linux syscall tracer
strace is a diagnostic, debugging and instructional userspace utility with a traditional command-line interface for Linux. It is used to monitor and tamper with interactions between 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 2017 Projects
JingPiao Chen"Netlink socket parsers" By Gabriel Laskar and Dmitry V. Levin, 2017Netlink is a network protocol that is used to communicate between the kernel and the userspace. For example, iproute use netlink in order to...
Nikolay MarchukAdvanced syscall filtering syntaxCurrent strace filtering syntax allows to debug simple applications. But it has no support for advanced filtering. For example, it is impossible to...
Edgar KaziakhmedovAdvanced syscall information toolEveryone accepts that strace is one the most useful program for developers. And to make the output more understandable, I want to improve the...
Viktor KrapivenskiyAdvanced syscall tampering and filtering with Lua/LuaJITA support for Lua-scriptable syscall tampering and filtering will be added. It will be possible to inspect syscall arguments (including...