function::print_ubacktrace_fileline(3stap) — Linux manual page


FUNCTION::PRINT_UBAC(3stap) Context FunctionsFUNCTION::PRINT_UBAC(3stap)

NAME         top

       function::print_ubacktrace_fileline - Print stack back trace for
       current user-space task.

SYNOPSIS         top

       1) print_ubacktrace_fileline()

       2) print_ubacktrace_fileline(pc:long,sp:long,fp:long)

ARGUMENTS         top

           override PC

           override SP

           override FP

DESCRIPTION         top


       2) Equivalent toprint_ubacktrace, but output for each symbol is
       longer including file names and line numbers.

       Equivalent to print_ubacktrace_fileline, but it performs the
       backtrace using the pc, sp, and fp passed in.

NOTE         top

       To get (full) backtraces for user space applications and shared
       shared libraries not mentioned in the current script run stap
       with -d /path/to/exe-or-so and/or add --ldd to load all needed
       unwind data.

SEE ALSO         top


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SystemTap Tapset Reference     April 2023    FUNCTION::PRINT_UBAC(3stap)

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