace record':
+You can now perform the record step via 'perf script record':
- # perf trace record syscall-counts
+ # perf script record syscall-counts
-and display the output using 'perf trace report':
+and display the output using 'perf script report':
- # perf trace report syscall-counts
+ # perf script report syscall-counts
STARTER SCRIPTS
---------------
You can quickly get started writing a script for a particular set of
-trace data by generating a skeleton script using 'perf trace -g
+trace data by generating a skeleton script using 'perf script -g
python' in the same directory as an existing perf.data trace file.
That will generate a starter script containing a handler for each of
the event types in the trace file; it simply prints every available
@@ -430,13 +430,13 @@ field for each event in the trace file.
You can also look at the existing scripts in
~/libexec/perf-core/scripts/python for typical examples showing how to
do basic things like aggregate event data, print results, etc. Also,
-the check-perf-trace.py script, while not interesting for its results,
+the check-perf-script.py script, while not interesting for its results,
attempts to exercise all of the main scripting features.
EVENT HANDLERS
--------------
-When perf trace is invoked using a trace script, a user-defined
+When perf script is invoked using a trace script, a user-defined
'handler function' is called for each event in the trace. If there's
no handler function defined for a given event type, the event is
ignored (or passed to a 'trace_handled' function, see below) and the
@@ -510,7 +510,7 @@ write a useful trace script. The sections below cover the rest.
SCRIPT LAYOUT
-------------
-Every perf trace Python script should start by setting up a Python
+Every perf script Python script should start by setting up a Python
module search path and 'import'ing a few support modules (see module
descriptions below):
@@ -519,7 +519,7 @@ descriptions below):
import sys
sys.path.append(os.environ['PERF_EXEC_PATH'] + \
- '/scripts/python/Perf-Trace-Util/lib/Perf/Trace')
+ '/scripts/python/perf-script-Util/lib/Perf/Trace')
from perf_trace_context import *
from Core import *
@@ -559,15 +559,15 @@ def trace_unhandled(event_name, context, common_cpu, common_secs,
----
The remaining sections provide descriptions of each of the available
-built-in perf trace Python modules and their associated functions.
+built-in perf script Python modules and their associated functions.
AVAILABLE MODULES AND FUNCTIONS
-------------------------------
The following sections describe the functions and variables available
-via the various perf trace Python modules. To use the functions and
+via the various perf script Python modules. To use the functions and
variables from the given module, add the corresponding 'from XXXX
-import' line to your perf trace script.
+import' line to your perf script script.
Core.py Module
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
@@ -610,7 +610,7 @@ argument.
Util.py Module
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-Various utility functions for use with perf trace:
+Various utility functions for use with perf script:
nsecs(secs, nsecs) - returns total nsecs given secs/nsecs pair
nsecs_secs(nsecs) - returns whole secs portion given nsecs
@@ -620,4 +620,4 @@ Various utility functions for use with perf trace:
SEE ALSO
--------
-linkperf:perf-trace[1]
+linkperf:perf-script[1]
diff --git a/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-trace.txt b/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-script.txt
index 26aff6bf9e50..f442acc105bc 100644
--- a/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-trace.txt
+++ b/tools/perf/Documentation/perf-script.txt
@@ -1,71 +1,71 @@
-perf-trace(1)
+perf-script(1)
=============
NAME
----
-perf-trace - Read perf.data (created by perf record) and display trace output
+perf-script - Read perf.data (created by perf record) and display trace output
SYNOPSIS
--------
[verse]
-'perf trace' [<options>]
-'perf trace' [<options>] record <script> [<record-options>] <command>
-'perf trace' [<options>] report <script> [script-args]
-'perf trace' [<options>] <script> <required-script-args> [<record-options>] <command>
-'perf trace' [<options>] <top-script> [script-args]
+'perf script' [<options>]
+'perf script' [<options>] record <script> [<record-options>] <command>
+'perf script' [<options>] report <script> [script-args]
+'perf script' [<options>] <script> <required-script-args> [<record-options>] <command>
+'perf script' [<options>] <top-script> [script-args]
DESCRIPTION
-----------
This command reads the input file and displays the trace recorded.
-There are several variants of perf trace:
+There are several variants of perf script:
- 'perf trace' to see a detailed trace of the workload that was
+ 'perf script' to see a detailed trace of the workload that was
recorded.
You can also run a set of pre-canned scripts that aggregate and
summarize the raw trace data in various ways (the list of scripts is
- available via 'perf trace -l'). The following variants allow you to
+ available via 'perf script -l'). The following variants allow you to
record and run those scripts:
- 'perf trace record <script> <command>' to record the events required
- for 'perf trace report'. <script> is the name displayed in the
- output of 'perf trace --list' i.e. the actual script name minus any
+ 'perf script record <script> <command>' to record the events required
+ for 'perf script report'. <script> is the name displayed in the
+ output of 'perf script --list' i.e. the actual script name minus any
language extension. If <command> is not specified, the events are
recorded using the -a (system-wide) 'perf record' option.
- 'perf trace report <script> [args]' to run and display the results
+ 'perf script report <script> [args]' to run and display the results
of <script>. <script> is the name displayed in the output of 'perf
trace --list' i.e. the actual script name minus any language
- extension. The perf.data output from a previous run of 'perf trace
+ extension. The perf.data output from a previous run of 'perf script
record <script>' is used and should be present for this command to
succeed. [args] refers to the (mainly optional) args expected by
the script.
- 'perf trace <script> <required-script-args> <command>' to both
+ 'perf script <script> <required-script-args> <command>' to both
record the events required for <script> and to run the <script>
using 'live-mode' i.e. without writing anything to disk. <script>
- is the name displayed in the output of 'perf trace --list' i.e. the
+ is the name displayed in the output of 'perf script --list' i.e. the
actual script name minus any language extension. If <command> is
not specified, the events are recorded using the -a (system-wide)
'perf record' option. If <script> has any required args, they
should be specified before <command>. This mode doesn't allow for
optional script args to be specified; if optional script args are
- desired, they can be specified using separate 'perf trace record'
- and 'perf trace report' commands, with the stdout of the record step
+ desired, they can be specified using separate 'perf script record'
+ and 'perf script report' commands, with the stdout of the record step
piped to the stdin of the report script, using the '-o -' and '-i -'
options of the corresponding commands.
- 'perf trace <top-script>' to both record the events required for
+ 'perf script <top-script>' to both record the events required for
<top-script> and to run the <top-script> using 'live-mode'
i.e. without writing anything to disk. <top-script> is the name
- displayed in the output of 'perf trace --list' i.e. the actual
+ displayed in the output of 'perf script --list' i.e. the actual
script name minus any language extension; a <top-script> is defined
as any script name ending with the string 'top'.
- [<record-options>] can be passed to the record steps of 'perf trace
+ [<record-options>] can be passed to the record steps of 'perf script
record' and 'live-mode' variants; this isn't possible however for
- <top-script> 'live-mode' or 'perf trace report' variants.
+ <top-script> 'live-mode' or 'perf script report' variants.
See the 'SEE ALSO' section for links to language-specific
information on how to write and run your own trace scripts.
@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ OPTIONS
Any command you can specify in a shell.
-D::
---dump-raw-trace=::
+--dump-raw-script=::
Display verbose dump of the trace data.
-L::
@@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ OPTIONS
-g::
--gen-script=::
- Generate perf-trace.[ext] starter script for given language,
+ Generate perf-script.[ext] starter script for given language,
using current perf.data.
-a::
@@ -107,5 +107,5 @@ OPTIONS
SEE ALSO
--------
-linkperf:perf-record[1], linkperf:perf-trace-perl[1],
-linkperf:perf-trace-python[1]
+linkperf:perf-record[1], linkperf:perf-script-perl[1],
+linkperf:perf-script-python[1]
diff --git a/tools/perf/Makefile b/tools/perf/Makefile
index d1db0f676a4b..a9c19d013147 100644
--- a/tools/perf/Makefile
+++ b/tools/perf/Makefile
@@ -485,7 +485,7 @@ BUILTIN_OBJS += $(OUTPUT)builtin-report.o
BUILTIN_OBJS += $(OUTPUT)builtin-stat.o
BUILTIN_OBJS += $(OUTPUT)builtin-timechart.o
BUILTIN_OBJS += $(OUTPUT)builtin-top.o
-BUILTIN_OBJS += $(OUTPUT)builtin-trace.o
+BUILTIN_OBJS += $(OUTPUT)builtin-script.o
BUILTIN_OBJS += $(OUTPUT)builtin-probe.o
BUILTIN_OBJS += $(OUTPUT)builtin-kmem.o
BUILTIN_OBJS += $(OUTPUT)builtin-lock.o
diff --git a/tools/perf/builtin-lock.c b/tools/perf/builtin-lock.c
index 821c1586a22b..8452a2ae2191 100644
--- a/tools/perf/builtin-lock.c
+++ b/tools/perf/builtin-lock.c
@@ -982,9 +982,9 @@ int cmd_lock(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix __used)
usage_with_options(report_usage, report_options);
}
__cmd_report();
- } else if (!strcmp(argv[0], "trace")) {
- /* Aliased to 'perf trace' */
- return cmd_trace(argc, argv, prefix);
+ } else if (!strcmp(argv[0], "script")) {
+ /* Aliased to 'perf script' */
+ return cmd_script(argc, argv, prefix);
} else if (!strcmp(argv[0], "info")) {
if (argc) {
argc = parse_options(argc, argv,
diff --git a/tools/perf/builtin-sched.c b/tools/perf/builtin-sched.c
index 55f3b5dcc731..26523c939791 100644
--- a/tools/perf/builtin-sched.c
+++ b/tools/perf/builtin-sched.c
@@ -1888,10 +1888,10 @@ int cmd_sched(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix __used)
usage_with_options(sched_usage, sched_options);
/*
- * Aliased to 'perf trace' for now:
+ * Aliased to 'perf script' for now:
*/
- if (!strcmp(argv[0], "trace"))
- return cmd_trace(argc, argv, prefix);
+ if (!strcmp(argv[0], "script"))
+ return cmd_script(argc, argv, prefix);
symbol__init();
if (!strncmp(argv[0], "rec", 3)) {
diff --git a/tools/perf/builtin-trace.c b/tools/perf/builtin-script.c
index 86cfe3800e6b..492d19d86534 100644
--- a/tools/perf/builtin-trace.c
+++ b/tools/perf/builtin-script.c
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ static void setup_scripting(void)
static int cleanup_scripting(void)
{
- pr_debug("\nperf trace script stopped\n");
+ pr_debug("\nperf script stopped\n");
return scripting_ops->stop_script();
}
@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ static void sig_handler(int sig __unused)
session_done = 1;
}
-static int __cmd_trace(struct perf_session *session)
+static int __cmd_script(struct perf_session *session)
{
int ret;
@@ -247,7 +247,7 @@ static void list_available_languages(void)
fprintf(stderr, "\n");
fprintf(stderr, "Scripting language extensions (used in "
- "perf trace -s [spec:]script.[spec]):\n\n");
+ "perf script -s [spec:]script.[spec]):\n\n");
list_for_each_entry(s, &script_specs, node)
fprintf(stderr, " %-42s [%s]\n", s->spec, s->ops->name);
@@ -569,12 +569,12 @@ out:
return n_args;
}
-static const char * const trace_usage[] = {
- "perf trace [<options>]",
- "perf trace [<options>] record <script> [<record-options>] <command>",
- "perf trace [<options>] report <script> [script-args]",
- "perf trace [<options>] <script> [<record-options>] <command>",
- "perf trace [<options>] <top-script> [script-args]",
+static const char * const script_usage[] = {
+ "perf script [<options>]",
+ "perf script [<options>] record <script> [<record-options>] <command>",
+ "perf script [<options>] report <script> [script-args]",
+ "perf script [<options>] <script> [<record-options>] <command>",
+ "perf script [<options>] <top-script> [script-args]",
NULL
};
@@ -591,7 +591,7 @@ static const struct option options[] = {
"script file name (lang:script name, script name, or *)",
parse_scriptname),
OPT_STRING('g', "gen-script", &generate_script_lang, "lang",
- "generate perf-trace.xx script in specified language"),
+ "generate perf-script.xx script in specified language"),
OPT_STRING('i', "input", &input_name, "file",
"input file name"),
OPT_BOOLEAN('d', "debug-mode", &debug_mode,
@@ -614,7 +614,7 @@ static bool have_cmd(int argc, const char **argv)
return argc != 0;
}
-int cmd_trace(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix __used)
+int cmd_script(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix __used)
{
char *rec_script_path = NULL;
char *rep_script_path = NULL;
@@ -626,7 +626,7 @@ int cmd_trace(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix __used)
setup_scripting();
- argc = parse_options(argc, argv, options, trace_usage,
+ argc = parse_options(argc, argv, options, script_usage,
PARSE_OPT_STOP_AT_NON_OPTION);
if (argc > 1 && !strncmp(argv[0], "rec", strlen("rec"))) {
@@ -640,7 +640,7 @@ int cmd_trace(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix __used)
if (!rep_script_path) {
fprintf(stderr,
"Please specify a valid report script"
- "(see 'perf trace -l' for listing)\n");
+ "(see 'perf script -l' for listing)\n");
return -1;
}
}
@@ -658,8 +658,8 @@ int cmd_trace(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix __used)
if (!rec_script_path && !rep_script_path) {
fprintf(stderr, " Couldn't find script %s\n\n See perf"
- " trace -l for available scripts.\n", argv[0]);
- usage_with_options(trace_usage, options);
+ " script -l for available scripts.\n", argv[0]);
+ usage_with_options(script_usage, options);
}
if (is_top_script(argv[0])) {
@@ -671,9 +671,9 @@ int cmd_trace(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix __used)
rec_args = (argc - 1) - rep_args;
if (rec_args < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, " %s script requires options."
- "\n\n See perf trace -l for available "
+ "\n\n See perf script -l for available "
"scripts and options.\n", argv[0]);
- usage_with_options(trace_usage, options);
+ usage_with_options(script_usage, options);
}
}
@@ -806,7 +806,7 @@ int cmd_trace(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix __used)
return -1;
}
- err = scripting_ops->generate_script("perf-trace");
+ err = scripting_ops->generate_script("perf-script");
goto out;
}
@@ -814,10 +814,10 @@ int cmd_trace(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix __used)
err = scripting_ops->start_script(script_name, argc, argv);
if (err)
goto out;
- pr_debug("perf trace started with script %s\n\n", script_name);
+ pr_debug("perf script started with script %s\n\n", script_name);
}
- err = __cmd_trace(session);
+ err = __cmd_script(session);
perf_session__delete(session);
cleanup_scripting();
diff --git a/tools/perf/builtin.h b/tools/perf/builtin.h
index 921245b28583..c7798c7f24ed 100644
--- a/tools/perf/builtin.h
+++ b/tools/perf/builtin.h
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ extern int cmd_report(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix);
extern int cmd_stat(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix);
extern int cmd_timechart(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix);
extern int cmd_top(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix);
-extern int cmd_trace(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix);
+extern int cmd_script(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix);
extern int cmd_version(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix);
extern int cmd_probe(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix);
extern int cmd_kmem(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix);
diff --git a/tools/perf/perf.c b/tools/perf/perf.c
index cdd6c03f1e14..595d0f4a7103 100644
--- a/tools/perf/perf.c
+++ b/tools/perf/perf.c
@@ -323,7 +323,7 @@ static void handle_internal_command(int argc, const char **argv)
{ "top", cmd_top, 0 },
{ "annotate", cmd_annotate, 0 },
{ "version", cmd_version, 0 },
- { "trace", cmd_trace, 0 },
+ { "script", cmd_script, 0 },
{ "sched", cmd_sched, 0 },
{ "probe", cmd_probe, 0 },
{ "kmem", cmd_kmem, 0 },
diff --git a/tools/perf/scripts/python/Perf-Trace-Util/Context.c b/tools/perf/scripts/python/Perf-Trace-Util/Context.c
index 957085dd5d8d..315067b8f552 100644
--- a/tools/perf/scripts/python/Perf-Trace-Util/Context.c
+++ b/tools/perf/scripts/python/Perf-Trace-Util/Context.c
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
/*
- * Context.c. Python interfaces for perf trace.
+ * Context.c. Python interfaces for perf script.
*
* Copyright (C) 2010 Tom Zanussi <tzanussi@gmail.com>
*
diff --git a/tools/perf/util/scripting-engines/trace-event-perl.c b/tools/perf/util/scripting-engines/trace-event-perl.c
index b059dc50cc2d..93680818e244 100644
--- a/tools/perf/util/scripting-engines/trace-event-perl.c
+++ b/tools/perf/util/scripting-engines/trace-event-perl.c
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
/*
- * trace-event-perl. Feed perf trace events to an embedded Perl interpreter.
+ * trace-event-perl. Feed perf script events to an embedded Perl interpreter.
*
* Copyright (C) 2009 Tom Zanussi <tzanussi@gmail.com>
*
@@ -411,8 +411,8 @@ static int perl_generate_script(const char *outfile)
return -1;
}
- fprintf(ofp, "# perf trace event handlers, "
- "generated by perf trace -g perl\n");
+ fprintf(ofp, "# perf script event handlers, "
+ "generated by perf script -g perl\n");
fprintf(ofp, "# Licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL"
" License version 2\n\n");
diff --git a/tools/perf/util/scripting-engines/trace-event-python.c b/tools/perf/util/scripting-engines/trace-event-python.c
index 33a632523743..c6d99334bdfa 100644
--- a/tools/perf/util/scripting-engines/trace-event-python.c
+++ b/tools/perf/util/scripting-engines/trace-event-python.c
@@ -442,8 +442,8 @@ static int python_generate_script(const char *outfile)
fprintf(stderr, "couldn't open %s\n", fname);
return -1;
}
- fprintf(ofp, "# perf trace event handlers, "
- "generated by perf trace -g python\n");
+ fprintf(ofp, "# perf script event handlers, "
+ "generated by perf script -g python\n");
fprintf(ofp, "# Licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL"
" License version 2\n\n");