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libopagent1-1.3.0-lp152.2.10 RPM for ppc64le

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Name: libopagent1 Distribution: openSUSE:Leap:15.2:PowerPC / ports
Version: 1.3.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.2.10 Build date: Wed Jun 24 20:35:49 2020
Group: System/Libraries Build host: obs-power8-05
Size: 4974704 Source RPM: oprofile-1.3.0-lp152.2.10.src.rpm
Summary: System-Wide Profiler for Linux Systems
OProfile is a system-wide profiler for Linux systems, capable of
profiling all running code at low overhead. OProfile is released under
the GNU GPL.

This package contains the library needed at runtime when profiling JITed code
from supported virtual machines.




GPL-2.0+ and LGPL-2.1+


* Mon Oct 29 2018 Tony Jones <>
  - Update to version 1.3.0 (FATE#326121)
    - New/updated processor support
    * Intel Goldmont Plus
    - Bug fixes
    * #289 No manpage for opjitconv binary
    * Avoid operf crashing on samples from exiting processes when running
      on linux 4.14 and newer kernels.
    * Fix compile warning and errors when using GCC 8
  - Add patch: oprofile-handle-empty-event-name-spec-gracefully-for-ppc.patch
* Mon Oct 02 2017
  - Rectify RPM groups. Update summary of -devel subpackage.
    Do not ignore errors from useradd/groupadd.
    Avoid running fdupes across partitions.
* Mon Sep 25 2017
  - Remove qt-devel from BuildRequires, it is no needed anymore.
* Mon Aug 07 2017
  - Update to version 1.2.0
    - New/updated Processor Support
    * ARM Cortex A17
    * IBM Power 9
    * IBM Power 8NV and NVL variants
    * IBM z13
    * Intel Goldmont
    * Intel Kabylake
    * Intel Xeon Phi (Knights Landing)
    * Achitecture specific events for Applied Micro X-Gene
    - Bug fixes
    * #286 - Compilation error: left shift of negative value
    * #288 - oprofile fails to build with --enable-pch and gcc-6.2
    - Other fixes
    * Fixed compile warning and errors when using GCC 6 or GCC 7
    * Avoid using deprecated readdir_r function
    * Store samples in the archive and search the appropriate places
      for samples
    * Only start the application if the perf events setup was successful
    * Corrections in the code and i386 events so "make check" tests pass
  - Drop local patch oprofile-1.1.0-gcc6.patch (upstream)
* Sat May 20 2017
  - Depend on java-devel instead of deprecated provide
* Sat Mar 11 2017
  - Edited %files to clear unpackaged files builderror in
* Sat Jul 02 2016
  - add patch: oprofile-1.1.0-gcc6.patch, fixed boo#985359
    * cherry picked upstream commit 39d4d4, so please
      remember to drop it next release
    * GCC 6 is pickier about some of the type conversions
      avoid the intermediate bool type to make it happy
* Fri Dec 25 2015
  - Update to 1.1.0
    * New/updated Processor Support
      + Broadcom Brahmma-B15 CPU
      + Intel Skylake
      + Intel Airmont
      + Intel Xeon D
    * Bug fixes
      + Prevent dropping of samples when the JVM changes memory
      + Better handling of IBM Power JVM generated zero-sized
      + Correct handling of anon_hugepage mmap entries for Java
      + Improved oparchive documentation and man page
      + Fixed compile error when using compile fortification
      + Support IBM Power 8 event code larger than sizeof int
      + Avoid changing POSIXLY_CORRECT environment variable for
      processes monitored by operf and ocount
      + Ensure correct setting of the extra bits (edge, inv, cmask)
      for Intel processors
      + Fix default unit masks for Intel Haswell and Broadwell
      + Correctly initialize operf temporary file header information
  - Cleanup spec file with spec-cleaner
  - Use url for source
  - Drop desktop file since binary it is calling is no longer
    present (at least since version 1.0.0)
  - Update dependencies
* Fri Sep 19 2014
    CHANGES FROM THE PREVIOUS 0.9.9 RELEASE.  See changelog below.
      Drop patch: oprofile-add-support-for-intel-silvermont-processor.patch
      Drop patch: oprofile-compressed-kernel.patch
      Drop patch: oprofile-configure-error-message-for-missing-libpfm-is-not-informative-enough.patch
      Drop patch: oprofile-enable-for-new-ppc64le-architecture.patch
      Drop patch: oprofile-fix-unable-to-open-cpu_type-file-for-reading-for-ibm-power7.patch
      Drop patch: oprofile-make-cpu-type-power8e-equivalent-to-power8.patch
      Major changes:
    - The legacy opcontrol-based profiler has been removed. operf is now the
      only supported interface
    - GUI component (i.e., oprof_start) has been removed.
    - IBS events removed from AMD processors
    - Following architectures have been removed (Alpha [except for EV67 which
      is supported by operf/ocount], avr32, ia64,  IBM Cell,  P.A Semi PA64T)
    - RTV (real time clock) mode has been removed
      Other incompatibilities:
    - Sample data collected with previous releases of OProfile are incompatible
      with release 1.0.
    - ophelp schema: Major version changed for removal of unit mask 'extra'
      attribute and addition of unit mask 'name'.
      New features:
    - Enhance ocount to support millisecond time intervals
    - Obtain kernel symbols from /proc/kallsyms if no vmlinux file specified
    - New Processor Support (Freescale e6500, Freescale e500mc,
      Intel Silvermont, ARMv7 Krait, APM X-Gene (ARMv8),
      Intel Broadwell, ARMv8 Cortex A57, ARMv8 Cortex A53
    - Added little endian support for IBM POWER8
    - Update events for IBM POWER8
    - Added edge-detect events for IBM POWER7
    - Update events for Intel Haswell
    Bug Fixes:
    - opreport schema: Fix count field maxOccurs (changed to 'unbounded')
    - Fix compile error on ppc/uClibc platform: 'AT_BASE_PLATFORM' undeclared'
    - Duplicate event specs passed to ocount show up twice in output
    - Fix operf/ocount default unit mask selection
    - ocount: print the unit mask, kernel and user modes if specified for the
    - ophelp schema is not included in installed files
    - Remove unused 'extra' attribute from ophelp schema
    - opreport from 'operf --callgraph' profile shows false recursive calls
    - Fix handling of default named unit masks longer than 11 chars
    - Print unit mask name where applicable in ophelp XML output
    - Fix profiling of multi-threaded apps when using "--pid" option
    - Fix operf/opreport kernel throttling detection
    - Fix sample attribution problem when using multiple events
    - exclude/include files option doesn't work for opannotate -a
    - Fix behavior and documentation for '--threshold' option
    - Remove hard-coded timeout for JIT dump conversion
    - Update Alpha EV67 CPU support and remove all other Alpha CPU support
    - operf main process improperly killing conversion process
    - Fix up S390 support to work with operf/ocount
    - Link ocount with librt for clock_gettime only when needed
    - Fix 'Invalid argument' running 'opcontrol --start --callgraph=<n>' in
      Timer mode
    - Allow root to remove old jitdump files from /tmp/.oprofile/jitdump
    - Remove opreport warnings for /no-vmlinux, [vdso], [hypervisor_bucket]
      not found
    - Fix event codes for marked architected events (IBM ppc64)
    - Make operf/ocount detect invalid timer mode from opcontrol
    - Reduce overhead of operf waiting for profiled app to end
    - Fix "Unable to open cpu_type file for reading" for IBM POWER7+
    - Allow all native events for IBM POWER8 in POWER7 compat mode
    - Fix spurious "backtraces skipped due to no file mapping" log entries
    - Fix the units for the reported CPU frequency
* Thu Aug 14 2014
  - Add support for Intel Silvermont processor (bnc#891892)
    New patch: oprofile-add-support-for-intel-silvermont-processor.patch



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