I am searching for a tool that allows to trace calls to functions in shared libraries in Linux/ARM. Basically, I want to be able to specify a command line and let this tool produce a record of called library functions and the passed arguments. I imagine some form of function hooking could be used for this.
I am aware of
ltrace, which provides exactly the functionality I require. However,
ltrace does not work for me as it:
- often segfaults when tracing more complex programs.
- is very slow.
I am looking for a more robust alternative. Speed is nice, but not my main concern. Primarily, I would like to have a means of tracing library calls that can analyze any (non-evasive) program.
Sysdig is also not working in ARM, and the port of dtrace is still working in beta only in NetBSD.
Is anyone aware of such a tool in a usable state?