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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Linux Kernel Markers 0.2 for Linux 2.6.17
Hi,

* S. P. Prasanna (prasanna@in.ibm.com) wrote:
> I think having so many config options is not a good idea, you can group them
> and reduce the number of config options.
>

Then we would have to determine what the scenarios are. The problem is to cover
all interesting instrumentation mixes efficiently.

I think it could be a good enough list :

Fprobes only
Dynamic + Fprobes (supports dynamic probes and uses fprobes for non probable
code)
Dynamic only
Printk only

Which would be expressed in the following menu :

choice Marker behavior
* Inactive
* Dynamic probes
* Function probes (Fprobes)
* Dynamic probes complemented with Fprobes
* Printk

if selected "Dynamic probes" or "Dynamic probes complemented with Fprobes"
choice2 Dynamic probes behavior
* Kprobes
* Jprobes

Any thoughts ?

Mathieu


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