[lttng-dev] Running under Fedora 12

Matthew Khouzam matthew.khouzam at ericsson.com
Wed Jan 11 13:19:05 EST 2012

I haven't tested, but
LTTng 0.x should work, It works on ubuntu 10.04 which uses 2.6.32
LTTng 2.0 would need some more love to work. I think the minimum kernel
is 2.6.36, see the readme

 "So far, it has been tested on vanilla Linux kernels 2.6.38, 2.6.39 and
3.0 (on x86 32/64-bit, and powerpc 32-bit at the moment, build tested on
ARM). It should work fine with newer kernels and other architectures,
but expect build issues with kernels older than 2.6.36. The clock source
currently used is the standard gettimeofday (slower, less scalable and
less precise than the LTTng 0.x clocks). Support for LTTng 0.x clocks
will be added back soon into LTTng 2.0. Please note that lttng-modules
2.0 can build on a Linux kernel patched with the LTTng 0.x patchset, but
the lttng-modules 2.0 replace the lttng-modules 0.x, so both tracers
cannot be installed at the same time for a given kernel version."

Hope this helps.

On 12-01-09 02:20 PM, Miceli, Carlo J. wrote:
> Has anyone run lttng under fedora core 12
> Have trouble trying to figure out what to download for this kernel.
> Can anyone help here ?
> Thanks,
> Carlo
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