tapset::timestamp(3stap) — Linux manual page


TAPSET::TIMESTAMP(3stap)                        TAPSET::TIMESTAMP(3stap)

NAME         top

       tapset::timestamp - systemtap timestamp tapset

DESCRIPTION         top

        Each timestamp function returns a value to indicate when a
       function is executed. These returned values can then be used to
       indicate when an event occurred, provide an ordering for events,
       or compute the amount of time elapsed between two time stamps.

              Processor cycle count

              See function::get_cycles(3stap)
               for details.

              Kernel jiffies count

              See function::jiffies(3stap)
               for details.

       HZ     Kernel HZ

              See function::HZ(3stap)
               for details.

SEE ALSO         top

       function::get_cycles(3stap), function::jiffies(3stap),
       function::HZ(3stap), stap(1), stapprobes(3stap)

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SystemTap Tapset Reference    November 2023     TAPSET::TIMESTAMP(3stap)

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