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Email addresskarym at info.polymtl.ca
First Active1999-11-19
Last Active2001-03-26
TraceToolkit-0.9.4.tgz
Posted Mar 26, 2001
Authored by Karim Yaghmour | Site opersys.com

The Linux Trace Toolkit is a Linux kernel patch which records system events in minute detail, and allows a user reconstruct the dynamic behavior of a linux system. LTT fills the gap left by tools such as gprof, strace, ps and many others when attempting to know what is going on with your linux system at every moment by providing it's user with all the information required to reconstruct a system's behavior during a certain period of time.

Changes: Bug fixes and stability enhancments.
tags | kernel
systems | linux, unix
SHA-256 | 1c50d661054f2d5d01006e4704f0010eb1988140f6dcb5d4ae81f7258da56fc9
TracePackage-0.9.3.tgz
Posted Nov 7, 2000
Authored by Karim Yaghmour | Site opersys.com

The Linux Trace Toolkit is a Linux kernel patch which records system events in minute detail, and allows a user reconstruct the dynamic behavior of a linux system. LTT fills the gap left by tools such as gprof, strace, ps and many others when attempting to know what is going on with your linux system at every moment by providing it's user with all the information required to reconstruct a system's behavior during a certain period of time.

Changes: Bug fixes and stability enhancments.
tags | kernel
systems | linux, unix
SHA-256 | 8050a3585ad053bbc1d7a94c8a29d84b34c709779dcce001f46201ce1578a9ed
TracePackage-0.9.2.tgz
Posted May 16, 2000
Authored by Karim Yaghmour | Site opersys.com

Linux Trace Toolkit is a tool used to reconstruct the dynamic behavior of a linux system. LTT fills the gap left by tools such as gprof, strace, ps and many others when attempting to know what is going on with your linux system at every moment by providing it's user with all the information required to reconstruct a system's behavior during a certain period of time. One can know exactly the dynamics of a system. Why do certain synchronization problems occur? What exactly happens to an application when a packet is received for it? Overall, where do all the applications that I use pass their time? Where are the I/O latencies in a given application? etc. Requires kernel patch.

Changes: Display changes to facilitate the display of traces, and the keyboard can now be used to scroll through a trace.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
SHA-256 | 756430cc2e180ac5b079c7c7b3cc0277f537c895a9c68b813c279d0d0e4ebc17
TracePackage-0.9.1.tgz
Posted Mar 28, 2000
Authored by Karim Yaghmour | Site opersys.com

Linux Trace Toolkit is a tool used to reconstruct the dynamic behavior of a linux system. LTT fills the gap left by tools such as gprof, strace, ps and many others when attempting to know what is going on with your linux system at every moment by providing it's user with all the information required to reconstruct a system's behavior during a certain period of time. One can know exactly the dynamics of a system. Why do certain synchronization problems occur? What exactly happens to an application when a packet is received for it? Overall, where do all the applications that I use pass their time? Where are the I/O latencies in a given application? etc. Requires kernel patch.

Changes: Support for very large trace files, bug fixes.
tags | kernel
systems | linux
SHA-256 | 799525b5999c09cba783005f234c45fa766428e288e924adfd97060506437613
TracePackage-0.9.0.tgz
Posted Nov 19, 1999
Authored by Karim Yaghmour | Site opersys.com

Linux Trace Toolkit is a tool used to reconstruct the dynamic behavior of a linux system. LTT fills the gap left by tools such as gprof, strace, ps and many others when attempting to know what is going on with your linux system at every moment by providing it's user with all the information required to reconstruct a system's behavior during a certain period of time. One can know exactly the dynamics of a system. Why do certain synchronization problems occur? What exactly happens to an application when a packet is received for it? Overall, where do all the applications that I use pass their time? Where are the I/O latencies in a given application? etc. Requires kernel patch.

tags | kernel
systems | linux
SHA-256 | 62c058b496848eb4487ce3a762be80f4829bc513c2c92b5356b3d2653e071fd5
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