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Power Management, Tools, Training, Linux Kernel
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Linaro
Software Engineer
Leo Yan
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"Currently working at Linaro where I am tech lead for the Support and Solutions Engineering team. This team provides a mixture of technical support (for developers), training and custom engineering services to Linaro members and our professional services customers. As part of my work at Linaro I have become a co-maintainer of the Linux kernel kgdb/kdb and backlight sub-systems. I am also heavily involved in the 96Boards activities at Linaro."
Linaro
Tech lead - Support and Solutions Engineering
Daniel Thompson
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YVR18-416:Using perf On Arm platforms
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Perf is a powerful tool for profiling and debugging for Linux kernel. In addition to being the main window into the performance counters, it also provides support for different backends including both software and hardware tracing.

In this session we will offer an introduction for perf support for the Arm platform, with particular focus on the how perf can exploit the PMU hardware counters and Coresight hardware features. We will reinforce this with practical examples of tracing and profiling using the perf tool on 96boards Hikey boards.

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