Each set of sample files (where a set is over the physical counter types) will have one of these for it. More...
|hash value for this sfile |
|const char *||image_name|
|const char *||app_filename|
|thread ID, -1 if not set |
|thread group ID, -1 if not set |
|CPU number. |
|struct operf_kernel_image *||kernel|
|kernel image if applicable |
|hash table link |
|lru list |
|true if this file should be ignored in profiles |
|opened sample files |
|extended sample files |
|struct list_head||cg_hash [CG_HASH_SIZE]|
|hash table of opened cg sample files |
Each set of sample files (where a set is over the physical counter types) will have one of these for it.
We match against the descriptions here to find which sample DB file we need to modify.
cg files are stored in the hash.
hash table of opened cg sample files
Referenced by operf_sfile_dup().
true if this file should be ignored in profiles
|const char* operf_sfile::image_name|