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    SubjectRe: Instruction Tracing for Linux
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    In article <DC392CA07E5A5746837A411B4CA2B713010D7791@sekhmet.ad.newisys.com>,
    Adnan Khaleel <Adnan.Khaleel@newisys.com> wrote:
    >Thanks for your suggestions. I have been working with Simics, SimNow and
    >Bochs. I've had mixed luck with all of them. Although Simics should be
    >the most promising, I've really had
    >an uphill struggle with it especially when it comes to x86-64. I've been
    >playing around with Bochs and most likely will end up using that but it
    >has its drawbacks as well.
    >
    >Even if I can't trace the kernel, is there anything available for just
    >the user space stuff?

    You might be able to get valgrind or cachegrind to do what you need..

    Mike.

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