List only contexts that apply to a domain
lttng add-context adds a context. There is no way to remove an added context. There is no way to know if the context applies to the domain of the channel.
ex: lttng add-context --kernel --list would return only the contexts that apply to kernel, for example "perf:thread:cs" would not be in that list.
This will enable more intuitive control than the current message of:
Error: perf:thread:cs: Add kernel context failed
Warning: Some command(s) went wrong
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