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Introducing utrace..

Introducing utrace..

Posted Mar 8, 2007 3:11 UTC (Thu) by pj (subscriber, #4506)
Parent article: Introducing utrace

..the beginning of the open source path to dtrace!

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Introducing utrace..

Posted Mar 8, 2007 3:34 UTC (Thu) by AdHoc (guest, #1115) [Link]

I was going to ask how this compares to dtrace. With proper userspace support, with this eventually allow similar tracing?

Introducing utrace..

Posted Mar 8, 2007 3:49 UTC (Thu) by danpb (subscriber, #4831) [Link]

There is already an open source tool providing many of the DTrace capabilities called SystemTap which was started a couple of years ago by a group of developers from Red Hat, IBM, Intel & Hitachi:

Currently SystemTap is focused on kernelspace probing, via the kprobes capability. This new UTrace infrastructure has potential as a way to let SystemTap probe userspace too. Another project which may be able to make use of UTrace is Frysk, which is a broader userspace debugger / execution analysis tool:

Introducing utrace..

Posted Mar 8, 2007 14:53 UTC (Thu) by zdzichu (subscriber, #17118) [Link]

DTrace is open source since the beginning.

Introducing utrace..

Posted Mar 12, 2007 15:37 UTC (Mon) by drag (subscriber, #31333) [Link]

Yea. And 'FREE software' also, buy the RMS/FSF definition.

Just not GPL-compatable.

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