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Author Marc.Abramowitz
Recipients Garen, Marc.Abramowitz, belopolsky, benjamin.peterson, danchr, dhduvall, dmalcolm, eric.snow, fche, glyph, hazmat, jbaker, jcea, jmcp, laca, lasizoillo, loewis, mjw, movement, neologix, pitrou, pjenvey, rhettinger, robert.kern, ronaldoussoren, scox, serverhorror, sirg3, techtonik, twleung, wsanchez
Date 2012-02-28.19:19:35
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I wanted to post an update on FreeBSD 9.0, which Jesús and I worked on a bit yesterday.

Maybe Jordan will chime in here with an answer to my FreeBSD problems. :-)

With a little bit of Makefile hackery (make it skip building the phelper stuff which was failing with a "useless declaration" error and which is for jstack which might not be supported on FreeBSD), I got Python to build with Jesús's patches.

But I couldn't actually dtrace anything with it.

And then I stepped back and tried to dtrace other programs to see if userland DTrace was working and I ran into all kinds of problems, including killing the traced program and a (reproduceable) kernel panic. Here's a question that I posted about it on the FreeBSD-questions mailing list:

If I can get the FreeBSD DTrace support working without too much effort, then I'll do it, but if it's problematic, then I might skip it and focus on helping Jesús test his stuff on OS X and OpenIndiana.
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