Small backtrace tool?

Bloch, Jack Jack.Bloch@icn.siemens.com
Mon Jun 14 13:52:00 GMT 2004


There are tools such as lsstack and pstack which work on running processes,
but nothing which does core dump analysis. Does your tool already work? I
have a requirement for exactly such a tool. Any possibility of getting it?

Jack Bloch 
Siemens ICN
phone                (561) 923-6550
e-mail                jack.bloch@icn.siemens.com


-----Original Message-----
From: gdb-owner@sources.redhat.com
[mailto:gdb-owner@sources.redhat.com]On Behalf Of Ronny L Nilsson
Sent: Monday, June 14, 2004 9:16 AM
To: gdb@sources.redhat.com
Subject: Re: Small backtrace tool?



> Since GDB is quite big on disk and ain't suited for non-interactive
> small-sized embedding I've created a backtracetool of my own. Sized
> to about 12 kb it sure ain't full of features but can parse a Linux
> i386 corefile and show a simplified backtrace. My question is, are
> there any tools available doing this already (besides gdb), or is it
> worth the effort continue my work?


Hi
Regarding this issue I'm woundering if anyone could give me a hint of 
when Linux is using "signal trampolines"? When reading in 
gdb/i386-linux-tdep.c large portion of it handles them but I can't get 
the kernel to generate them. Using a simple signal handler in my 
userspace test-app seems not enough.

regards
/Ronny



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