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Uprobes in 3.5

Uprobes in 3.5

Posted Dec 12, 2012 9:49 UTC (Wed) by andreoli (subscriber, #20174)
In reply to: Uprobes in 3.5 by razb
Parent article: Uprobes in 3.5

Hi,

you might want to try out fulltrace, available at the following address:
https://github.com/andreoli/fulltrace

Fulltrace is a complete program, library and kernel tracer. Given a command, it dynamically finds all functions invoked by it, by any library it uses and by the kernel. It only requires a recent Linux kernel (>=3.5) compiled with ftrace and uprobes support. Note: this is still very experimental (consider it "proof-of-concept" code) and needs a lot of work.
Any suggestion is more than welcome.


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