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


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

NAME         top

       function::print_usyms - Print out user stack from string

SYNOPSIS         top


ARGUMENTS         top

           String with list of hexadecimal (user) addresses

DESCRIPTION         top

       This function performs a symbolic lookup of the addresses in the
       given string, which are assumed to be the result of prior calls
       to ustack, ucallers, and similar functions.

       Prints one line per address, including the address, the name of
       the function containing the address, and an estimate of its
       position within that function, as obtained by usymdata. Returns

SEE ALSO         top


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

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