strace for later systems?

strace for later systems?

Post by Uri Blumenth » Thu, 01 Aug 1996 04:00:00



Hi,
        Not sure it belongs here, but...

        Is there "strace" that's ported to the latest
        [or at least later :-] kernels (and thus *.h
        files, syscalls etc)?

        The only strace I saw was strace-3.0, which
        doesn't even compile... I sorta made it to
        compile by forcing certain functionality
        out, but that's not the way, alas... (:-)

        So, is there "strace" or something similar,
        that can deal with the syscalls of the later
        Linux kernels?

        Thanks!
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strace for later systems?

Post by Thomas Parmel » Fri, 02 Aug 1996 04:00:00


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Quote:>    The only strace I saw was strace-3.0, which

Begin3
Title:          strace system call tracer
Version:        STRACE-3.1
Entered-date:   31MAY96
Description:    strace is a program that traces and decodes system calls
                on SunOS, Linux (i386/m68k/alpha), SysVr4, Solaris2, and Irix5
                platforms.
Keywords:       tool debug syscall trace decode sunos linux svr4 solaris irix



Primary-site:   ftp.std.com /pub/jrs
                173k strace-3.1.tar.gz
Alternate-site: sunsite.unc.edu /pub/Linux/devel/strace
                173k strace-3.1.tar.gz
Copying-policy: BSD
End

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