[lttng-dev] Tracing network events in the kernel using lttng

Adel Belkhiri adel.belkhiri at ensi-uma.tn
Fri Aug 12 04:50:10 UTC 2016


I'm, from some time, working on tracing linux kernel using lttng to get
some information about the system' network activities. Tracing bare system
calls (--syscall) didn't give me much information so I realized that i
should first place some static probes in the kernel source files to be able
to trace (mainly) *TCP socket operations* (bind, accept, create, ...).
Running out of time in my project, I wonder if there are *any patch for the
kernel* that place those probes in the right source files.

My linux Kernel version is 3.2.0-4-486 and I'm using Lttng 2.7.

Thank very much you for your help.

Adel Belkhiri
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