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Author dmalcolm
Recipients Garen, belopolsky, benjamin.peterson, danchr, dhduvall, dmalcolm, fche, glyph, hazmat, jbaker, jcea, jmcp, laca, lasizoillo, loewis, mjw, movement, neologix, pitrou, rhettinger, robert.kern, ronaldoussoren, scox, serverhorror, sirg3, techtonik, twleung, wsanchez
Date 2012-01-20.04:52:56
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On Fri, 2012-01-20 at 04:46 +0000, Benjamin Peterson wrote:
> Benjamin Peterson <> added the comment:
> As great as a tool it maybe, it's still only available on a minority platform. So I couldn't really try it.

FWIW, the analogous systemtap patch works great on Linux, or, at least
Fedora 13+/RHEL 6 (though beware: not all Linux distributions have
systemtap working properly out of the box, alas).

and though this stalled due to lack of
documentation (I started writing some, but got bogged down in the
differences between the tapsets and the static markers; sorry).

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2012-01-20 04:52:57dmalcolmsetrecipients: + dmalcolm, loewis, rhettinger, jcea, ronaldoussoren, belopolsky, pitrou, wsanchez, movement, techtonik, benjamin.peterson, serverhorror, glyph, laca, twleung, jbaker, robert.kern, sirg3, danchr, dhduvall, mjw, Garen, neologix, lasizoillo, fche, hazmat, jmcp, scox
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