[lttng-dev] User-space and kernel-space time stamps synchronisation.
mathieu.desnoyers at efficios.com
Tue Feb 7 08:59:58 EST 2012
Did you do this work for lttng and ust 0.x or lttng/lttng-ust 2.0 ?
In both cases, you can send the code as a set of [RFC patch project] to
begin with, and we'll let you know if some changes are needed.
Please follow the Linux kernel patch submission guide lines for
formatting, and send those to lttng-dev at lists.lttng.org, CC'ing the
In terms of mainlining, we'll certainly be interested to integrate your
work into LTTng 2.1 (we plan to keep the monotonic clock for lttng 2.0).
As far as 0.x is concerned, it's been feature-frozen for a while, so if
your patch targets this version, we might have to adapt it to LTTng 2.0.
* Arshad, Adeel (Adeel_Arshad at mentor.com) wrote:
> Hope to find you all in good health. My name is Adeel Arshad. And I am working at Mentor Graphics as a Senior Software Engineer.
> I have worked on User-space and kernel-space time stamps synchronisation for ARM architecture. We like to contribute to Lttng development and hence like to upstream the patch. Please guide me how to proceed further.
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