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SystemTap 1.0 released

The SystemTap team has announced the release of SystemTap 1.0; SystemTap is a dynamic tracing tool for Linux. Your editor is not sure why this particular release qualifies as 1.0, but there is a lot of new stuff in it, including "experimental support for unprivileged users, cross-compiling for foreign architectures, matching C++ class and namespace scopes, reduced runtime memory consumption, reduced dormant overhead in userspace markers, bug fixes, and more..." See the announcement for more information.
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SystemTap 1.0 released

Posted Sep 23, 2009 10:37 UTC (Wed) by BrucePerens (guest, #2510) [Link]

Can they make a demo video and call it "This is SystemTap" ? :-)

SystemTap 1.0 released

Posted Sep 23, 2009 13:43 UTC (Wed) by obrakmann (subscriber, #38108) [Link]

ITYM "This is S├┐stemTap".



SystemTap 1.0 released

Posted Sep 24, 2009 8:39 UTC (Thu) by nsheed (subscriber, #5151) [Link]

Only if all the dials go up to 11...

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