I know about strace and ltrace, but that only tells me what system calls and library calls a process is executing, respectively. I would like to know exactly what instructions a process is executing. ...
I have two instances of a process running. One of them is "frEAkIng oUT!" and printing errors non stop to STDOUT. I want to kill the broken process but I have to make sure I don't terminate the wrong ...
How can this happen? /volume1/homes/me $ tdtool --list /volume1/homes/me $ tdtool -e 44 Learning device: 44 - Could not connect to the Telldus Service /volume1/homes/me $ tdtool --list Error fetching ...
I want to trace a running multi-threaded process's library calls. As of 5 November 2012, there's only one way to get ltrace to fully support tracing multi-threaded processes: you must check out and ...
I'm debugging a networking project, which involves interacting of 3 programs, ie a server, two different clients. However I find it difficult to start and stop them for debugging. Some methods I have ...
Is there a way to get a core dump (or something similar) for a process without actually killing the processes? I have a multithreaded python process running on an embedded system. And I want to be ...