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Friday, October 25 • 11:40am - 12:30am
Linux Kernel Debug And Profiling Tools - Nicolas Launet, Adeneo Embedded

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Debugging, tracing and profiling are key tasks of any development process, including Linux kernel ones. In this area, the mainline Linux kernel comes with support for several internal events, probe primitives and break/watch functionality. Linux kernel communities provide many tools to use these features, either maintained in the mainline kernel, either available as external modules. Of course, no tool can replace a skilled developer with a good knowledge of the kernel, however that fact does not make tools useless either. In this presentation, Nicolas Launet will review several debugging, tracing and profiling tools freely available for Linux kernel development, expose how they work and discuss their strengths and limitations. The presentation will be illustrated with examples using kgdb, lttng, systemtap, perf and others.

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Nicolas Launet

Embedded Linux Engineer, Adeneo Embedded
Nicolas Launet is an embedded Linux engineer and trainer at Adeneo Embedded. After some experience in video game and security appliance development, Nicolas joined Adeneo in 2007 to focus on Embedded Linux systems. Since then, he has worked as a jack of all trades on several Linux based projects in military, automotive and other industry domains with developments ranging from custom board bring up, toolchain and build system adaptation to... Read More →


Friday October 25, 2013 11:40am - 12:30am
Carrick Suite

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