[lttng-dev] [RELEASE] LTTng-Tools 2.10.7 - KeKriek

Jérémie Galarneau jeremie.galarneau at efficios.com
Fri May 24 17:27:55 EDT 2019

Hi all,

The seventh bug-fix release of LTTng-Tools 2.10 - KeKriek has just been
released. This release addresses a number of issues listed below.

2019-05-24 lttng-tools 2.10.7 (Asparagus Day)
	* Update base test for binding
	* Fix: python binding: expose domain buffer type
	* Fix: lttng_poll_mod calls compat_(e)poll_add
	* Fix: getgrnam is not MT-Safe, use getgrnam_r
	* Fix: logging: log_add_time() save/restore errno
	* Fix relayd: initialize beacon to -1ULL
	* Fix: relayd: handling of lttng_read errors >= 0
	* Fix tests: NULL pointer dereference in ust channel unit tests
	* Fix tests: NULL pointer dereference in ltt_ust_context unit tests
	* Log the wait-shm's path on shm_open failure
	* Tests: use modprobe to test for the presence of lttng-modules
	* Fix: skip test when ust doesn't have perf support
	* Tests: check for lttng-modules presence
	* Fix: Properly sanitize input parameter
	* Fix tests: link libpause_consumer on liblttng-ctl
	* tap-driver.sh: flush stdout after each test result
	* Fix tests: snapshot size validation failure runs too many test cases
	* Fix tests: the tree origin can be a symlink itself
	* Fix tests: skip test_getcpu_override on single core systems
	* Fix: Add POPT_CFLAGS to lttng_CFLAGS
	* Fix: consumer snapshot: handle unsigned long overflow
	* Fix: wrong error code returned by kernel_snapshot_record()
	* Docs: document the format of the lttng_session path member
	* Fix: check illegal combinations of ctrl-url/data-url/ouput/set-url
	* Remove duplicate check for dlopen
	* Tests: take multiple snapshots in streaming mode
	* Fix: don't destroy the sockets if the snapshot was successful
	* Fix: missing rcu read locking in trigger "unregister all" command
	* Fix: notification thread: RCU-safe reclaim of hash table nodes

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