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SubjectRe: KGTP (Linux Kernel debugger and tracer) 20120224 release(more bug fix)
Great Work !

2012/2/27 Hui Zhu <>:
> KGTP is a realtime and lightweight Linux Kernel debugger and tracer.
> It makes Linux Kernel supply a GDB remote debug interface. Then GDB in
> current machine or remote machine (see
> can
> debug and trace Linux through GDB tracepoint without stopping the
> Linux Kernel. And even if the board doesn't have GDB on it and doesn't
> have interface for remote debug. It can debug the Linux Kernel using
> offline debug (See
> And it can work with Android (See
> Now, it supports X86-32, X86-64, MIPS and ARM.
> Now, KGTP 20120224 release.
> You can get the package for it from
> or
> svn co
> I tried to done an very interesting add-ons(a python script for GDB)
> in this release.  But I found some bugs and fixed them when I tested
> this add-ons.  So I think maybe release a new version for these bug
> fixes is better.
> Please give KGTP some concern, our next version will include this
> interesting add-ons.
> The change of this release is:
> Fix build error with Linux Kernel 3.0.x version. Thanks for report
> from sam.wanshan.
> Make support all special trace state variables.
> Fix the bug that set the id of FID_PAGE_BEGIN inside gtp_rb.
> Change code to ignore the task that read the
> /sys/kernel/debug/gtpframe_pipe in default.  And add special trace
> state variable $pipe_trace to control it.
> Fix error of doc about $ignore_error.
> Add $current_task_pid to access to get_current()->pid.
> Fix bug in gtp_frame_file_header that affect stack when src of
> conditon or action is bigger than 200.
> To get other change info please goto
> According to the comments of Christoph.  I make a patch for Linux
> Kernel and make it looks OK with  I will post the patch
> for review to in a separate mail.
> Thanks,
> Hui
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