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From: Mojmir Svoboda (mojmir.svoboda_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-17 03:09:53
> Did anybody of you look at how Solaris TNF framework or DTrace framework
> are implemented? A lot can be accomplished by tricks at link stage, and
> DTrace with UDT provider offers even more (selective filtering and data
> aggregation at run-time) than I could ask of any logging library. And
> that at a negligible cost for disabled log points.
just finished the usenix doc so that i got the picture. wow, i am quite
astonished, i must say. this seems like every developper's dream...
i worked with 5.8 and then quite lost a track. i used truss, strace,
valgrind, purify, etc for achieve part of that goal, but apparently dtrace
is lot more.
> [No, I'm not proposing to reimplement all of DTrace. But what you're
it would be perhaps easier to port it than rewrite, anyway
> describing already exists, so it might be worth looking into how these
> things are implemented. Or, if nothing else, write a logging back-end
> for DTrace and/or TNF.
i'll certainly have a look at it, thanks!
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