One of the things we talked about at Oracle Openworld, last week, was Dtrace for Oracle Linux. There's not been much information on it yet so I wanted to write up what you need to do to give it a go.
Oracle sembrerebbe intenzionata a trasferire le tecnologie di punta di Solaris all’interno della sua distribuzione Unbreakable Linux: tra le novità annunciate durante l’Oracle OpenWorld, infatti, è stato citato anche un port Linux di Dtrace.
Dtrace è un tracing framework in grado di analizzare in maniera dettagliata il comportamento di qualsiasi tipo di software (kernel incluso); tra i
I wonder if dtrace for linux is just same with dtrace for other OS(Solaris, FreeBSD, OSX).
I'd like to find a tutorial for using this(dtraceforlinux).
I wonder if the tutorial for dtrace for solaris below are right for me.
LinuxPlanet covers the talk of Oracle's Wim Coekaerts at LinuxCon: "In a keynote address here at the Linux Foundation's conference, Coekaerts detailed Oracle's Linux efforts to date and provided some guidance to Linux kernel developers on where the platform should go next.
Oracle Linux 6 Update 5 ships with three sets of kernel packages: Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 2 (2.6.39 for x86); Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 3 (3.8.13 for x86_64); Red Hat Compatible Kernel (2.6.32 for x86 and x86_64).
Another of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) rebuilds has released its version of RHEL 7: Oracle Linux 7 for x86_64 is now available. It does add some features, including DTrace, Ksplice, and Xen. More information can be found in the release notes.
Another of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) rebuilds has released its version of RHEL 7: Oracle Linux 7 for x86_64 is now available.
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