linux syscall tracer
strace is a diagnostic, debugging and instructional userspace tracer for Linux. It is used to monitor interactions between userspace processes and the Linux kernel, which include system calls, signal deliveries, and changes of process state. The operation of strace is made possible by the kernel feature known as ptrace.
strace is one of the longest running free software projects and started even before Linux started.
strace is an important tool for debugging and tracing deployed on most Linux distributions with a small community of active contributors.
strace 2016 Projects
Yun-Chih ChenMulti-platform continuous tests infrastructureStrace is an essential tool which has been ported to multiple architectures. To confidently ship release, we need to ensure each new commit has been...
Fabien SironNetlink socket parsersNetlink is, basically, an API used to transfer information between kernel and user-space processes. It consists on a standard sockets-based interface...
NaamStrace Fault Injection ProposalFault injection is something that could be really usefull in many ways for developpers and testers. It could be used in test suites context to assert...
LineprinterTruly structured output for straceParsing current strace output is not an ideal solution, because: this is excessively difficult: the output is intended to humans, not robots;...