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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/11] LTTng-core (basic tracing infrastructure) 0.5.108

* Andrew Morton <> wrote:

> What Karim is sharing with us here (yet again) is the real in-field
> experience of real users (ie: not kernel developers).

well, Jes has that experience and Thomas too.

> I mean, on one hand we have people explaining what they think a
> tracing facility should and shouldn't do, and on the other hand we
> have a guy who has been maintaining and shipping exactly that thing to
> (paying!) customers for many years.

so does Thomas and Jes. So what's the point?

i judge LTT by its current code quality, not by its proponents shouting
volume - and that quality is still quite poor at the moment. (and then
there are the conceptual problems too, outlined numerous times) I have
quoted specific example(s) for that in this thread. Furthermore, LTT
does this:

246 files changed, 26207 insertions(+), 71 deletions(-)

and this gives me the shivers, for all the reasons i outlined.

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