Loading the system profiler (prfld)
The prfld command initializes, or loads,
the system profiler mechanism.
This process locks dynamically loadable kernel modules
in place without profiling being enabled.
The command has the following format:
This command generates a table, in memory, containing the starting address
of each subroutine as extracted from the kernel.
Note that the pathnames and starting addresses
of the loaded modules are returned from the kernel,
and the symbol list is built by the prfld command.
Typically, /stand/unix and some of the modules in
/etc/conf/mod.d are loaded.
If you are booting a kernel other than /stand/unix,
use /usr/sbin/prfld name-of-kernel.
Enabling and disabling the sampling mechanism (prfstat)
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007