Does "nsys profile -t 'cuda' " automatically include profile -t 'cudnn,cublas'?

Hi, this may be a foolish question but in the document (Nsight Systems User Guide :: Nsight Systems Documentation), it doesn’t say this clearly, or I just couldn’t understand, whether do I have to type "profile -t ‘cudnn,cublas’ each time I run nsys.
It seems the .qdrep looks quite the same when I type
nsys profile xxx
and when I type
nsys profile -t ‘cuda,cublas,cudnn,osrt,nvtx’ xxx
since the default value includes -t ‘cuda’, if they are the same, I won’t bother typing the rest

I am sorry that there was no response to this earlier, your forum post was dropped in an orphaned category that the Nsys team was unaware of until this afternoon.

cudnn and cublas are not automatically traced when cuda is traced. Furthermore we are in the process of changing how we trace the cudaX libraries to make them more efficient. So unfortunately, yeah, you should specify the cudaX libraries.