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SubjectRe: The case for a standard kernel debugger


Yes, we looked at that and it didn't seem to provide the generality we
needed - multipe exits registered per hook, ability to arm a set of hooks
atomically, ability to prioritise dispatching order of a hook exit, MP
complient. I may be wrong but the Linux Trace Toolkit hooks like like they
were specifically designed to cater for inserting static tracepoints into
the kernel.


Richard Moore - RAS Project Lead - Linux Technology Centre (PISC).

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