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|Command|Description
|[command]#ophelp#|Displays available events for the system's processor along with a brief description of each.
|[command]#opimport#|Converts sample database files from a foreign binary format to the native format for the system. Only use this option when analyzing a sample database from a different architecture.
|[command]#opannotate#|Creates annotated source for an executable if the application was compiled with debugging symbols. See xref:OProfile.adoc#s2-oprofile-reading-opannotate[Using [command]#opannotate#] for details.
|[command]#opcontrol#|Configures what data is collected. See xref:OProfile.adoc#s1-oprofile-configuring[Configuring OProfile Using Legacy Mode] for details.
|[command]#operf#|Recommended tool to be used in place of [command]#opcontrol# for profiling. See xref:OProfile.adoc#s1-using-operf[Using operf] for details.
For differences between [command]#operf# and [command]#opcontrol# see xref:OProfile.adoc#s2-operf_vs_opcontrol[operf vs. opcontrol].
|[command]#opreport#|Retrieves profile data. See xref:OProfile.adoc#s2-oprofile-reading-opreport[Using [command]#opreport#] for details.
|[command]#oprofiled#|Runs as a daemon to periodically write sample data to disk.
[command]#operf# _options_ _range_ _command_ _args_
opcontrol
operf
operf vs. opcontrol
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