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And default sort keys are changed to comm, dso_from, symbol_from, dso_to
and symbol_to, see '--branch-stack'.
+ If the data file has tracepoint event(s), following (dynamic) sort keys
+ are also available:
+ trace, trace_fields, [<event>.]<field>[/raw]
+ - trace: pretty printed trace output in a single column
+ - trace_fields: fields in tracepoints in separate columns
+ - <field name>: optional event and field name for a specific field
+ The last form consists of event and field names. If event name is
+ omitted, it searches all events for matching field name. The matched
+ field will be shown only for the event has the field. The event name
+ supports substring match so user doesn't need to specify full subsystem
+ and event name everytime. For example, 'sched:sched_switch' event can
+ be shortened to 'switch' as long as it's not ambiguous. Also event can
+ be specified by its index (starting from 1) preceded by the '%'.
+ So '%1' is the first event, '%2' is the second, and so on.
+ The field name can have '/raw' suffix which disables pretty printing
+ and shows raw field value like hex numbers. The --raw-trace option
+ has the same effect for all dynamic sort keys.
+ The default sort keys are changed to 'trace' if all events in the data
+ file are tracepoint.
Specify output field - multiple keys can be specified in CSV format.