Questions tagged [truss]

System call and dynamic library function call tracing utility found on a number of Unices like Solaris, AIX, FreeBSD, SCO UnixWare, Tru64.

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truss on Solaris showing FDs closed that aren't opened

I'm confused. One of our DBAs is reporting an issue with LDAP connection errors. I figured I'd start tracing that from truss to see exactly what it's connecting to, but what I'm seeing makes no ...
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Why has cron stopped processing commands? [duplicate]

My Solaris 11 cron appears to have stopped working. Here is the last output of a cron job I run: -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 60 Jul 2 20:30 locked_passwords.txt I setup a test, like this:...
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piping longer strings to tr causes hang and CPU spike

MacOS Yosemite (10.10.5). I know this is the Unix/Linux section...but figure this question probably fits better here than in MacOS land. My terminal started hanging on startup before showing a ...
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Schedule a job to dynamically kill a (truss) process after a minute?

I have been trying to accomplish a simple scheduled task in Solaris 11 with the use of the at command. Example: $> kill $(ps -ef | grep -v grep | grep truss | awk '{print $2}') | at now + 1 ...
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Equivalent of “truss -T” and “truss -U” on Linux?

Is there an equivalent of what the -T and -U option of the truss Solaris utility does on Linux. Those are to specify a system call (-T) or library function (-U) which when called by the traced ...