--osrt-backtrace-depth option is not recognized in 2022.4.2.18

nsys profile --help | grep osrt-backtrace-depth shows nothing, and

passing --osrt-backtrace-depth=50 to nsys profile gives unrecognised option '--osrt-backtrace-depth=50'

I run NVIDIA Nsight Systems version 2022.4.2.18-32044700v0, and would expect this to work according to: User Guide :: Nsight Systems Documentation

Do I misunderstand something?

nsys status --environment gives:

Timestamp counter supported: Yes

CPU Profiling Environment Check
Root privilege: disabled
Linux Kernel Paranoid Level = 0
Linux Distribution = Ubuntu
Linux Kernel Version = 5.15.0-56-generic: OK
Linux perf_event_open syscall available: OK
Sampling trigger event available: OK
Intel(c) Last Branch Record support: Available
CPU Profiling Environment (process-tree): OK
CPU Profiling Environment (system-wide): OK

Many thanks!

–osrt-backtrace-depth integer 24 Set the depth for the backtraces collected for OS runtime libraries calls.
–osrt-backtrace-stack-size integer 6144 Set the stack dump size, in bytes, to generate backtraces for OS runtime libraries calls.
–osrt-backtrace-threshold nanoseconds 80000 Set the duration, in nanoseconds, that all OS runtime libraries calls must execute before backtraces are collected.
–osrt-threshold < nanoseconds > 1000 ns Set the duration, in nanoseconds, that Operating System Runtime (osrt) APIs must execute before they are traced. Values much less than 1000 may cause significant overhead and result in extremely large result files. Default is 1000 (1 microsecond). Note: Not available for IBM Power targets.

All of these are modifiers to the osrt option itself.

nsys profile --trace=osrt --osrt-backtrace-depth=50 [application information]

should work.