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[Bug testsuite/5085] print_backtrace() and backtrace() not working in timer.profile probe on 2.6.23-rc8 kernel


------- Additional Comments From mhiramat at redhat dot com  2007-10-03 19:54 -------
(In reply to comment #5)
> I thought I fixed this last week.  Do you have this in testsuite/ChangeLog?
> 2007-09-25  Martin Hunt  <hunt@redhat.com>
> 
>         * systemtap.context/backtrace.tcl: Handle single line timer.profile
>         backtraces.

Thanks to fix that, however, I think that is not related to this issue.
(In my case, I used the latest cvs source code.)

it is hard to get the function name from userspace without debuginfo of the
application. So, I recommend to skip the timer.profile handler in the test if it
is invoked in userspace. I think we can check that by using probefunc().


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