[lttng-dev] LTTng Support for Mount Namespace
kavousi at u.northwestern.edu
Tue Jan 12 15:30:49 EST 2021
Before, I was installing using the ppa repository. Based on your
instructions, I made lttng using the source code in a totally new
environment, having the mount.h under '/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build/fs'.
I removed the "ifneq" and "endif" statements for 'Makefile' and
'Kbuild.common' which were surrounding "mnt_ns_dep". lttng was installed
successfully and the kernel trace session started, but I'm still getting
the same error.
As a hint, in the build process for lttng-modules, I found messages such as
"./fs/ext4/*.h not found". Is that part of the problem? Meaning, is
enabling the mnt context filesystem-specific?
On Tue, Jan 12, 2021 at 12:51 PM Michael Jeanson <mjeanson at efficios.com>
> On 2021-01-12 12 h 29, Mohammad Kavousi wrote:
> > Thanks again for your reply,
> > To be specific, I did exactly this:
> > - Install linux source code, then copy the mentioned file to the folder
> > using: cp
> > /usr/src/linux-headers-5.4.0-59/fs/mount.h /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build
> The path to the header has to stay the same, so you would need to copy
> it to '/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build/fs'.
> The rest of the steps seem fine.
> One thing you can do if it still doesn't work, is modify 'Makefile' and
> 'Kbuild.common' in the lttng-modules source directory and remove the
> conditions on 'mnt_ns_dep'. That would make the build fail when
> 'fs/mount.h' isn't found and may help you find the cause.
> > - Run sudo dkms autoinstall (I also did reboot)
> > - Create the session and attempt to add the context
> > However, I'm getting the same error.
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